Him. Him.Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior (Portuguese pronunciation: [nejˈmaɾ dɐ ˈsiɫvɐ sɐ̃tus ˈʒunioɾ]; born 5 February 1992), commonly known as Neymar, is a Brazilian footballer who plays in the Brasileirão Série A for Santos and the Brazilian national team, mainly as a forward. In 2012, SportsPro magazine rated Neymar as the most marketable athlete in the world.[2] Neymar was also rated #13 in The Guardian’s ‘Football 100’ for 2012.[3] At the age of 19, Neymar won the 2011 South American Footballer of the Year award, after coming third in 2010.[4] He followed this up by winning it again in 2012. In 2011 Neymar received nominations for the FIFA Ballon d’Or, where he came 10th, and the FIFA Puskás Award, which he won.[5] He is known for his acceleration, speed, dribbling and finishing. His playing style has earned him critical acclaim, with fans, media and former players drawing comparisons to Argentine forward Lionel Messi and former Brazil player Pelé, who has called Neymar “an excellent player”.[6] Neymar joined Santos in 2003 and, after rising through the ranks, was promoted to their first team squad. He made his debut for Santos in 2009, and was voted the Best Young Player of the 2009 Campeonato Paulista. Further honours followed, with Neymar being voted best player as Santos won the 2010 Campeonato Paulista, and also being top scorer in the 2010 Copa do Brasil with 11 goals. He finished the 2010 season with 42 goals in 60 games as his club achieved the Double. Neymar was again voted best player of the year in 2011 as his side retained the state title and Santos also winning the 2011 Copa Libertadores in which Neymar scored 6 goals in 13 appearances. He also played a key role in securing a Continental Double for his team, Santos’ first since 1963. He received the Bronze Ball in the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup, with Santos making it to the final, where they were defeated by FC Barcelona, 4–0.[7][8] Neymar is a Brazilian international, having represented Brazil at Under-17, Under-20 and senior levels. On 10 August 2010, at the age of 18, he made his debut for the Seleção in a friendly match against the United States; he scored from a header in the 28th minute, contributing to Brazil’s 2–0 win. He was the top scorer of the 2011 South American Youth Championship with nine goals, including two in the final, in the 6-0 win against Uruguay, helping Brazil to win their 11th title in this competition.

Him. Him.Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior (Portuguese pronunciation: [nejˈmaɾ dɐ ˈsiɫvɐ sɐ̃tus ˈʒunioɾ]; born 5 February 1992), commonly known as Neymar, is a Brazilian footballer who plays in the Brasileirão Série A for Santos and the Brazilian national team, mainly as a forward. In 2012, SportsPro magazine rated Neymar as the most marketable athlete in the world.[2] Neymar was also rated #13 in The Guardian’s ‘Football 100’ for 2012.[3]
At the age of 19, Neymar won the 2011 South American Footballer of the Year award, after coming third in 2010.[4] He followed this up by winning it again in 2012. In 2011 Neymar received nominations for the FIFA Ballon d’Or, where he came 10th, and the FIFA Puskás Award, which he won.[5] He is known for his acceleration, speed, dribbling and finishing. His playing style has earned him critical acclaim, with fans, media and former players drawing comparisons to Argentine forward Lionel Messi and former Brazil player Pelé, who has called Neymar “an excellent player”.[6]
Neymar joined Santos in 2003 and, after rising through the ranks, was promoted to their first team squad. He made his debut for Santos in 2009, and was voted the Best Young Player of the 2009 Campeonato Paulista. Further honours followed, with Neymar being voted best player as Santos won the 2010 Campeonato Paulista, and also being top scorer in the 2010 Copa do Brasil with 11 goals. He finished the 2010 season with 42 goals in 60 games as his club achieved the Double. Neymar was again voted best player of the year in 2011 as his side retained the state title and Santos also winning the 2011 Copa Libertadores in which Neymar scored 6 goals in 13 appearances. He also played a key role in securing a Continental Double for his team, Santos’ first since 1963. He received the Bronze Ball in the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup, with Santos making it to the final, where they were defeated by FC Barcelona, 4–0.[7][8]
Neymar is a Brazilian international, having represented Brazil at Under-17, Under-20 and senior levels. On 10 August 2010, at the age of 18, he made his debut for the Seleção in a friendly match against the United States; he scored from a header in the 28th minute, contributing to Brazil’s 2–0 win. He was the top scorer of the 2011 South American Youth Championship with nine goals, including two in the final, in the 6-0 win against Uruguay, helping Brazil to win their 11th title in this competition.

