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Coach Francis’ holy advice: too many ‘i’s in Mario

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TEAM SPIRIT

Much like the well-known football song, Mario Balotelli went to Rome to see the Pope, and this is what he was told: ”There is no place for individualism; everything should be about the team.” The striker went public with his desire to meet the head of the Catholic Church before Italy’s friendly against Argentina but instead of being blessed, he found himself on the end of a football-related spray from the pontiff. The Argentinian-born Pope is a football tragic and used his introduction to the two squads to pass on his technical advice. Though, when it came to Balotelli, he didn’t hold back on the player’s ego and attitude. ”You, dear players, are very popular,” he said to him and the squad. ”People follow your example, off the pitch as well as on. You have a social responsibility. Otherwise something is missing from the match, even if you win. There is no place for individualism; everything should be about the team.”

POLLIE WITH A HOOK

After watching the debate last Sunday it was clear that neither prime ministerial candidate packed a punch but that won’t be the case in the next Ukrainian election. World heavyweight champion Vitali Kitschko announced that he will run as a candidate for Ukraine’s third biggest party. The 42-year-old is keen to fight crime and corruption and believes his skills in the ring qualify him to lead his government. ”I think for boxing, I use exactly the same skills,” he said. ”Trust myself, discipline and organisation and build a team, it’s a teamwork.” Well, it beats repetitive three-word phrases.

MAIDEN BOWLS ‘EM OVER

A 20-year-old female cricket player showed that she can more than match it with the men as she became the first woman to play first-team cricket in England and took four wickets in her debut. Chloe Wallwork bowled out four batsmen in just 11 overs for her local club Walshaw in the Bolton Association. She said the men were embarrassed that they were sent walking by a woman on debut and some even played more defensively to ensure they weren’t the next casualties. ”When I’m bowling against them they either try to slog me or block me because they don’t want to get out to a girl,” she said.

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Havard Rugland, a footballer from regional Norway, made the leap to the NFL after a sensational highlight reel of his kicking of the pigskin went viral. Rugland was obsessed with gridiron and might be playing for the Detroit Lions in the coming season after he kicked field goals from 40m and then from 50m in a preseason match. Though, it’s no wonder the Lions and New York Jets were interested in converting Rugland after he displayed his talent on YouTube, performing tricks that need to be seen to be believed. Search for Kickalicious on YouTube.

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