Football is one of the main targets for the modern media. Professional and national football teams and its players become objects of worship of thousands and millions people worldwide. Journalists present at every match across the country and all over the world. Audience may follow not only football matches, but training and everyday life of footballers, coaches, football managers and even football therapists. The chances of any story or incident being missed are slim in such media coverage.
Unceasing Rivalry Competition for the same objective or superiority in the same field is called rivalry, but I think there a lot more when it comes to it. Rivalry is passion, competition, a fight. Example for a huge rivalry is the fans of the football club “Pobeda” from Prilep (Majmuni) and the fans of “Pelister” from Bitola (Chkembari). It is the Pelagionija Derby when you forget about everything in your life and you want to show up on stadium, when the biggest football derby in Macedonia is played. It is a clash of clans, both on the field, and on the stands.
A sporting example of extrinsic motivation is Wayne Rooney; Wayne is one of the planets best known footballers and with this status comes a lot of money and fame. Wayne is sponsored by many internationally recognized brands such as Nike, Lucozade, Coca-Cola Zero and Power Ade. He also plays for the most prestigious club in the football world Manchester United which brings him a lot of media coverage and fame around the world. Recently Wayne was caught in a debate with Manchester United over his weekly wages which saw a massive increase to his previous wage which shows that he is motivated by the money which is extrinsic motivation. The major extrinsically motivated motive is fame, being in the eye of millions of people will leave great fame
Real Madrid fans, Manchester United fans, football fans, other athletes and of course, girls in Hong Kong – idolize this man. Many girls watch football only to see him play. Of course, there are boys too. But behind the scenes, not everybody knows how much hardship he had gone through for football. “Football is my life, my great passion, my pleasure.” In his autobiography Moments, Ronaldo says he cannot imagine his life without football.
A Modern Day Imperial Power Presently, the presence of injustice, disorder, and poverty are all problems demanding a need for an active imperial power to solve them. Throughout the past two centuries, America has emerged as a capable modern day imperial power. As an imperial power, America has the ability to spread its economic, cultural and military influence internationally, majority of which benefits foreign nations. Likewise, imperialism is a widespread concept amongst existing and rising imperial powers due to the beneficial impacts it has on everyone—for example, economical, political, military, growth and cultural benefits. America’s ascent in strength and power was driven and motivated this imperialistic interest for everyone, having grown to become one of the most strongest forces in the world, it is a moral responsibility for America to aid less fortunate nations and people.
I have always been interested in sports and extracurricular. Sports are very popular in todayś society. Most people believe that sports affect people 's lives good and bad. Do you believe it affects more people or harms more people? Do you believe sports have a huge effect on kids today?
I mean why would that person even have a firework on them? Getting past security? I don’t understand but I guess that is okay sometimes. My dad was once a professional soccer player, so he knows a lot about crowd interaction. He calls soccer the beautiful sport mainly because it really is but somewhat because the crowd is always involved in cheering on the team.
"Thousands cheering the synchrony from their seats or sofas can really make you feel like a part of something" (NFL). This "something" is a community, a widespread belief that the collective support and appreciation for national football is such a unitary force that divisions between anything other than favorite teams cease to hold any influence. Viewers in the stadium, in a restaurant, or on the street, are provided a medium through which they have a sense of togetherness and camaraderie. Fans want to see their team succeed, and the sport provides a healthy bucket within which viewers can pour their support and wants, all to see victory at the highest of echelons. Football also represents and acts as a reliable distraction from the problems faced by millions of Americans in their daily lives.
Claudio Marchisio- The dying breed of devoted warriors in Football. “I’ve been a Juventino since I was little and I’m realising my boyhood dream every day by playing for these colours.’’ is what Claudio Marchisio said about his long life as a Juventus player and his pride at representing his home-town club can be truly felt in these words, as this leader on the pitch for Juventus is a hardcore fan off it as well which makes his love affair with the club ever so sweet and his rise goes hand in hand with the club’s rise as both evolved into dominating powers through sheer passion and hard-work and worked together to regain The Old Lady to her rightful throne. Marchisio joined Juventus at the tender age of 7 in their youth team which has
Hawk eye is known for its reliability and for being so accurate. Hawk eye is good for the fans because it engages and involves tv viewers, bringing up special facts and statistical features to help the viewers assist their coverage of the game being played. Ball tracking is the most progressive tool to officiate in cricket, it was first used in 2001 and from that it is used in many sports and with that it helps the decision for the fans with the statistics shown being a fact. For example, in football they use goal line technology but before the introduction to the goal line technology in matches there were many controversies such as the Frank Lampard being the most notable one in the World Cup of 2010. Frank Lampard, had a goal wrongly disallowed where the replay was showed the ball bounced beyond the line, but the referees never gave the goal.