Jay Cutler – High School Football Biography Growing Up in Santa Claus, Indiana, Playing Quarterback

Jay Cutler was born on April, 29, 1983 and long before he was throwing touchdown passes in the National Football League (NFL) he was growing up in a small Indiana town with the endearing name of Santa Claus, Indiana. As a high school student growing up in rural Indiana Jay played football at Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City, Indiana. Both Lincoln City and Santa Claus are located in southern Indiana. Lincoln city is a short five mile drive east on Christmas Blvd. when coming from Santa Claus, Indiana and is where kids in Santa Claus had to go for the nearest high school.

From an early age Jay Cutler showed a lot of promise throwing the football. As a teenager playing for the Heritage Hills Patriots in Lincoln City, Indiana Jay quarterbacked his high school football team to a perfect 15-0 record en route to a state championship victory during his senior season. In fact, over the course of his final two seasons of high school football the prep star led his squad to an impressive 26-1 record as the starting quarterback.

During the perfect season that Cutler quarterbacked as a senior the statistics his team put up where completely gaudy. In the course of rolling up 15 wins the Patriots outscored opponents by an average of over 44 points per game. During the course of the season the team that Jay Cutler was on racked up 746 points while opponents only put up a collective 85 points in 15 games. Those numbers equate to the Heritage Hills High School team that Cutler played for scoring nearly 50 points per game while opposing offenses put up less than 6 points a contest. Those lopsided averages were heavily influenced by a 90-0 win over the Pike Central Chargers from nearby Pike County, Indiana.

A significant contributing factor in the lopsided nature of these match ups is the fact that not only did the Heritage Hills High School team have a future NFL Pro Bowl quarterback under center but also the level of competition was a far cry from what Cutler would have encountered playing against competition in a more densely populated area. To illustrate this point the Pike Central team that the squad led by Cutler so famously pounded by a final score of 90-0 has a total school population of just 672 students. Often times football players with the ability that Cutler had square off against schools in the neighborhood of three or even four times the student population size of Pike Central.

For his efforts at quarterback Jay Cutler received the prized accolade of being named a first-team All-State selection during his senior year of high school. In addition to being a highly toting quarterback the three sport star also earned a first team All-State selection in the sport of basketball as well as an honorable mention All-State nod for his performance as an infielder on the baseball team at his school.

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Tear Gas Chloroacetophenone

Early records reveal that German scientists discovered CN (Chloroacetophenone) about 1870. This is a chemical compound that was first prepared for use in 1877 but was not subsequently used to any great extent. The French were the first to use it successfully in the late 1920s to break up civil disorders in their colonies. It was then adopted practically all over the world for use by law enforcement agencies around 1930. During World War II (1941-45) CN was further developed and it was discovered that micro-pulverized CN (talc-sized particles) produced a longer lasting and greater irritation effect.

In 1923, the United States Government financed the development of chemical agents at Edgewood Arsenal. A great deal of time and expense went into the research of non-lethal irritants that could be successfully used in law enforcement. CN was successfully developed in a form very similar to what we have today in canisters. CN was the active ingredient of Chemical Mace®, an aerosol irritant acquired by many U.S. police agencies in 1965.

CN in its pure form is a white crystalline solid resembling ordinary granulated sugar or salt. Since it is made of solid particles, it must be carried through the air by an agent or expelled in a fine dust. CN has an odor similar to apple blossoms.

CN causes tearing and irritation of the eyes, and a burning sensation on the skin. The primary effect of CN on the eyes is lachrymation (tearing) and photophobia (sensitivity to light). There are certain subjects on which CN will have little effect. CN has little or no effect on animals. Tests reveal that if a dog is tied up where he cannot move freely, he will make very little attempt to get away from CN when it is present or sprayed on him. Any individual who is under the influence of narcotics or alcohol to the extent that he has lost his sense of feeling will not be affected by CN.

