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Rooney overhead kick against Manchester City named best Premier League goal in last 20 years

With 300,000 fans from around the globe voting in a number of categories, the 26-year-old's derby-winning strike has claimed the Goal of the 20 Seasons Award. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney’s overhead kick against rivals Manchester City from February 2011 has been voted as the best goal of the past 20 Premier League seasons.
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I said this in a previous card, but I want you all to know that I don't think I'm going to be able to be on Vingle as much, at least for now. I am in my last semester of college right now and really need to focus on my studies as I finish my degree... plus... you know... that job search that everyone talks about! I've had so much fun being involved with all of you over the past few months through the MLB playoffs (how great were those Mets!?!?), EPL and NFL seasons - culminating with the Super Bowl next week! I know this community can be an amazing resource for everyone and I hope you all continue to share ideas, thoughts, favorite plays and players and games and everything else that I've seen go on here recently. You guys are the best! Thanks for reading and commenting on my posts! For now, farewell! @InPlainSight @AbdulrahmanSaad @trinityarcangel @thefeels @MarcusJiles @DerekGumtow @havic @yaakattackk @bnzatton @SherzTYCi @krishntejanand @addri @mishthi @andwas @NimishMathur @Sydsocquet @starli @kyleatekwana @BenjiPhilip @Eduardo14 @AshfakEjaaz @EmanueleYagoda @Bobs @mchlyang @christianmordi @Starbell808 @karencorchado @BrookieyElba @ValerieAlissaPa @Link4TW @sanazsanaz @TravisBeck @Shippudenguy21 @gatorchick96 @MatthewBoughton @MarcusJiles @BrandonMcNeil @KyleBerke @DerekGumtow @havic @Straightshooter @yaakattackk @RodneyYoung @DreJones @JonathanKerns @TravisManning @GalacticChakra @smothgreen @afxs @johnnolastname @ChristopherKenn @ChasePage @coreywriley91 @MrTenThirty @JasonNilsson @addri @ChrisStephens @AniBreo @VeronicaArtino @TomasVasquez @oct6eg10 @Darlin972 @ALEXCAMACHO @GabrielaAlvarez @strawhatblakley @Silver925 @RyanGraham96 @brolyxxrborn @martinesquivel @TiffanyPerez @PASCUASIO @ShoMoPayton @mackenzieorr186 @EvanYannetti @RaulGamboa @in4mtoxic006 @PaulFotiadis @sanRico @BlakeKaler @lilleonz @misterE @shagnasty360 @Bobs @CheyenneHorton @TylerDurso @ChrisSantiago @ButterflyBlu @superiorsl @Starbell808 @DonnaMelton @jokes @BEAUTYgirlARIEL @David19Flo23 @karencorchado @SamuelRodriguez @xitlalicordova1 @AndrewMaldonado @Link4TW @DannyMoses @ClaySharko @Ravenwing92 @FromBlue2U @LemissaNicole @BossDominata @MalikLawary @KyleBerke @DerekGumtow @Straightshooter @Kirooken @TravisManning @GalacticChakra @ChristopherKenn @MrTenThirty @JasonNilsson @addri @GinnaL13 @VeronicaArtino @TomasVasquez @GingerMJones @starli @strawhatblakley @FernandaMontalv @jgallegos222 @DennieySnyder @PaulFotiadis @misterE @Bobs @CheyenneHorton @TylerDurso
7 tips to make six pack abs
Byhttps://www.sachinsharma.gq/2022/01/7-tips-to-make-six-pack-abs.html 7 tips to make six pack abs  So the first step for a six-pack is to look at what you eat, and stick to lean meat, vegetables, and cut out all the sweets and carbs. The second step is to commit to a strong strength training program - not a contract you make twice a week now, but three to four times a week, with determination and focus - to see your abs change. The good news: Most movements do not require additional equipment or equipment, so you can do it at home. The final ingredient for building your six-pack is a solid daily dose of cardio. Improving your overall fitness will help train your body to use energy efficiently, and teach it to start burning calories the minute you start moving. And that is the key because you can have the strongest bellies in the world, but if they are covered with a layer of fat, you will never see them. 1. Examine your diet Getting a six!