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I considered illustration at school for a long time, yet I didn't care for it without a doubt. My most loved subject at school was the Olympic games. I recall when I was a youngster and I played soccer with my companions. My best memory was when El Salvador, a little Central American nation, qualified at the World Cup in 1982. I did not think "ES" rout Mexico, 6th spot in the FIFA World Championship in 1970.

Somewhere in the range of 1978 and 1989, El Salvador had one of the most exceedingly terrible common wars in the cutting edge history of Latin America. Unfortunately, in excess of 70,000 individuals were murdered by hostile to socialist tyrannies and Marxist revolutionaries.

Absolutely, I was a major aficionado of Salvadoran soccer. I once stated: "ES ganarà el Mundial ( El Salvador will win the FIFA Soccer World 1982..!). However, the main thing that I obviously recall is that Hungary beat El Salvador 10-1 in the World Cup in Spain...Good Bye ES...!

In the same way as other individuals, I feel that soccer is "enthusiasm" on the planet since 1910. Whenever Cameroon, ex-French settlement in Africa, won its first gold award at the XXVII Summer Olympics Games in Australia (2000)...Yaoundè, the capital city of Cameroon, was a festival for days. Cameroon was the second African nation to win the gold Olympic...

Shockingly, Liberia was the bad dream of the Third World...From 1980 to 2005, in excess of 180,000 individuals were murdered by fascisms and AIDS...Currently, destitution is a plague...It's per capita payment of $ 80 a year is one of the most exceedingly terrible in World History. A huge number of Liberian individuals fled the nation. Like neighboring Sierra Leone, the African nation has one of the most astounding numbers of vagrants in Africa in connection to its populace.

Luckily, Liberia is home to George Manneh Oppong Ousman Weah, one of the World's most renowned and magnetic players. In 1995 the FIFA chose George Weah as the best footballer of the Year. Certainly, he turned into a "World Star" in the 1990s. Like Iman (previous super-display from Somalia) and Dikembe Mutombo (b-ball player from the Democratic Republic of Congo), George Weah is a symbol in the African mainland. From that point forward, he made an extraordinary commitment to Liberian human advancement. As of now, George Weah is UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.

He was national group skipper for a long time, yet his nation did not qualify for the FIFA Football World. Incidentally, Liberia was not a standout amongst the best groups of Africa in the Twentieth Century.

In 1994 Bolivia's capability for the finals was one of the astonishments in the Third World game. Under the initiative of Marco Etcheverry, Bolivia beat Brazil 2-0 in the Pre-World Cup in La Paz, Bolivia's capital. I recollect that Etcheverry, best known for his moniker "El Diablo", was the symbol of a huge number of Bolivians. It was one of the best wearing crossroads in Bolivian history since 1978. Around then, Bolivia, under the administrations of Guadalupe Yañez, fit the bill for the FIBA Women's World Championship in Seoul, South Korea's capital.

As I would like to think, the FIFA World Championship is a world without boondocks. Ferenc Puskas was conceived in April 1926, in Budapest, Hungary made his presentation in the benevolent against Austria at the period of just fifteen...In the previous Century, Puskas spoke to both Hungary, a previous socialist State, and Spain. At the time, Santamaria played for Uruguay and Spain. Customarily American players have Latin American and African roots: Hugo Perez (El Salvador), Tab Ramos (Uruguay), Claudio Reyna (Argentina), Josmer Altidore (Haiti) and Freddy Addu (Ghana).

Today Gerald Asamoah was conceived in Accra (Ghana), is a standout amongst the best footballers in Germany right now. While Alex (Alessandro) Santos, was conceived in Brazil, is a Japanese player. Santos played ordinarily for Japan, including appearances at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

Actually, I imagine that this Century will be a time of "Sports Miracles" in the Third World. Cote D'Ivoire, best known as Ivory Coast, met all requirements for the FIFA Soccer World 2006...Angola made its introduction in Germany...Trinidad-Tobago made its presentation in the World Cup...Paraguay won the silver award in football in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens.


1930: FIFA World Cup in Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay, a standout amongst the most improvement nations in the 1930s.The last ranking:1-Uruguay,2-Argentina, 3-Yugoslavia,4-USA,5-Chile, 6-Brazil,7-France,8-Paraguay,9-Romania, 10-Peru, 11-Belgium, 12-Bolivia, 13-Mexico.

1934: World Cup in Rome. Uruguay did not take part. The last ranking:1-Italy, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Austria, Spain, Hungary, Sweden, Switzerland, Romania, Argentina, France, Holland, Brazil, Egypt, Belgium, and the United States.

1938: World Cup in France.The last ranking:1-Italy, Hungary, Brazil, Sweden, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, Cuba, France, Romania, Germany, Norway, Poland, Belgium, Holland, Netherlands Indies.

1950: FIFA World Cup in Brazil. In Rio, the host lost the last 2-1 to Uruguay. Brazil was the enormous top pick... Uruguay had its second World Cup!