Decontamination of CN requires a soda ash solution or alcoholic caustic soda. An individual subjected to CN should be taken out into the fresh air; he should not rub his face or eyes and should immediately proceed to wash his eyes and face. Most soap contains oil and should not be used to wash the area. Oil traps CN in the skin and can cause a severe rash or burn. Affected clothing should be changed.

CN, the active ingredient in Chemical Mace, when applied directly to the skin produces extreme irritation with erythema and vesicles (a small sac or cyst filled with fluid such as a blister). The higher the degree of humidity, the more severe the lesions. In animals and in man, CN behaves as potential allergens on repeated exposures. CN may have two effects: it usually produces irritant dermatitis, but can also sometimes produce a genuine eczema (a disease of the skin attended with itching and secretion).

In subjects exposed to CN sprays, lesions develop in two stages: first, redness and burning sensation on the face. Then, on the following day, there appears an edema (secretion of fluid into cell tissues) with swelling of the eyelids. Oozing rapidly turns to crusts, and in the absence of treatment, infection is the rule. Cure requires as many as 10 to 15 days of treatment. Eczema may also affect those factory workers who become sensitized and develop an allergy. Therefore, CN causes dermatitis and is a sensitizer that may cause very serious allergic reactions upon repeated exposure.

CN as an aerosol, or at higher dosages, may cause more damage to the eyes and skin than either DM or CS (Ortho-chlorobenzalmalononitrile). The American Journal of Ophthalmology report’s findings from a study of 14 eyes enucleated (removing the eye) following injury by CN tear gas weaponry. Five of the eyes were removed shortly after injury, revealing necrosis (death of a cell) of the anterior segment, an intense necrotizing keratitis (death of the tissue of the cornea) of varying degree, and an associated suppurative iridocyclitis (inflammation of the iris). Undoubtedly these changes represented the acute chemical damage of tear gas. The remaining nine eyes were enucleated up to 15 years following injury, and the findings in these chronic cases can be best attributed to the sequelae of neuroparalytic keratopathy (abnormal condition of nerve paralysis resulting in the degeneration of the eye), probably related to the neurotoxic effects of tear gas.

CN has also been implicated as a cancer promoter or co-carcinogen. The tumors observed were benign papillomas of the skin. In these experiments a 1% solution of CN was painted on the skin of mice that had been pretreated with the known carcinogen 9,10-dimethyl-1,2-benzanthracene 1.

Edgewood Arsenal reports that deaths associated with inhalation of CN reveal signs of rales, rhonchi (a coarse rattling noise in the bronchial tubes), dyspnea (difficult or labored breathing), chest pains, and shortness of breath. The pathological lesions were listed as edema, congestion, hemorrhage of lungs, pseudomembrane (falty tissue) formation, and pneumonia. All signs and lesions can be related to damage to the air passages and lungs.

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Premier League: Top Goal Of The Season

Picking out the top goal from several scored in 13 completed game weeks of the ongoing season is as tough as it is subjective.

I have tried our utmost to please everyone – make that almost everyone. We attempted this by picking what we think are the top three goals of the season, thus far, and then ranking them in order to decide which one was best.

So here we go with our top three goals of the season, so far, in descending order:

#3: Torres, for Liverpool against Chelsea, on Sunday, November 7, 2010

How it transpired: Languishing on the points table early in the season amid ownership disputes at Anfield, the Merseysiders needed a shot in the arm and Fernando Torres provided just that in their home game against champions Chelsea played in front of their new owners.

In a first half dominated by the Reds, in the absence of Didier Drogba, in Chelsea’s starting eleven, Dirk Kuyt returning from injury assisted Torres in putting his side ahead, in the 11th minute. With a minute to go to half-time, Torres added his second goal of the match and his seventh in eight games against the Blues. The whole sequence had a ballet-like rhythm: Cole slipping, Meireles grabbing the ball and sweeping it left to Torres, Torres turning in, Ivanovic freezing, the ball oozing past Cech into the net.

