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Goalkeeper review 4- Júlio César

Thursday, July 17th, 2014


Name: Júlio César

Height: 1.86m (6′ 1”)

Weight: 80 kg (176 lb)Image result for julio cesar

Born: September 3, (age 34)

Position: Goalkeeper

Team: Toronto FC

Júlio César saves a kick from Ronaldo

Júlio César is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for English club Queens Park Rangers and the Brazilian national team. He has won over 80 international caps, and appeared at both the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2014 FIFA World Cup. His strengths are saving close range shots and saving long shots. His weakness is long passing.

The Adventures of Flykachu

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Flykachu lived in the attic of a human. This human was called Jimmy. Jimmy lived on his own. But, not for long.

One day, Jimmy adopted a child. It was a boy called Tom. He loved to play outside in the field where he would: make dens out of sticks and leaves; climb trees (pretending they were mountains) and search for bugs.

On one of these searches -in the attic- was –when he discovered Flykachu. Flykachu wasn’t your ordinary fly, when you touch him, he sends a little shot of electric into your blood. Tom was feeling around the dark, dusty attic when he got a shock.

Screaming, like he had just saw a ghost, Tom ran downstairs to his new dad. “Dad! Dad! I just saw a Flykachu!” Tom’s dad had told him imaginary stories of a Flykachu that was electric. “No you haven’t. There’s no such thing. Don’t wind me up.” They argued for a while but, as Tom had expected, his Dad didn’t believe him.

That night, Tom felt determined to prove to Dad that he really did see a Flykachu and he wasn’t going mad. So, he slipped out of bed and headed into the attic. Tom spotted the bright, blue glow in the corner of the attic and walked towards it. Sitting quietly on Dad’s dusty old dusty table was Flykachu. He flew onto Tom’s hand and, not like last time, Flykachu didn’t give Tom a shock. Flykachu’s can actually chose to shock someone or something depending on if it feels threatened.

The next morning, Tom showed Flykachu to his farther whereas, he still didn’t believe Tom. Tom didn’t know what to do so, he put Flykachu back and went up to his room to do his homework.

Tom thought and thought and thought. Finally, he knew what to do, he got a metal pole from out of the garage and stuck it in the ground. When he called his Dad outside, he told Flykachu to sit on the pole. To his Dad’s amazement, the pole glowed and the ground around it went black. However, dad still didn’t believe him.

His next idea was to take Dad up into the attic and show him Flykachu’s glowing body. So he took Dad upstairs and showed him Flykachu. But, again, Dad just thought that it was a light.

Tom didn’t know what to do? So, he went to his secret hideout (a small wooden tree house, which was hidden in the biggest oak tree in the woods). He sat there, next to the Flykachu and thought. How can I convince my Dad to believe me? He wondered and wondered what to do. Eventually, he came to the conclusion that he would just tell his Dad.

So he went up to his Dad -who was making tea- and told him what he had been trying to tell him all day. “I really did see a Flykachu, Dad,” he said. “Alright Tom I believe you,” Dad replied. Tom pulled his Dad into a tight hug.

They lived together (with the Flykachu) for the rest of their lives and every night the three of them would sit in the tree house and watch the stars go by as another day came.

Goalkeeper review 3- Joe Hart

Thursday, July 17th, 2014


Height: 1.96m (6′ 5”)Joe Hart - Manchester City News, Transfer Talk & Gossip | TEAMtalk

Weight: 91 kg (201 lb)

Born: April 19, 1987 (age 27)

Position: Goalkeeper

Team: Manchester City

Joe Hart

Joe Hart goalkeeper playing for Manchester City

Hart was nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2010 but lost out to eventual new team-mate at Manchester City, James Milner but was voted as the Premier League goalkeeper of the 2009-10 season in recognition of his performances at Birmingham City. He returned to Manchester City for the 2010–11 season and won the Golden Glove for keeping the most clean sheets throughout the Premier League season. In the 2014 World Cup he got chosen to be England national goalkeeper over Ben Foster (who is number 13) and Fraser Foster (who is number 22).

