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Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 5:05pm On Aug 11
Is the financial plan of mediocrity -- a dream-stealing, soul-sucking dogma known as "The Slowlane" your plan for creating wealth? You know how it goes; it sounds a lil something like this:

"Go to school, get a good job, save 10% of your paycheck, buy a used car, cancel the movie channels, quit drinking expensive Starbucks mocha lattes, save and penny-pinch your life away, trust your life-savings to the stock market, and one day, when you are oh, say, 65 years old, you can retire rich."

The mainstream financial gurus have sold you blindly down the river to a great financial gamble: You've been hoodwinked to believe that wealth can be created by recklessly trusting in the uncontrollable and unpredictable markets: the housing market, the stock market, and the job market.

This impotent financial gamble dubiously promises wealth in a wheelchair -- sacrifice your adult life for a financial plan that reaps dividends in the twilight of life. Accept the Slowlane as your blueprint for wealth and your financial future will blow carelessly asunder on a sailboat of HOPE: HOPE you can find a job and keep it, HOPE the stock market doesn't tank, HOPE the economy rebounds, HOPE, HOPE, and HOPE. Do you really want HOPE to be the centerpiece for your family's financial plan?

Drive the Slowlane road and you will find your life deteriorate into a miserable exhibition about what you cannot do, versus what you can. For those who don't want a lifetime subscription to "settle-for-less" and a slight chance of elderly riches, there is an alternative; an expressway to extraordinary wealth that can burn a trail to financial independence faster than any road out there.

Why jobs, 401(k)s, mutual funds, and 40-years of mindless frugality will never make you rich young.

Why most entrepreneurs fail and how to immediately put the odds in your favor.

The real law of wealth: Leverage this and wealth has no choice but to be magnetized to you.
The leading cause of poorness: Change this and you change everything.

How the rich really get rich - and no, it has nothing to do with a paycheck or a 401K match.
Why the guru's grand deity - compound interest - is an impotent wealth accelerator.

Why the guru myth of "do what you love" will most likely keep you poor, not rich.

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Religion / Re: An Uncomfortable Truth In Today's World by Ayo13945(m): 7:21am On Aug 07
If you want to be right, i'll tell you, you're right.

There, Happy now?

I will also tell you this: You cannot solve problems
on Social Media, we can argue all we like, but
arguements don't solve problems.

Problems are solved by People who Plan and Act,
Not by People who win Arguments on Social Media.

So, i am going to give you the validation you crave
by saying You win, you win the argument.

So there you you have it, your trophy.

I won't reply because i will be too busy planning
and Doing, to respond.

Happy Sunday.
Business / The 5 Levels Of Wealth by Ayo13945(m): 7:14am On Aug 07
This is a very amazing video on the different
Categories of wealth.

A must watch for every one looking to become

The video won't make you rich (Obviously), but it
will show you where you stand in the wealth scale
and also motivate you to work harder and smarter.

Religion / Re: An Uncomfortable Truth In Today's World by Ayo13945(m): 7:05am On Aug 07
Lets Just Agree to Disagree.

Oh, and Love isn't Power, but there is power in love.

Power is a different category entirely.
Religion / Re: An Uncomfortable Truth In Today's World by Ayo13945(m): 6:27pm On Aug 06
Love without Power is Sentiment,

Power without Love is Tyranny.
Religion / Re: An Uncomfortable Truth In Today's World by Ayo13945(m): 2:27pm On Aug 06
Religion / An Uncomfortable Truth In Today's World by Ayo13945(m): 2:21pm On Aug 06
Christian Kickboxing Champion Praises Islam - Andrew Tate

Islam fixes a lot of the problems that men are currently facing, the problem we're discussing on this show Islam fixes all of them right, that's the
first thing about Islam

And i'm not a Muslim right if i had to choose a religion i would because i live in an orthodox Christian country.

I go to the orthodox Christian church i donate twenty thousand dollars a month to thechurch in the country, the church the church in romania is very powerful and i like having church friends so i give them a lot of money right, so i guess i'm an orthodox Christian

But if i had to bet on one religion as if i were betting on the stock market for the future you have to bet on islam because Muslims are intolerant, and i'm not saying that disrespectfully
because If you're tolerant of everything
then you stand for nothing

Christians are so tolerant now you don't
believe they have gay pastors that i'm not even anti-gay but if the book says don't have, like what what do you believe in?
If you're tall if you're tolerant of everything you stand for nothing.

I can walk through london with a t-shirt saying Jesus is gay and nothing will happen to me if i did the same thing with the Islamic prophet i'd be dead before i got to the end of the street.