#2: Bale, for Tottenham against Stoke, on Saturday, August 21, 2010

How it transpired:Bale gave Spurs an early lead when in the 20th minute he headed the ball in from within six yards. Barely five minutes later, Ricardo Fuller’s six yard strike saw the Potters neutralise the lead.

After another five minutes had transpired, came Gale’s defining moment and arguably his coming of age as a world class player. Fed by Lennon’s clip, Bale let loose an 18-yard left-footed volley from the left of the penalty area that dipped into the top right corner of the net, a masterpiece of technical finesse.

#1: Alex, for Chelsea against Arsenal, on Sunday, October 3, 2010

How it transpired: In a game dominated by Arsenal from the start, the Drogba factor had a telling effect for Chelsea when the Ivorian striker put them ahead in the 40th minute with his 13th goal in as many matches against the Gunners.

Arsene Wenger’s squad continued to dominate ball possession but for all their fine passing, they squandered their opportunities, at goal-mouth. In top-flight football, a one-goal advantage is hard to sustain, but Arsenal’s wasted chances did not help matters, and eventually, Chelsea put the issue beyond doubt, with about five minutes of regulation time to go.

Laurent Koscielny was booked for an unfair challenge on Anelka just outside the Gunners’ area. When Alex was about to take the free-kick, Malouda was flanked by Song and Arshavin at the far end of the Arsenal wall. Even as Alex took his shot, Malouda fell behind Song and Arshavin failed to close the gap, the ball slid through and lodged itself in the far right corner of the net. Simply spectacular.

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Luka Modric – A Croatian Ruling England

The biggest prize in Premier League is of course – winning the Title, but that battle is being fought between the clubs with squillons of riches ( Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea). The next best prize is 4th place which leads to the Champions League. Among the clubs which are competing for such achievement is Tottenham Hotspur and Croatian center midfielder Luka Modric is the driving force behind this team.

The 26-year-old Luka Modric can pass, he can score, he can dribble and fool the opponent with incredible lightness.

Luka Modric was born on 9 September 1985 in the coastal town of Zadar. Growing up in a family of an aircraft technician father and a textile worker mother during the Croatian War of Independence, Luka initially showed his indisputable talent for playing football in hometown club Zadar’s youth team. As a teenager, he caught the attention of most successful Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb, for which he signed in 2002. However, his career began with loan spells at Bosnian club Zrinjski Mostar.

Playing against physically much stronger opponents, 16-year old Luka Modric learned a lot and even managed to earned the honour of Bosnian Player of the Year. Next season he returned to Croatia, again on loan, with Inter Zapresic, helping this club to reach the second place in the league.

Meanwhile, in Dinamo they finally decided to give Modric opportunity he deserved. Over the next three seasons he proved himself as the genuine team’s playmaker. His team won three league titles in a row (2006, 2007 and 2008) and two Croatian Cup wins (2007 and 2008) while Luka himself became Player of the Year 2007. He also earned comparison to legendary Dinamo’s No 10 Robert Prosinecki and Zvonimir Boban.

In March 2006. Luka Modric made his debut for the national team. During the World Cup in Germany the same year, Modric didn’t get much chance to play. However, a few months later Slaven Bilic took a position of a new manager of Croatian national team, which resulted with Luka playing each game from the first minute. Soon after scoring his first international goal, in a friendly match against Italy (0:2), he established his role of irreplaceable central midfielder.

In the EURO 2008 Croatia won matches against Austria, Germany and Poland in the group stage and faced Turkey in quarterfinals. Luka Modric scored a penalty kick against Austria, but unfortunately missed the first penalty in the ensuing penalty shootout against Turkey. However, at the end of the competition, Luka’s overall brilliant playing earned him a place in the UEFA Team of the Tournament.

Just before the EURO 2008 Luka signed his first contract with the Tottenham Hotspur. The initial games in one of the toughest league in the world weren’t easy for a slim and small player (5’8»). Everyone started to doubt his ability to cope with the physical demands of the Premier League.

