Mesut Özil

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  • 'Negativity Is The Enemy Of Creativity'

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    the comments and pictures of tof people on Instagram, I noticed that people in this generation are more critical of other people than generations in years past. Two people in particular, who have been on the receiving end, are Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil- two professional soccer players who play in London for Arsenal FC. Lately their team has not been playing very well or getting good results in their games; it’s evident in the pictures and captions, or lack of captions, that they post on Instagram

  • International Break Essay

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    his bestie Antoine Griezmann to join Arsenal. After I finish typing this, I’m chatting to my bestie Doris Stokes to see if she can persuade Johan Cruyff that it isn’t too late for a comeback. If Ferenc Puskas comes as well, we’ve got the Alexis and Özil situation covered. The pair ‘feature’ in the loopy stories of the day. Arsenal are, it says here, “eyeing a swap deal” where Alexis goes to PSG and Yoolian comes the other way. PSG’s strained FFP troubles are sure to be soothed by paying the Chilean

  • Premier League Essay

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    He has dynamic pace that should cause Premier League back lines a lot of trouble, and expect to find him on the receiving end of plenty of deep balls from Özil. On top of his pace, he has a booming right foot and can score from distance. The competition in the French league isn’t at the level of the EPL, so there will be doubters. But Lacazette is a great signing and addition for Arsenal. Bernardo Silva

  • Pro Athletes Role Models

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    A role model, as described by Google is “a person looked to by others as an example to be imitated” (hello read me and find a god damn source!!!). Charles Barkley, a professional basketball player, said in a popular Nike ad, “I’m not a role model. Just because I dunk a basketball doesn’t mean I should raise your kids” (Don’t forget bout me u dipwad!!!). This sparked the debate; “Should pro athletes be role models?” Children need a true hero to look up to, and these athletes satisfy that need. These

  • Discuss The Impact Of Globalization On American Football

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    is still true today, but the team that won the country’s first World Cup and the team that won their most recent 2014 World Cup could not be more different. That squad boasted an impressive selection of foreign heritage players. Among them were Mesut Özil (Turkey), Jérôme Boateng (Ghana), Lukas Podolski and Miroslav Klose (Poland), Shkodran Mustafi (Albania), and Sami Khedira (Tunisia). The demographic changes in Germany that have been happening for a while have finally achieved representation at

  • What Is The Real Madrid Essay

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    Real Madrid is perhaps the most famous football club not only in Europe but also throughout the world. This team has its fans even in the most distant points of the Earth. The team has a record the most league titles in Spain, whereas the club has the biggest financial budget in the world. March 6, 1902, the two brothers Palacios, Pedrosa and Julián founded the football club Madrid, and after eighteen years the Spanish King Alfonso XIII awarded the capital team Sociedad with the royal title “Real”

  • Life of Cristiano Ronaldo

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    Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro,[2] OIH, (born 5 February 1985),[3] commonly known as Cristiano Ronaldo, is a Portuguesefootballer who plays as a forward for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and who serves as captain of the Portuguese national team. Ronaldo became the most expensive footballer in history after moving from Manchester United to Real Madrid in a transfer worth £80 million (€93.9 million/$131.6 million). In addition, his contract with Real Madrid, in which he is paid €12 million