-pack requires lowering ,your  To burn fat, you need a calorie deficit, which means you eat fewer calories than you burn. The_ saying 'abs /made in the kitchen_ is very accurate to most people, Note: The way human bodies distribute fat varies, therefore, no single body fat secures the abs. However, the percentage of body fat between 14% and 24% for women and 6% and 13% for men should indicate a specific definition of ab. Although you need a calorie deficit, it is important to maintain a healthy diet. According to Yasi Ansari, RDN, a certified sports nutritionist and national media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, here are some healthy eating tips while working to get six packets: Focus on lean proteins, such as pork, lamb, chicken, fish, milk, nuts, seeds, and vegetables. "This will improve your appetite and help your body repair and rebuild muscle after your workout," said Angel Planells, RDN, spokeswoman for the national news agency of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. !=Choose~ whole grains ~over the refined carbs* which~ containa less fiber;-vitamins, and` minerals. Load fruits and vegetables, which are rich in fiber and nutrients. Manage healthy snacks to avoid the temptation of easy access to junk food. Eat light foods that include many food groups. For example, instead of just eating an apple, you can pair it with peanut butter to satisfy your appetite, says Planells. Look at portions to size, to avoid overeating. Stay hydrated. Drink about three to four liters a day, says Ansari. Time helps. Ansari recommends: https://www.sachinsharma.gq/2022/01/7-tips-to-make-six-pack-abs.html
EPL Match of the Week: ARSENAL vs. Chelsea
This week we've got a real gem to look forward to as Chelsea face Arsenal at the Emirates in the EPL. Here's how it all looks to me: Arsenal This could be the return to action for winger Alexis Sanchez, who has been out with injury since November. Arsenal have been playing great football even without him, but when he's healthy he can be easily one of the best players in the league. He can be a huge boost for an Arsenal team attempting to mount a major title challenge and fight off tough competition from Leicester City, Man City and Spurs. Their defense has been really solid with the emerging Hector Bellerin, while the midfield has the strings pulled by Mesut Ozil, who continues to prove that he is one of the best in the whole world. He leads the league in assists and is a real joy to watch. Chelsea We all know about Chelsea's struggles this season. They have been better since Guus Hiddink took over as manager, but still sit in 14th place. For me, a large part of their struggles comes down to the horrible form of Eden Hazard, who has completely failed to live up to the expectations he set for himself during last seasons' PFA Player of the Year winning campaign. He needs to be better, and if he is, Chelsea can mount a challenge toward the upper end of the table. Champions League football is out of the question, but they can still challenge for Europe and it may well start with a big match against Arsenal this weekend. My pick Chelsea have been looking better, but Arsenal are the best team in the league getting their best player back from injury. For me, that settles it. Arsenal 2, Chelsea 1. Who takes it for you? @InPlainSight @AbdulrahmanSaad @trinityarcangel @thefeels @MarcusJiles @DerekGumtow @havic @yaakattackk @bnzatton @SherzTYCi @krishntejanand @addri @mishthi @andwas @NimishMathur @Sydsocquet @starli @kyleatekwana @BenjiPhilip @Eduardo14 @AshfakEjaaz @EmanueleYagoda @Bobs
What's with the Chinese football league?