Luka Modric has seen that before: ‘My whole career, when I was in Croatia, people questioned me, saying I wouldn’t make it, that I wasn’t good enough because I wasn’t big and strong. But you have to understand something about Croatian people. After everything that has happened, after the war, we are stronger, tougher’, he stated in his interview to Daily Mail in May 2011.

Negative comments only made him more eager to prove they were wrong. His big chance came after Harry Redknapp was appointed as a new Spurs manager in October 2008. Modric was given advanced attacking role as a central or left-sided midfielder, the role in which he could gain more confidence and give better performances – which he did.

Luka Modric often showed his strength was in his legs, especially in the meaty calves. Unfortunately, on 29 August 2009, during Spurs’ match against Birmingham City, Modric was injured and the following day it was confirmed that he had broken his leg. Recovery dragged a little bit but it went well at the end so four months later, during the London derby against West Ham United, he was able to score with his healed leg.

The 2010-11 season was much luckier for Luka Modric, as he played 32 Premier League games, scored 3 goals and made the highest average number of passes per game for Spurs. At the end of the season, Modders, as Tottenham Hotspur Fans nicknamed him, was voted Player of the Year. Another recognition came when Premier League Footballer of the Year, Scott Parker (then player of West Ham), declared him the toughest opponent he had faced.

Although Luka seemed happy on White Hart Lane, playing with his Croatian teammates Vedran Corluka and Niko Kranjcar, in the summer of 2011 he shocked the world of football saying he would like to get a transfer to Chelsea. Spurs’ town rival made several bids, the last one allegedly worth 50 million euros, but Tottenham president Daniel Levy rejected them all.

Disappointed Modric reminded him of their ‘gentleman’s agreement’ that Spurs would accept offers from a ‘big club’. Luka even went on a strike, refusing to play few matches, but still – Chelsea was out of reach.

After the transfer window was closed, Luka Modric managed to focus on his playing and scored his first goal of the season in a 4-0 home win against Liverpool, one of the biggest rival for the coveted fourth position.

Harry Redknapp once said: ‘I wouldn’t want to sell him for £100 million, not even for a billion’ but there is a concern in the club that Chelsea will return for Modric in January, offering even more incredible sum of money.

No wonder each club wants to sign the contract with Luka. After all, which team wouldn’t want a player who’s always first to show up on training, delivers stunning performances and lives a quiet family life, without scandals?

Luka Modric married his longtime girlfriend Vanja in May 2010 and only a month later they become parents for the first time. ‘I’m not interested in things away from my family and football. Not a day goes by when I don’t speak to my parents and my two sisters back home and I only ever try to do the best I can on the football pitch’, he said to Daily Mail.

Modric came a long way from a small town boy who admired Brazilian Ronaldo (‘the real Ronaldo’ as he noted) and had a gift for playing football to one of the most praised player of Premier League and respectable Premier League club Tottenham Hotspurs. So is that it? Knowing Luka, his determination and defiance, we can only conclude: no, the best things are yet to follow.

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Alaska – Not Only a Tourist Destination for Summer Vacations

Alaska is blessed with stunning landscapes: snow-clad mountains and beautiful lakes and coastlines. Alaska is a heaven for the adventurous traveler. You will have a lot of offers for outdoor life in Alaska: Kayaking in fjords and lakes, trekking the valleys and mountains, wildlife viewing is inevitable with happy sights of big brown bears, eagles, and the rich marine life with whales and seabirds.

Alaska has been called ‘The Last Frontier’, ‘The Land of the Midnight Sun’, ‘The Great Land’ – all names for good reasons. Alaska is reallyan exotic and wild land – and at the same time offering all needed facilities for the visitor, all year round.

The capital of Alaska, Anchorage, is a natural starting point for your Alaska experience. You will find some up to date information at anchorage.net about the area as a tourist destination.