That's how much they believe and respect, and i respect people who stick up for what they believe in, it's not even about me believing in it I respect them because they believe and they will

Muslims are the only people who will defend their religion they will defend their beliefs they refuse to be mocked they refuse to be insulted and i respect that about them i respect that that's an
amazing thing about them right?

And the third point is and i've been all around the world some of the best countries in the world
today are the First world muslim nations.

Qatar you can go to Qatar you can fall asleep with a million dollars on your lap in the middle of the street nothing's going to happen,
Saudi Arabia; if you're gonna go to Saudi nothing will happen you, can go Dubai,UAE nothing,
they leave their cars parked with the keys inside;
it's so safe.

Women everyone's married every woman obeys her husband every single woman has four five six kids big families all the things we're talking about all the problems we have here right they've got
none of that none of it because of Islam.

Islam keeps society in the role where women obey their men, women have children women have big
families; women are exceptionally happy to do so.

yes, before before some western girl comes in here and runs their mouth the islamic women are happier than any lady you're going to see in the club tonight; they're happy,

society is functioning their population is growing because in most western countries the population is declining

we're showing that we'll have one kid it doesn't work doesn't work right two people need to have 3.1 kids because people die right people die
prematurely blah blah blah.

So we have population problems in the west,
They have none of the population problems, society is functioning and that's that's what society is.

society is...

Society start from the smallest possible group,
you have families, and families make a street
and that street makes a village, and that
village makes a town, that town makes a city,
and that city makes a country.

So if it's broken at the very fundamental level,
this family levels broken then it's broken the whole way up; and that's what's happened in the West.

And the first world Islamic countries have none of those problems so if you're going to talk about a belief system that fixes issues you need to go to Islam

I just have absolute..., even though i wouldn't identify as a Muslim i have i have absolute
respect for the ideology, respect for the mentality,
respect for the warrior aspect of it, i respect them they don't play, they don't play, you can't Insult them.

But you can inult the church all day, you can
make fun of them, there's a show on Netflix
about gay Jesus that's a joke right ?,
and what what are the christians do?


Christianity is a dead religion,
if you're a Christian and i'm saying this is a Christian myself,

Christianity is a dead religion which is confined
to the the history books it's dying out.

Your own pope the pope goes up there and talks lgbtq.

That's crazy.

It is over, you don't stand for anything,
you don't believe in anything,
you have no boundaries,
you're walked on,
you're mocked,
the whole thing is a joke.

Being a christian now is nothing more than advertising you're a loser it's a losing religion because you've lost to Islam.
Nairaland / General / Which Of These 4 Things Motivate You The Most? by Ayo13945(m): 4:14pm On Jul 28
A wise man once said "There are 4 motives to
every human action, and they are:
Love,Wealth,Power and Fame, all other human motives are a variation of these 4.

I don't completely agree with the wise man but,
i will admit that most of my action are motivated
by a desire for Wealth and Power.

So, what are your own motives for action?
Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 4:22pm On Jul 27
Like the proverbial butterfly that flaps its wings on one continent and eventually causes a hurricane on another, Norma McCorvey dramatically altered the course of events without intending to. All she had wanted was an abortion.

She was a poor, uneducated, unskilled, alcoholic, drug-using twenty-one-year-old woman who had already given up two children for adoption and now, in 1970, found herself pregnant again.

But in Texas, as in all but a few states at that time, abortion was illegal. McCorvey’s cause came to be adopted by people far more powerful than she. They made her the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit seeking to legalize abortion. The defendant was Henry Wade, the Dallas County district attorney.

The case ultimately made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, by which time McCorvey’s name had been disguised as Jane Roe. On January 22, 1973, the court ruled in favor of Ms. Roe, allowing legalized abortion throughout the United States. By this time, of course, it was far too late for Ms. McCorvey/Roe to have her abortion. She had given birth and put the child up for adoption. (Years later she would renounce her allegiance to legalized abortion and become a pro-life activist.)

So how did Roe v. Wade help trigger, a generation later, the greatest crime drop in recorded history?

As far as crime is concerned, it turns out that not all children are born equal. Not even close. Decades of studies have shown that a child born into an adverse family environment is far more likely than other children to become a criminal.

And the millions of women most likely to have an abortion in the wake of Roe v. Wade—poor,
unmarried, and teenage mothers for whom illegal abortions had been too expensive or too hard to get—were often models of adversity.

They were the very women whose children, if born, would have been much more likely than average to become criminals. But because of Roe v. Wade, these children weren’t being born.