There's something strange happening in the football world right now. Even with all the money and appeal that the world's top leagues bring - the EPL, La Liga, Germany's Bundesliga, France's Ligue 1 and Italy's Serie A, some top players have recently departed their clubs and gone to accept enormous contracts in the Chinese Super League. The latest star to make the move is Chelsea's Ramires, a player at the peak of his career at age 28. I'm stunned. There is a history of great players making the move to China, but in the past it has been players at the very tail end of their careers moving across the world to make huge amounts of money before they retire. Think Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka, who in recent years went to Shanghai to play. And I understand the appeal for an aging player. Someone like Drogba couldn't keep up with the pace of the top European leagues anymore, but could still be a huge star in China, where the league quality is extremely low. They are major marketing moves for the Chinese teams too, who can bring in world superstars to boost their image. But recently, the players making the move have not been aging stars. They are players in the prime of their careers, like Chelsea's Ramires. Other players to recently make the move are Roma's Gervinho (formerly of Arsenal), who is just 28 years old and Colombia and Inter Milan's Freddy Guarin, a young midfielder of enormous quality and potential. He has been on the radar of the top EPL clubs for years, and to see him turn them down in exchange for a move to the low-level China league is shocking. Alessandro Diamanti, Momo Sissokho, Demba Ba and Paulinho are other players who have recently moved from their European clubs to play in China under huge contracts. It's a bizarre phenomenon. Football in China is not known to be a very popular sport, but the Chinese owners have loads of money and are doing a good job convincing top players to come and join them. I'm sad to see exciting players like Ramires and Gervinho leave Europe, where I could watch them in the Champions League, but I'm fascinated to see what they will make of themselves in China, and to follow along to see if the Chinese league continues to pry away great talent from Europe. @InPlainSight @AbdulrahmanSaad @trinityarcangel @thefeels @MarcusJiles @DerekGumtow @havic @yaakattackk @bnzatton @SherzTYCi @krishntejanand @addri @mishthi @andwas @NimishMathur @Sydsocquet @starli @kyleatekwana @BenjiPhilip @Eduardo14 @AshfakEjaaz @EmanueleYagoda @Bobs What do you make of this recent trend?
Uruguay v England: Rooney to prove his worth in favoured role
England simply must beat Uruguay to keep qualification in their own hands and while Three Lions fans’ nerves are jangling history suggests Roy’s boys should do the business against the South Americans. Being a European nation England play an admittedly limited amount of football against South American opponents but a look back at the last 20 games shows that we have rarely struggled against the likes of Uruguay. drow last names In the last 20 games against sides from South America England have lost just three, drawn five and won 12 times including against Brazil, Argentina and indeed Uruguay. True, most of these games have been of the friendly variety but England’s World Cup record against South Americans also provides encouraging reading with three wins, one draw and just one defeat – to Brazil. So with the stats suggesting reasons to be confident here are three solid bets for the crunch game. Wayne Rooney to score first @ 6/1 Wazza’s form has been the source of much debate and having never scored a goal at a World Cup finals this one is a bit of a Gut Truster pick. However, the Manchester United man is England’s all-time leading World Cup goal scorer when qualification games are included and after being restored to his favoured central position has never had a better opportunity to shine. We’re backing Wayne to fire us to glory and at 6/1 to open the scoring you should too! Over 2.5 goals to be scored @ 21/20 England will concede, they always do, so any win is likely to need at least two goals from the Three Lions, especially with Luis Suarez likely to be restored to Uruguay’s starting XI. Games involving England and South American rivals are often high-scoring affairs with 20 goals recorded in the last six meetings and an average of 2.85 over the last 20 games. England to win 2-1 @ 9/1 Just six of the last 20 games where England have played a team from South America have seen any side record a victory by more than one goal. So, if you’re backing Uruguay to score – and you should be as they’ve netted in 19 of their last 19 fixtures – then 2-1 looks the most likely result if England are to win, making 9/1 simply too good to turn down. Visit This: getloadedinthepark
7 tips to make six pack abs