Anchorage has a rater mild climate in the southern part of the country due to the maritime influence while many parts of Alaska have a continental climate with much bigger differences between winter and summer.

In Anchorage you will find first class hotels as well as lots of other more modest priced hotel accommodations. Or you might like the bed and breakfast offers. Leaving Anchorage you can find very charming resorts and cabins.

As a country with a rather tuff past Alaska is home to a number of interesting resorts revealing past conditions and history, like historic ins, cozy cabins, mountain chalets and lodges, not to mention fishing lodges. Of cause you will also find convenient located motels.

When trekking, biking or driving your car camping is easy on numerous designated campgrounds, and even public use cabins, yurts or just in the beautiful countryside. Remember to bring insect repellant, compass and a good map with you.

The fishing option in Alaska is a chapter of its own. In spectacular environments Alaska is an angler’s dream. The rivers, lakes and the oceans of Alaska are teeming with big runs of Rainbow Trout, Salmon, Arctic Char and huge examples of Halibut are cached of-shore.

It is easy to understand why anglers are traveling from far to catch the sport fishes of Alaska. Alaska holds the world record of King Salmon and is home to five species of Pacific Salmon. What more can you dream about, if you are a dedicated angler? And as mentioned fishing cabins, lodges and resorts are often convenient situated for fishing.

If you are on a tight time schedule fly-in service to unbelievable beautiful streams and lakes are available. Some are offering local guides to facilitate your fishing for Salmon, Char, Pike, Grayling, Whitefish and Sheefish.

As mentioned Alaska isn’t only for summer vacations. Even the middle of the winter is a fine time for visiting Alaska. For example are parts of Alaska excellent for skiing in the winter. A skiing resort might just offer seven hours of daylight for skiing in December but then facilities for night skiing is offered. Because of the northern location the skiing in April will boost a full 16 hors of daylight for skiing.

All in all Alaska is a superb tourist destination that will not disappoint you for your summer vacation as well as for adventurous travels with focus on winter activities or wildlife watching through the year.

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Early Breast Cancer Detection

Most women are familiar with mammography as our «gold standard» for breast cancer screening. However, there are additional tools available that women can add to their arsenal.

One of the most effective tools in breast cancer screening is breast self-exam (BSE). However, BSE works best when women are appropriately trained in the procedure, and then followed-up with annual clinical breast exams (CBE) from their physicians. In a 2000 University of Toronto study, approximately 20,000 women were screened for breast cancer with BSE and annual CBE, and 20,000 were screened with BSE and mammograms. After more than 10 years, the BSE and annual CBE reported 610 cases of invasive breast cancer, and 105 deaths. In the BSE and mammogram group, there were 622 cases of invasive breast cancer and 107 deaths. Without question, the first line of defense against breast cancer begins with diligent BSE.

Other tools that are available to women include the AMAS (anti-malignan antibody screen) test and the NMP Nuclear matrix protein) test. Both these are blood tests that measure a certain protein in the blood that may indicate cancer. The AMAS test has been around for several years while the NMP test has not been available until only recently. Clinical trials continue in this area.

One additional tool that may detect an issue early is digital infrared thermal imaging or DITI. In 1982, the FDA approved thermography as an adjunctive tool for breast cancer screening. DITI measures heat emitted from the body and is accurate to 1/100th of a degree. DITI examines physiology, NOT structure. It is in this capacity that DITI can monitor breast HEALTH over time and alert a patient or physician to a developing problem; possibly before a lump can be seen on X-ray or palpated clinically. There are no test limitations such as breast density. DITI is a non-invasive test that does not emit radiation.

The unique characteristics of cancer allow DITI to detect breast cancer at an earlier stage of growth. As cancer is developing, it builds its own blood supply which is then reflected as increased heat in that particular region of the breast. DITI has a specificity of 83%; which reflects a problem in its early stages of development not late-stage cancer as in mammography. An abnormal thermogram carries a 10-times greater risk for cancer and a persistently abnormal thermogram carries a 22-times greater risk for cancer.