The Adventures of Squidgy and Squirt

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Squidgy and Squirt lived in an old tattered caravan just off the coast of Canada. There was nothing unusual about them- apart from the fact they were both monkeys. Every day they went out and searched for some juicy bananas to eat. But, they were getting very short of bananas.

One day they were out searching when Squidgy spotted something. “Look! What’s that!” he exclaimed. In the distance,  there was a glowing light reflecting of Banana Mountain (it was called this because it looked unusually like a banana) like a mirror.

They ventured towards it like a tiger stalking it’s prey. When they got close enough, Squirt spotted a small door that only monkeys could fit through. “Let’s go in,” Squirt whispered in a low toned voice. “No we can’t. It’s too dangerous!” They kept on arguing for a few minutes. But, to save your ears, I kept it short.

Once they had gone in, it became very dark and they could hardly see. Squirt felt along the floor and found a torch. They saw, along the corridor, a great oak door and ,like Indiana Jones would do, they headed towards it to see what was behind. When they got there, they saw a glow coming from behind.

Behind the door was a huge room which was full of bananas. “That’s why it’s called banana mountain!” Squirt exclaimed. Squidgy and Squirt both jumped up and down with happiness and then they saw it. But, sitting temptingly in the middle of all the bananas was a golden banana. It was the most beautiful thing that they had ever seen. They both went for it at once and after a long fight they agreed to half it and they each had a piece each.

When they got back they knew that they didn’t have to worry anymore about getting bananas because every week they could go back to the mountain to get more.

Goalkeeper review 1- Manuel Neuer

Thursday, July 17th, 2014


Name: Manuel Peter Neuer

Height: 1.93m (6′ 4”)

Manuel NEUER

Weight: 92kg (203 lb)

Born: March 27, 1986 (age 28)

Position: Goalkeeper

Team: FC Bayern München

Manuel Neuer at the World Cup 2014 Semi-finals

Manuel Neuer, who plays for FC Bayern München and Germany’s national team, is famous for his unique playing style and quick reflexes, excellent shot-stopping abilities and accurate distribution of the ball. Neuer won the FIFA World Cup 2014 (with his national team) and the Golden Glove for being the best goalkeeper in the tournament. He is my favorite goalkeeper over Jasper Cillissen- who plays for Netherlands.

100wc Week #35: The Escape From The Black Knight

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

Like a horse, my friend (Tyler) and I ran through the gloomy grounds of the Black Knight’s Castle. We had just tried to rescue my friends from the Black Knight but, being unsuccessful, Merlin will not be pleased with how it turned out.

After 10 minutes of running, we came across a gateway. It was very cold and, as it was the dead of night, the sky was pitch black.

Our next obstacle was the scariest of them all… the Forbidden Forest. No one in the history of Camelot has ever dared to venture into the Forest, that’s why I AM going to be the first!


100wc Week #32

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

When I met them, some of the words sounded like a foreign language. They were saying things like ‘sondiarlo’ and ‘gertuna’. Now, you may be wondering, what are they saying? Well, these weren’t foreign people. No, they were goblins.

As they moved closer to me, I studied them. They had little green spots on there heads, long big tongues and they had a toad-like body. There leader, Weldrath, stood staring at me like I was some sort of out-of-this-world alien.Well, he should look at himself. He’s a giant troll. Trolls have huge horns and their backs are covered in deadly spikes.

Diary of Isaac Fewton

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

 This morning, I received an odd phone call from Steve, a fellow scientist. At first, I thought he was going mad when he explained excitedly that an ‘elephant sized bee’ had been found lying in a remote field. He desperately wanted me to come over and have a look. So I grabbed my things and dashed out of the house.

When I arrived, I was blown away. He was right! It was staggering to see! Quickly we set to work investigating the creature. At first, apart from its size, we couldn’t find anything unusual but then, intriguingly, we saw it…

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