7 tips to make six pack abs  So the first step for a six-pack is to look at what you eat, and stick to lean meat, vegetables, and cut out all the sweets and carbs. The second step is to commit to a strong strength training program - not a contract you make twice a week now, but three to four times a week, with determination and focus - to see your abs change. The good news: Most movements do not require additional equipment or equipment, so you can do it at home. The final ingredient for building your six-pack is a solid daily dose of cardio. Improving your overall fitness will help train your body to use energy efficiently, and teach it to start burning calories the minute you start moving. And that is the key because you can have the strongest bellies in the world, but if they are covered with a layer of fat, you will never see them. 1. Examine your diet Getting a six!-pack requires lowering ,your  To burn fat, you need a calorie deficit, which means you eat fewer calories than you burn. The_ saying 'abs /made in the kitchen_ is very accurate to most people, Note: The way human bodies distribute fat varies, therefore, no single body fat secures the abs. However, the percentage of body fat between 14% and 24% for women and 6% and 13% for men should indicate a specific definition of ab. Although you need a calorie deficit, it is important to maintain a healthy diet. According to Yasi Ansari, RDN, a certified sports nutritionist and national media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, here are some healthy eating tips while working to get six packets: Focus on lean proteins, such as pork, lamb, chicken, fish, milk, nuts, seeds, and vegetables. "This will improve your appetite and help your body repair and rebuild muscle after your workout," said Angel Planells, RDN, spokeswoman for the national news agency of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. !=Choose~ whole grains ~over the refined carbs* which~ containa less fiber;-vitamins, and` minerals. Load fruits and vegetables, which are rich in fiber and nutrients. Manage healthy snacks to avoid the temptation of easy access to junk food. Eat light foods that include many food groups. For example, instead of just eating an apple, you can pair it with peanut butter to satisfy your appetite, says Planells. Look at portions to size, to avoid overeating. Stay hydrated. Drink about three to four liters a day, says Ansari. Time helps. Ansari recommends: Eat a diet high in carbohydrates, moderate protein, and low fat three to four hours before exercise. Some foods that contain simple carbohydrates, such as appleauce one to two hours before training. Click here https://www.sachinsharma.gq/2022/01/7-tips-to-make-six-pack-abs.html
3 ways to loss weight
3 Ways to Help  to reduce your Loss of *** Increase Your *** Loss Whether you have 20, 50, or 100+ pounds to lose weight, lose weight and build the right body takes hard work and consistency. I know this to be true from my anti-obesity experience. In the last few years, I have lost over 300 pounds [140 kg]. I built a little but certainly a thin and upright body that I have always wanted. It seems like I had the right answers and “good” weight loss strategies. That would not be far from the truth. The truth is that I was struggling… WRONG. First, it took me years to begin with and finally failed to begin to make the necessary changes in my body. When I started losing weight consistently, it was due to chronic cardio and a very low calorie diet. My excessive diet and exercise eventually led to low testosterone, hypothyroidism, and low metabolism. I also gave up my life of pursuit of a “perfect” body. I avoided going out with friends for fear of overeating, and I often made excuses as to why I couldn't participate. These are just a few of the mistakes I have made. The list of ***** I went through during my trip is too long to try to fit in with this blog post. I was one of the lucky ones who struggled with all the mistakes and pains of losing weight, and I finally achieved my goal. It would have been much easier. If I had just learned a few basic facts about weight loss and body weight, I would have achieved my results in half the time. And it would be very little pressure. I can’t go back in time and change what I did. I can share the knowledge and strategies I have learned with others who are trying to lose weight. Using these tips will make losing weight easier and get you to your dream body faster than you thought possible! Here are 6 easy-to-use tips to improve your *** loss. CLICK ON TWEET Strategy # 1 - Be prepared Most people who want to lose weight simply get to exercise and eat a healthy diet without a clear mental plan. While more transport and less food can work in the short term, it is only a matter of time before you reach the ongoing plains. Finding a slim, lean body mass requires you to pay close attention to your calorie diet and the type of well-designed resistance training. Before you start to lose weight, make sure you do your homework. Get a proven nutrition and exercise program and get results. I suggest you find a procedure designed to use scientific-based research. Also, contact other people who have followed the same program and ask them to find out if it works. Another suggestion I have is to remove any tempting food from your home. Building healthy and active habits is very important in the early stages of weight loss. Eliminating foods such as ice cream, cookies, or anything else that may tempt you to overeat is a good way to make sure you stick to your plan. You do not need to finish this diet forever. However, it is important to build a healthy environment early so that you do not give up before you start to see results. When the weight of the scale starts to drop and you start to look slimmer on the screen, you will probably have enough motivation and energy to allow for a little handling here and there.  Before you worry about supplements and all "small rocks," make sure you take care of "big rocks." .for more click here https://www.sachinsharma.gq/2021/05/3-ways-to-help-your-loss-of.html