Clinical research studies continue to support thermography’s role as an adjunctive tool in breast cancer screening and the ONLY tool that measures breast health over time. There are now more than 800 publications on over 300,000 women in clinical trials. A recent finding published in the American Journal of Radiology in 2003 showed that thermography has 99% sensitivity in identifying breast cancer with single examinations and limited views. Scientists concluded that a negative thermogram is powerful evidence that cancer is not present.

Thermographic screening is not covered by most insurance companies but is surprisingly affordable for most people. For more information or to find a certified clinic in your area, go to [http://www.proactivehealthonline.com].

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How to Talk to a Woman – Using the "Sonic Rapport" Formula

Dude, listen – if you don’t know how to talk to a woman in such a way that she is totally smitten by you, then you are missing out – a lot! Developing rapport is the biggest thing when it comes to building attraction. But fret not – rapport building techniques are easy to learn – but you must first know what they are in the first place! Read on to discover the «Sonic Rapport» formula and use it to achieve killer results with women fast…

How to Talk to a Woman – Using The «Sonic Rapport» Formula

Component # 1: «The Eyes». As Frank Sinatra once said, it’s all in the eyes, baby. Building rapport hinges on strong eye contact – which gives her the impression of being confident and strong. If you do not hold a steady eye contact with her, then you might be perceived as untruthful – which kills rapport.

If you find it hard to maintain a steady gaze, then look into the area between her eyes just right underneath her forehead. It works just the same.

While you must maintain eye contact, do NOT stare. That’s plain rude.

Component # 2: «The Body». It has been said that up to 90% of all communications is non-verbal. This is true. Your body language has indeed got a lot to do when it comes to building rapport!

The first thing that a woman notices is your body language – they can often make or break you. Sit, stand and walk with a good, confident posture. Practice this in front of a mirror – it helps a lot.

Component # 3: «The Verbage». What this means this that what you SAY will determine whether you are able to build deep emotional connection with a woman or not. I will cut to the chase – the absolute best way to develop rapport is to use hypnosis.

One such hypnosis technique, called fractionation, has been regularly used by expert seducers to build deep rapport with women – and in the end make women fall in love with them in record time! This technique involves making women go through an emotional rollercoaster, and in the process ‘anchor’ their positive states to the seducer. As a result, women feel emotionally connected to the man, and become highly compliant to him. Killer stuff!

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World Cup Goalkeepers – Zeljko Kalac, Australia

Zeljko Kalac is an Australian goalkeeper of Croatian descent who made his international debut in 1992. Since then he has played in over 50 international games, his most celebrated stint being with AC Milan.

Known as the Spider on account of his two meter plus frame and flailing arms, Kalac started his career with Sydney United. He later moved to Leicester in Europe but it was not an eventful sojourn.

A call to Roda JC, a little later, gave Kalac the push he needed. The Dutch side reached the last 16 of the UEFA Cup in 2002, and Kalac moved to Serie A with Perugia. Luck smiled on Kalac when Perugia’s fortunes dipped, and Kalac found himself as the back up keeper to the celebrated Dida in the AC Milan goal.

An ankle injury to Dida brought Kalac into his own. Besides Champions League, Kalac got a chance to play in Coppa Italia. The preparations for World Cup 2006 saw Kalac being summoned to do national duty, as deputy to Mark Schwarzer.

Kalac may not be number one goalkeeper of the Socceroos but he certainly is one of the most experienced goalkeepers in the game. He is also the most reliable, and can be expected to keep most forwards at bay.

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Is Money the Most Important Motivational Factor in Football?