1954: World Cup in Switzerland.The last ranking:1-West Germany, Hungary, Austria, Uruguay, Switzerland, Brazil, England, Yugoslavia, France, Italy, Turkey, Belgium, Mexico, Czechoslovakia, Scotland, Korea.

1958: World Cup in Sweden...The last ranking:1-Brazil, Sweden, France, West Germany, Wales, USSR, Northern Ireland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, England, Paraguay,

Argentina, Scotland, Austria and Mexico.

1962: World Cup in Santiago de Chile...Certainly, the general population of Brazil produce the World's best espresso, yet in addition the best soccer...The last ranking:1-Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Chile, Yugoslavia, Hungary, West Germany, USSR, England, Italy, Argentina, Mexico, Spain, Uruguay, Colombia, Bulgaria, and Switzerland.

1966: World Cup in London, UK...The last positioning: 1-England,

West Germany, Portugal, USSR, Argentina, Hungary, Uruguay, North Korea, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Brazil...

1970: Brazil won the FIFA World Cup on June 27th in Mexico City. The last positioning: Brazil, Italy, West Germany, Uruguay, USSR, Mexico, Peru, England, Sweden, Belgium, Romania, Israel, Bulgaria, Morocco, Czechoslovakia, and ES.

1974: World Cup in West Germany...After Zaire, the present Democratic Republic of Congo, met all requirements for the FIFA World Championship, a lawful occasion was proclaimed by Mobutu Sésé Seko Kuku Ngbendu Wa Zan Banga, domineering leader of the African country......Haitian footballers at times utilize the language "creole" amid recreations to confound rivals... Brazil and Germany were the undeniable favorites. The last ranking:1-West Germany, Holland, Poland, Brazil, Sweden, Argentina, East Germany, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Italy, Scotland, Australia, Chile, Uruguay, Haiti, and Zaire.

1978: World Cup in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The last ranking:1-Argentina, Holland, Brazil, Italy, West Germany, Poland, Austria, Peru, Tunisia, Spain, Scotland, France, Sweden, Iran, Hungary, and Mexico.

1982: For the first time, there were 24 groups. FIFA World Cup in Spain. Italy won the trophy. The positioning final:1-Italy, West Germany, Poland, France, Brazil, England, USSR, Austria, Northern Ireland, Belgium, Argentina, Spain, Algeria, Hungary. Scotland, Yugoslavia, Cameroon, Honduras, Czechoslovakia, Peru, Kuwait, Chile, New Zealand, ES.

1986: World Cup in Mexico. The last ranking:1-Argentina, West Germany, France, Belgium, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, England, Denmark, USSR, Morocco, Italy, Paraguay, Poland, Bulgaria, Uruguay, Portugal, Hungary, Scotland, South Korea, Northern Ireland, Algeria, Irak, and Canada.

1990: World Cup In Italy.The last ranking:1-West Germany, Argentina, Italy, England, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Ireland, Cameroon, Netherlands, Brazil, Belgium, Spain, Romania, Colombia, Uruguay, CR, Egypt, Austria, Scotland, USSR, Sweden, South Korea, USA, and the United Arab Emirates.

1994: World Cup in the United States. The last ranking:1-Brazil, Italy, Sweden, Bulgaria, Germany, Romania, Netherlands, Spain, Nigeria, Argentina, Belgium, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, USA, Switzerland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Colombia, South Korea, Bolivia, Cameroon, Morocco, and Greece.

1998: World Cup in Paris. The last ranking:1-France,Brazil,Croatia, Netherlands, Argentina,Italy, Germany, Denmark, England, Yugoslavia,Romania,Nigeria, Mexico, Paraguay, Norway, Chile, Spain, Morocco, Belgium, Iran, Colombia, Jamaica, Austria, South Africa, Cameroon, Tunisia, Scotland, Saudi Arabia, Bulgaria, South Korea, Japan and the United States.

2002: World Cup in Japan and South Korea...1-Brazil, 2-Germany, 3-Turkey,4-South Korea...SKorea has a standout amongst the best wearing framework on the planet...

2006: World Cup in Germany...1-Italy, 2-France,3-Germany,4-Portugal...


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ALEJANDRO GUEVARA ONOFRE: I am an author about Third World issues (human rights, memoirs, culture, history, Olympic games, majority rule government, ladies' rights).My leisure activities and premiums are composing articles, setting off to the rec center, perusing the Internet, Foreign Politics, finding out about societies, perusing (my most loved essayist is Juan Gasparini from Argentina), cooking Peruvian nourishment, tuning in to American and British Music (my most loved artist is Barry White). My own adage is "what's to come in for those individuals who put stock in the excellence they had always wanted" by Eleanor Roosevelt...My legends are Frida Kahlo (Mexican painter), Mpule Kwelagobe (ex-Miss Universe and right now Anti-AIDS dissident), Bono, Dian Fossey, Jimmy Carter, Oprah Winfrey, Hernando de Soto, Javier Perez de Cuellar, and Ma

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