Five things we learned from Swansea versus Manchester United 1. Vidic looked shaky on return but will improve. 2. United need better productivity from their wingers. 3. United could rue missed opportunities. 4. Carrick was by far United’s best performer. 5. Swansea need to address their ste-piece problems

Five things we learned from Swansea versus Manchester United

1. Vidic looked shaky on return but will improve.

2. United need better productivity from their wingers.

3. United could rue missed opportunities.

4. Carrick was by far United’s best performer.

5. Swansea need to address their ste-piece problems

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Demikian komen ringkas kapten The Red Warriors, Mohd. Badhri Radzi ketika diajukan soalan mengenai sama ada dia menyimpan hasrat untuk menyarung jersi Harimau Malaya. Badhri atau lebih dikenali sebagai Piya bagaimana pun mengambil pendekatan untuk tidak memberikan komen lanjut dan menyerahkan kepada mereka berkenaan untuk menilai sama ada dia layak untuk membarisi skuad negara. Jika dilihat jawapan yang diberikan oleh ketua pasukan Kelantan itu, jelas terdapat seolah-olah satu rahsia yang cuba dipendam tanpa memberikan sebarang sebab utama mengapa dia berkata demikian. Namun, daripada air muka yang ditunjukkan, jauh tersimpan di lubuk hati anak kelahiran Kampung Atas Paloh, untuk menyarung jersi Harimau Malaya di pentas antarabangsa. Bagaimanapun, impian tersebut tidak kesampaian apabila dia yang mempamerkan aksi menakjubkan ketika membantu The Red Warriors menjulang tiga piala musim ini iaitu Liga Super, Piala FA dan Malaysia masih tidak mampu menambat hati pengendali Harimau Malaya, Datuk K. Rajagobal. Tiap kali senarai pelatih pasukan kebangsaan dikeluarkan, nama Badhri pasti akan tercicir dan ini membuatkan pemerhati dan peminat tertanya-tanya apakah kekurangan yang ada pada pemain berkenaan di kaca mata pengendali berumur 56 tahun itu. Mempunyai keupayaan menjadi perancang di bahagian tengah, Badhri juga mampu melakukan tugasan pada situasi sepakan percuma atau sudut seperti mana ketua pasukan Harimau Malaya, Safiq Rahim. Sepanjang beraksi bersama The Red Warriors sejak 2008, Badhri berjaya menjulang Kelantan meraih kesemua kejuaraan dalam saingan Liga Malaysia termasuk Piala Sumbangsih serta memimpin pasukannya melangkah ke suku akhir dalam saingan Piala Konfederasi Bola Sepak Asia (AFC) musim ini sebelum tumbang di tangan wakil Iraq, Arbil FC. Kali pertama dan terakhir Badhri menyarung jersi kebangsaan ketika membantu skuad yang dibentuk Ong Kim Swee bagi berdepan dengan Chelsea dalam aksi persahabatan tahun lalu. Dalam pada itu, Badhri mengakui dia pernah dipanggil untuk menyertai skuad kebangsaan pada 2010 tetapi tidak dapat berbuat demikian kerana belum memiliki pasport antarabangsa  “Ketika dalam perjalanan pulang ke Kota Bharu selepas menjulang kejuaraan Piala Malaysia 2010 lalu, saya mendapat panggilan dan meminta saya menyerahkan nombor pasport. “Bagaimanapun, malangnya saya masih belum ada pasport pada masa itu tambahan saya dalam perjalanan pulang ke Kota Bharu pada waktu itu,” ujarnya.
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