This powerful cause would have a drastic, distant effect: years later, just as these unborn children would have entered their criminal primes, the rate of crime began to plummet.

It wasn’t gun control or a strong economy or new police strategies that finally blunted the American crime wave. It was, among other factors, the reality that the pool of potential criminals had dramatically shrunk.

Now, as the crime-drop experts (the former crime doomsayers) spun their theories to the media, how many times did they cite legalized abortion as a cause?

Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 4:19pm On Jul 27
Excerpt from the book


The Hidden Side of Everything
Anyone living in the United States in the early 1990s and paying even a whisper of attention to the nightly news or a daily paper could be forgiven for having been scared out of his skin.

The culprit was crime. It had been rising relentlessly—a graph plotting the crime rate in any American city over recent decades looked like a ski slope in profile—and it seemed now to herald the end of the world as we knew it.

Death by gunfire, intentional and otherwise, had become commonplace. So too had carjacking and crack dealing, robbery and rape. Violent crime was a gruesome, constant companion. And things were about to get even worse. Much worse. All the experts were saying so.

The cause was the so-called superpredator. For a time, he was everywhere. Glowering from the cover of newsweeklies. Swaggering his way through foot-thick government reports. He was a scrawny, big-city teenager with a cheap gun in his hand and nothing in his heart but ruthlessness.

There were thousands out there just like him, we were told, a generation of killers about to hurl the country into deepest chaos.
In 1995 the criminologist James Alan Fox wrote a report for the U.S. attorney general that grimly detailed the coming spike in murders by teenagers. Fox proposed optimistic and pessimistic scenarios. In the optimistic scenario, he believed, the rate of teen homicides would rise another 15 percent over the next decade; in the pessimistic scenario, it would more than double.

“The next crime wave will get so bad,” he said, “that it will make 1995 look like the good old days.”
Other criminologists, political scientists, and similarly learned forecasters laid out the same horrible future, as did President Clinton. “We know we’ve got about six years to turn this juvenile crime thing around,” Clinton said, “or our country is going to be living with chaos. And my successors will not be giving speeches about the wonderful opportunities of the global economy; they’ll be trying to keep body and soul together for people on the streets of these cities.” The smart money was plainly on the criminals.

And then, instead of going up and up and up, crime began to fall. And fall and fall and fall some more. The crime drop was startling in several respects. It was ubiquitous, with every category of crime falling in every part of the country. It was persistent, with incremental decreases year after year. And it was entirely unanticipated—especially by the very experts who had been predicting the opposite. The magnitude of the reversal was astounding.

The teenage murder rate, instead of rising 100 percent or even 15 percent as James Alan Fox had warned, fell more than 50 percent within five years. By 2000 the overall murder rate in the United States had dropped to its lowest level in thirty-five years. So had the rate of just about every other sort of crime, from assault to car theft.

Even though the experts had failed to anticipate the crime drop—which was in fact well under way even as they made their horrifying predictions—they now hurried to explain it. Most of their theories sounded perfectly logical. It was the roaring 1990s economy, they said, that helped turn back crime. It was the proliferation of gun control laws, they said. It was the sort of innovative policing strategies put into place in New York City, where murders would fall from 2,262 in 1990 to 540 in 2005.

These theories were not only logical; they were also encouraging, for they attributed the crime drop to specific and recent human initiatives. If it was gun control and clever police strategies and better-paying jobs that quelled crime—well then, the power to stop criminals had been within our reach all along. As it would be the next time, God forbid, that crime got so bad.

These theories made their way, seemingly without friction, from the experts’ mouths to journalists’ ears to the public’s mind. In short course, they became conventional wisdom.

There was only one problem: they weren’t true.

There was another factor, meanwhile, that had greatly contributed to the massive crime drop of the 1990s. It had taken shape more than twenty years earlier and concerned a young woman in Dallas named Norma McCorvey.
Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 4:09pm On Jul 27
Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt
and Stephen J. Dubner

A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

•Pdf Link•

Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 8:26pm On Jun 29
The Titanic

RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner, operated by the White Star Line, which sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after striking an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK, to New York City.

Of the estimated 2,224 passengers and crew aboard, more than 1,500 died, which made the sinking one of the deadliest for a single ship up to that time.[a] It remains to this day the deadliest peacetime sinking of a superliner or cruise ship.

The disaster drew much public attention, provided foundational material for the disaster film genre, and has inspired many artistic works.

RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time she entered service and the second of three Olympic-class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line.