Now, we know that players would literally pay from their own pockets, as Fabregas did, in order to move to big name clubs such as Man Utd, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern (I won’t be including any Italian clubs here as they have been quite horrible as of late). It’s quite understandable as players feel like they have achieved their well-awaited dream, if they move to these clubs. Do they realize that the same move could either tarnish their image or reduce their minutes on the pitch? Real Madrid as a club can be taken as a very good example, because of the high profile players it has attracted in the past years. After the original Galacticos, highly talented players like Michael Owen, Robinho, Arjen Robben, Van der Vaart and Wesley Sneijder have represented the clubs unsuccessfully. All the players mentioned here actually under-performed since their time at previous clubs.

Except for Anelka, Robben and Sneijder, haven’t really seen these players get their pre-Madrid form back yet. Isn’t football about trying to play and perform consistently? Yes, playing in a team like Madrid will enhance your performance, that is if you are on the pitch but what are the chances of making it into the midfield line up of current Madrid or the Manchester City team? Madrid is loaded with superstars like Ozil, Khedira, Xabi Alonso, Kaka, Altintop, Lassana, Di Maria and the latest addition Nuri Sahin (from Borussia). These according to me are all class players especially Nuri Sahin. His performance for Dortmund last year played a huge role in them winning the Bundesliga. What are the chances of him playing consistently with the presence of others around? The same goes for Man City as well. I support the team with all that I have but someone will be disappointed. Milner, De Jong, Nasri, Johnson, Barry, Silva, Toure and Hargreaves. Great for the eye but in terms of sustainability – not so good.

But in the end, who are we to judge or truly understand the motives behind the switch. Maybe it was for the money or maybe it was for the coach they were playing under or may be it was basically for the credibility of the club. Whatever the reason, every year we have the opportunity to see the actual worth of the transfers by the end of the season. At least my man Eto’o came out saying clearly that he was moving to Anzi for the money. Come-on 20 Million Euros per year. 20 Million? I obviously don’t blame Eto’o for accepting the money. For 20 M, I would move to Dagestan and eat a Siberian Yak’s frozen testicles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. His family, grandkids and great grandkids could be well off with that sort of money. However, I blame the prevailing bodies for tolerating that amount to be paid.

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How to Manage National Team in Football Manager FM 2010

Football Manager is a series of football management simulation PC games developed by Sports Interactive (SIGames) and published by Sega. The latest version is Football Manager 2010 (FM 2010).

I have managed various national teams in Football Manager, you can manage one club and one national team concurrently in Football Manager. This is essentially 2 teams management. When I’m playing with Manchester United, I am offered to manage Brazil & England team. When I play in Spanish league as Xerez, I was offered manager position for Italy, Spain, and French. I usually don’t apply for this job. If you are winning many league cups as well as UEFA Champions League, you will be offered any of this national manager position instantly by the FA. The position usually will open after major cup such as World Cup or European Cup every 2-4 years. Most managers will get sack after poor performance in this major cup or the manager will resign by himself.

Managing national team is easy. I usually use generic tactic such as 4-4-2 most of the time or 4-1-2-1-2 variation for defence if needed. One thing to keep in mind is to keep winning when you are managing the national team.

Managing the Brazil team is a challenge, you will need to win almost all the time. Any consecutive draw will force the FA to boot you from the team. I was fired when I drew by playing with Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. If you can stay away from Brazil national team. The FA is just too unreasonable I think.

If possible, try to manage the national team which you have the league selected such as If you are managing English League team, try to manage England. Usually there is more young talent in your league that you play with the exception of Brazil.

I usually don’t select the national team player, I just ask a suggestion from my assistant manager to select the team. This option usually is available from time to time. If not, select the best team by using the game filter such as rating etc.

4-4-2 tactic

I mainly used a 4-4-2 formation with both center back/ defender arrow down, wingers has upward arrow, and 1 fast striker downward arrow. The center back usually have man marking and rarely close down position. One of midfielder is played as defensive midfielder with closing down. Other your back will be out of position whenever the other team counter attack your team. The passing is set to short or mix, wide formation and quick tempo. Offside and counter attack is on.

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