Connection between Football and Money

Football + Politics,Bribe=???

“Money, its a gas. Grab that cash with the both hand and make a stash, New car, caviar, star daydream. Think Ill buy me a football team”
This word is from Punk Floyd, who are England Rock Band formed in London.
If you are successfully in your dairy-life and have a long-period job, plenty amount of prosperity, you are allowed to do no matter what you want, even own your football team…but do not use a dirty money and violent political power for connecting wit any sports…

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Where? When? Who?

it is everywhere in any sports,whether or not you like it. Its in the jersey, in the stadiums, in the heads of players, in the heads of managers,it can be on the hands of owner. If Football is religious, football is God. Almost everyday, a plenty of money is moving between the people who are considering football as just making a money.While money is involved in any aspects of game, there are a few specific area where influence is especially strong: in the stadium naming rights, sponsorship deals etc…
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Lots of player, team coaches, owner, sponsor corporations and political officers…

What exactly happened to Football?

There are so many examples of the connections between football and political issues, especially in terms of bribe.
This below video clips shows the Chine Referee pleads guilty of fixing a friendly for the British Premier league—Manchester United that won 6 to 0 in Macau back in 2007. At least60 Chinese national soccer players, referees, coaches, and other Chinese officials appeared in court this week. They were prosecuted for match-fixing and gambling scandals. Just click it the clip…

Who are responsible for that issues…No one pretend to be “I am Pure”…Who believe it?…


Many other examples here…If you are interested in these serious issues and will think about future situation in football carefully, please jump to the below links and try to prevent FOOTBALL from illegal acts!!




World Cup 2014

A look back at Brazil’s World Cup 2014

And so, the 2014 World Cup in Brazil came and went. As the most watched sporting event in the world, with over one billion people watching, it’s safe to assume that most people are glued to their TV screens rooting for their favourite World Cup football team as they battle it out in Brazil, and shattered the enemy’s dream.





Well the World Cup was fun. After a month of fierce competition, it all came down to Mario Götze’s brilliant winning goal as Germany claimed a fourth World Cup crown in Rio. But with the dust now beginning to gather on the memories of Brazil 2014, let’s have a look back at the 2014 World Cup.

With Germany taking the glory and golden prize, and left a nightmare that should be forgotten for the hometown team. The World Cup just ended but people already wanted another. The next World Cup will be held in Russia in 2018.

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The final wasn’t the most tweeted event of the 2014 tournament: that title went to Germany’s demolition of Brazil in its semi-final, which ended up being the most tweeted sporting event in history.



Are you one of these football fans? If so, check out these 25 interesting facts about the World Cup that you probably did not know.


The Asian Football Confederation

The Asian Football Confederation

Asian Football Confederation


The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is the governing body of association in Asia. It has 47 member countries, mostly located on the Asian continent. It has 47 member countries, mostly located on the Asian continent. All the transcontinental countries with territory in both Europe and Asia are members of UEFA. Australia, Oceania Island and Guam also have joined a member of AFC since 2006.

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2009 In Japan Gamba Osaka(Japan)
2010 In Australia Seongnam iihwa Chunma (Korea)
2011 In Uzbekistan Al-Shabab (Saudi Arabia)
2012 In South Korea Ulsan-Hyundai (Korea)
2013 In China guanzhou Evergrande (China)

2014 results so far

Al-Hial (Saudi Arabia) vs Al-Sadd

Al-Ain (UAE) vs Al-Ittihad (Saudi Arabia)
Phohang-Steelers (Korea) vs FC Soul (Korea)
Western Sydney Wanderers (AUS) vs Guanzhou Evergrande (China)

You can see any results so far from here schedules in 2014

Are you interested in the AFC and any football competitions? If so, just click the belows then Enjoy !!Best Goals in 2013 Full Match



2018 PyeongChang Olympic

Sports Culture

The Logo and the Emblem for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic game

The idea of the logo of the ‘2018 PyeongChang Olympic game’ was inspired by the ‘Characters of Korean language’.
That is, the Korean symbol ‘ㅍ’ is associated with the Roman letter ‘2’.

The basic element of ‘2(two)’ is ‘Partner’.

The basic elements to achieve ‘Friendship’, ‘Love’, ‘Harmony’ and ‘Unity’ is to communicate with two people, two organizations,
two ideas and two cultures from the East and West, plan for good, make decision together, play sports together and make history.


The Values of the Olympic game are ‘Excellence’, ‘Friendship’ and ‘Respect’.

The ‘Two’ for 2018 PyeongChang Olympic game is
PyeongChang with IOC,
PyeongChang with IFs,
PyeongChang with NOCs,
PyeongChang with the government,
PyeongChang with TV media,
PyeongChang with Culture,
PyeongChang with IPC,
PyeongChang with the Republic of Korea,
PyeongChang with Asia,
PyeongChang with Global,
PyeongChang Olympics successful lofty mission of motivating, inspiring, and encouraging all athlets to make history in the ‘New Horizon’.

A square where the earth meets the sky, and where athletes excel in snow or on ice –
that’s where everyone will celebrate the world’s biggest winter festival in 2018.

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Emblem symbolizes the harmony of snow and ice, winter sports stars (athletes) and people from around
the world that come together in PyeongChang, in a world open to everyone where the earth meets the sky.
The symbol ‘


‘represents the first consonant of the first syllable of PyeongChang in the Korean alphabet, Hangul, and expresses the
harmony of Heaven, Earth and Man. It also symbolises the open square where the celebration of athletes and winter sports will take place.
The symbol ‘


‘is created based on the first consonant of the second syllable of Pye- ongChang in Hangul, and represents snow, ice,
and winter sports stars (athletes).
The colors of the Emblem are based on the motif of the Olympic Rings and Korea’s five cardinal colors.