She was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast. Thomas Andrews, who was the chief naval architect of the shipyard at that time, died in the disaster.

Titanic was under the command of Captain Edward Smith,who went down with the ship.
The ocean liner carried some of the wealthiest people in the world, as well as hundreds of emigrants from Great Britain and Ireland, Scandinavia, and elsewhere throughout Europe, who were seeking a new life in the United States and Canada.

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Eyewitness Titanic

Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 10:58am On Jun 28
The Denial of Death.

An Award winning Bestseller vy Ernest Becker.

Romance / Re: Why Lesbians Are Not Attracted To Men And Attracted To Women by Ayo13945(m): 2:38pm On Jun 26
All The Logic in the World, Sugarcoated and
Made Easy to Swallow, Would not convince
me to accept that Poison Pill which is the


Religion / Re: About The High Rate Of Immoral Sex Amongst Young People Today by Ayo13945(m): 12:16pm On Jun 26
WARNING: This Article is meant for people
who are willing to practice what is written therein,
Anyone who likes to read but not practice; should
not waste his or her time reading the article.

Why Do We Humans Seek Pleasure?

Pleasure as a Sensation, Stimulates Brain Growth.
Pain also does something similar.

The reason why we humans seek pleasure is because it helps to stimulate brain growth.

Prolonged periods of boredom can cause brain
Cells to die.

So when you feel any craving or desire, it is
actually a specific set of brain cells that are
Trying to grow .

About sex: There was a time when the human
Population was very low, and high sex-drive
would have served the evolutionary function
of reproducing so much, to the extent that we
would not have to face extinction like other
animals did.

So now the world's population (7.9 Billion) is
so large that; if left unchecked it might actually
do more harm than good.

But the high sex drive is still there and we are
still reproducing(a lot).

So the most logical thing would be to decrease
the sex drive to a manageable degree.

There are many ways to do this.

The safest thing would be to reduce the amount
of Sexual Content one is exposed to.

One should beware of what one sees and hears,
one should also beware of one's thoughts and
feeling and should also take note of his or her
friends, because we are easily influenced by
those we spend time with.

In Essence You should learn to

Direct your 5 senses don't let them be led astray
by anything or anyone.

Contraceptives such as Condom, Birth Pills,
Birth Control devices are not 100% safe in
Preventing unwanted pregnancy so
ABSTINENCE is the best alternative.

Even after you do all this your brain cells
would still crave stimulation(mostly pleasure,
although pain also stimulates the brain).

At this point your Goal would be to take charge
of the Growth Process of your brain cells.

Instead of jumping from one fleeting pleasure
to another your find skills or hobbies you are
Interested in learning, it may be 1,2,3 or as many
skills as you like.

You make a plan to write out all the skills or
hobbies you want to learn.

You learn one skill or hobby, get REALLY good
at it. Then you move onto the next skill or

It is always nice to pill skills or hobbies that are
actually useful or in high demand so that when
You do get good at it, you can Enjoy doing what
you love and also get paid for it.

There is this saying that we only use 10% of our
brain capacity.

There is also this saying that:
"If one is to develop Inner strength and
will power on needs to make a habit to
perform actions that he or she finds
Difficult or Disagreeable."

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Sports / Re: Top 10 Favourite Messi Victims by Ayo13945(m): 11:52am On Jun 25
The Victims are;
In Ascending Order:

• Prime Diego Godin

• Prime Ashley Cole

• Prime Filipe Luis

• Prime Pepe

• Prime Arturo Vidal

• Prime Casemiro

• Prime Marcelo

• Prime Koke

• Prime Sergio Ramos

• Prime Xabi Alonso
Sports / Top 10 Favourite Messi Victims by Ayo13945(m): 11:07am On Jun 25
A video of messi humiliating the best Defenders and Midfielders in their Prime.

Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 10:35am On Jun 24
The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone

The 10X Rule says that
1) you should set targets for yourself that are 10X greater than what you believe you can achieve and

2) you should take actions that are 10X greater than what you believe are necessary to achieve your goals. The biggest mistake most people make in life is not setting goals high enough.

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The Ten Times Rule pdf

Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 7:06pm On Jun 23
Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman

Emotional intelligence (EI) is most often defined as the ability to perceive, use, understand, manage, and handle emotions.

People with high emotional intelligence can recognize their own emotions and those of others, use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior, discern between different feelings and label them appropriately, and adjust emotions to adapt to environments.

