Origin and Development of Football

All football was played in some form for over 2000 years ago in China, the English considered the official inventor of football.Already in the Middle Ages they played?? sometimes with hundreds of players, between different villages. Was it???? Mob Football. There were no goals as we know it and an inflated cow bladder was used as a ball. The intention was to get it in one of the villages. Football seemed then actually more like rugby because the ball can only be played by hand. For a long time it was forbidden in England because it?? then generally to’d put up a fight and riots. Only in 1845 the ban was lifted entirely. When it first then around 1840 was played at boarding schools, and the need arose to establish rules. That just came with a group of students in Cambridge in 1848, but was still very different than they are today. So it was that a player who is playing behind was offside, something that is still to be found in rugby again. In 1866 the rule was changed.

Inventions???? Football

  • -In 1854 the first rubber ball invented by Charles Goodyear. The ball, which is made up of segments, it was in fact already been invented by Archimedes.
  • The English Notts County FC, founded in 1862, and in 1888 one of the founders of the Football League????, Was in the late nineteenth century, the first professional football club. At the time, played against professional teams, amateur teams in this league.
  • The first ?? ?? essence, a move in which a player with his leg going over his head to shoot the ball into the goal, attributed the origins of the Basque Ramon Unzaga Asla. This came in the 10th and 20th years of the last century the Chilean national team out. Hence the Spanish synonym ?? ?? chilena.
  • Team Adam was the invention of the motion???? scissors, a trick where the opponent is on the wrong track.This is done on the ball with one foot while the final will be played with other plays. Team Adam began his career in the Swiss Grasshoppers and, initially, also played in the Swiss national team. Since he was Dutch origin, he would be asked to Orange. Before that, he came out 11 times and scored six times.
  • The “offside” is a common measure of defense of a team, which is a step forward that put the whole attack the opponent in that moment out of play. It was conceived in her twenties from Groningen footballer His Tetzner and so is first introduced in the Dutch team ..
  • The?? coverage zone?? was first used by Zeze Moreira in Brazil during the 1952 Pan-American Games.
  • Austrian Richard Dombi was known as the one who first called it.?? Slingback?? style practiced. It had lost possession in two midfielders drop back to cover the outside of the opponent players. The back then went inside and plug moved up into midfield. Dombi trained in the thirties and fifties several times Feyenoord.
  • EM?? recent European Championships, to distinguish it from other European competities- was held for the first time from 1955 to 1956. It was a tournament with a knock-out system for the European country champion. Later there was a need, especially the big clubs to avoid the risk of an early elimination and took their place the so-called.?? Champions League 1992, with the group match. Participants therefore increased so that more clubs -the number two, three and even four of the country competities- could taste this lucrative tournament.
  • It?? catenaccio?? is a very defensive style of play, with four wicker quarry workers were lined up in a row in defense, backed by a so-called. ?? libero ???? Or?? ausputzer, the last man who hit the ball out of defense. It was invented around 1963 by the Argentine Helenio Herrera, also known as El Mago???? . At that time, he was the coach of the Italian Internazionale. With that, he had so much success (two European Cup in 1964 and 1965 and part ???? Scudetto, the Italian league titles, was taken over by other Italian clubs. Nevertheless happily played by Italian clubs, with a huge efficiency displayed in the attack. It’s a system that only works with smart attackers, who are not afraid to stand almost the entire game on an “island” and have enough to half a chance.
  • The English name of the cover of an international match (single player in Orange has a number of caps to his name) comes from the fact that the players in the England team at the beginning of the 20th century by an international received a hat.
  • The total football???? is a style of play where players constantly changing positions. Defenders storms along the flanks or walking past the enemy target, attackers disturbing, keeping the small field and exchange with midfielder and goalkeeper are used as eleventh man. All this playing style has already been used on a small scale, including?? Gold Strike in River Plate from year ?? 50 in Argentina-, is considered the inventor of the full version of Total Football, Rinus Michels. With Ajax in the late 60 ?? to the first European Cup victory in 1971, and later with the Dutch national team in the 1974 World Cup he caused a stir with it.
  • The so-called.?? Panenka penalty?? invented by the Czechoslovak player Antonín Panenka. This is a run is taken as if it is just a hard shot on goal, and finally did with a soft pencil, usually at the site where the keeper, who jumps into a corner stood. Panenka did so the winning goal in the European Championship finals in 1976 against the then West Germany.
  • The ?? Cruyff-Olsen punishment ?? is a punishment, which in 1982 by Johan Cruyff and Jesper Olsen introduced during the match Ajax Helmond Sport. It allows a player as he is the one who will take the punishment. At that time, however, the whistle another forward player who gets the ball first match and laid him shoot into the goal. In 1957, a penalty already been taken in the same way, but the Belgian Rik Coppens and André Piters players during the match Belgium and Iceland. The difference was that the other player back to the first lap and it finally was the one who shot into.
  • The concept?? Hattrick “, before scoring three goals in one match or better in one half of the contest for” clean “hattrick- actually comes from the world of cricket. During a match in England cricket bowler namely Stephenson took three wickets with three???? successive balls. the enthusiasm about then was made an offer by the other players, the proceeds of which a new hat for Stephenson was bought. It was then common use. Each time a bowler with three consecutive balls three gates???? took gave him a new hat or cap. They called it?? hat trick, or in English hat-trick????.
  • The Bosman judgment?? -to the Belgian Football Jean-Marc Bosman-was a judgment of the European Court in 1995, which made it possible for players to play after the expiry of their contracts without transfer to another club. It also made it possible under the Treaty of Rome to the clubs unlimited players from other EU countries could benefit. This brought a revolution in the world of football triggered, because once a restriction consisted of two or three foreign players per club rich football clubs could now contract they wanted.
  • When rollercoaster???? or ???? Zidane, brand of French footballer Zidane Zidenine, it’s all about the ball diagonally with you to carry, to set foot on the ball, making a leap for the ball while moving the body standing leg on the ball, and then rush past the defender.
  • The so-called.?? Akka?? is a trick, which was first shown by the Brazilian Ronaldinho. On how quickly it goes against a defender, put the outside of your right foot against the inside of the ball. And he pulls him to the right with the outside and the inside gives a short tap to the left. Then, he left the ball and dribbles on the side of the opponent over.

“Inventions” in Relation To Football

  • Table football was invented by Alejandro Campos Ramírez. 1936, during the bombings in Madrid and the wounded in hospital, he met some children who were sad because they could not looking to play football there, just like the others. As a consolation, he came up with the idea to build a foosball table.
  • Other types of games, which emerged from outdoor football, his boardingvoetbal, cage football, mini football, beach soccer and futsal.
  • Voetbalplaatjes Books are already since 60?? marketed. The plates are purchased separately sealed envelopes.Double can be exchanged with friends and acquaintances. Since 1978, made in the Netherlands by the Italian company Panini. Initially the decals, which certainly will be collected later stickers.
  • 2010 FIFA World Cup?? is a game developed by video game developer EA Canada. It is dedicated to the last World Cup in 2010. It was released in Europe on April 29, 2010.

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