Although the term first appeared in 1964,
it gained popularity in the 1995 best-selling book Emotional Intelligence, written by science journalist Daniel Goleman. Goleman defined EI as the array of skills and characteristics that drive leadership performance.

Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. Some researchers suggest that emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened, while others claim it is an inborn characteristic.

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Emotional Intelligence pdf

Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 1:32pm On Jun 21
How to Win Friends and Influence People
By Dale Carnegie

Dealing with people is probably the biggest problem you face, especially if you are in business.
Yes, and that is also true if you are a housewife, architect or engineer.

Research done a few years ago under the auspices of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching uncovered a most important and significant fact—a fact later confirmed by additional studies made at the Carnegie Institute of Technology.

These investigations revealed that even in such technical lines as engineering, about 15 percent of one’s financial success is due to one’s technical knowledge and about 85 percent is due to skill in human engineering, to personality and the ability to lead people.

In the heyday of his activity, John D. Rockefeller said that:
“the ability to deal with people is as
purchasable a commodity as sugar or coffee.”

“And I will pay more for that ability,” said Rockefeller, “than for any other under the sun.”

The University of Chicago and the United Y.M.C.A. Schools conducted a survey to determine what
adults want to study.

That survey cost $25,000 and took two years.
The last part of the survey was made in Meriden,
Connecticut. It had been chosen as a typical American town. Every adult in Meriden was interviewed and requested to answer 156 questions—questions such as:

“What is your business or profession? Your education?
How do you spend your spare time?
What is your income? Your hobbies? Your ambitions? Your problems?
What subjects are you most interested in studying?” And so on.

That survey revealed that health is the prime
interest of adults and that their second interest is people; how to understand and get along with people; how to make people like you; and how to win others to your way of thinking.

So the committee conducting this survey resolved to conduct such a course for adults in Meriden. They searched diligently for a practical textbook on the subject and found not one.

Finally they approached one of the world’s outstanding authorities on adult education and asked him if he knew of any book that met the needs of this group.
“No,” he replied, "I know what those adults want. But the book they need has never been written.”

I knew from experience that this statement was true, for I myself had been searching for years to
discover a practical, working handbook on human relations.

Since no such book existed, I have tried to write one for use in my own courses. And here it is. I hope you like it.

The rules we have set down here are not mere theories or guesswork. They work like magic. Incredible as it sounds, I have seen the application of these principles literally revolutionize the lives of many people.

To illustrate: A man with 314 employees joined one of these courses. For years, he had driven and criticized and condemned his employees without stint or discretion. Kindness, words of appreciation and encouragement were alien to his lips. After studying the principles discussed in this book, this employer sharply altered his philosophy of life.

His organization is now inspired with a new loyalty, a new enthusiasm, a new spirit of teamwork. Three hundred and fourteen enemies have been turned into 314 friends.

As he proudly said in a speech before the class: “When I used to walk through my establishment, no one greeted me. My employees actually looked the other way when they saw me approaching. But now they are all my friends and even the
janitor calls me by my first name.”

This employer gained more profit, more leisure and—what is infinitely more important—he found far more happiness in his business and in his home.

Countless numbers of salespeople have sharply increased their sales by the use of these principles.
Many have opened up new accounts—accounts that they had formerly solicited in vain.
Executives have been given increased authority, increased pay.

One executive reported a large increase in salary because he applied these truths.
Another, an executive in the Philadelphia Gas Works Company, was slated for demotion when he was sixty-five because of his belligerence, because of his inability to lead people skillfully. This training not only saved him from the demotion but brought him a promotion with increased pay.

On innumerable occasions, spouses attending the banquet given at the end of the course have told me that their homes have been much happier since their husbands or wives started this training.

“Compared to what we ought to be,” said the famous Professor William James of Harvard, “compared
to what we ought to be, we are only half awake. We are making use of only a small part of our physical and
mental resources. Stating the thing broadly, the human individual thus lives far within his limits. He possesses
powers of various sorts which he habitually fails to use.”

Those powers which you “habitually fail to use”! The sole purpose of this book is to help you discover,
develop and profit by those dormant and unused assets.

“Education,” said Dr. John G. Hibben, former president of Princeton University, “is the ability to meet
life’s situations.”

If by the time you have finished reading the first three chapters of this book, if you aren’t then a little
better equipped to meet life’s situations, then I shall consider this book to be a total failure so far as you are

“For the great aim of education,” said Herbert Spencer, “is not knowledge but action.”

And this is an action book.

– Dale Carnegie

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How To Win Friends and Influence People

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Education / Re: Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 12:24pm On Jun 20
Kinesics or body language, refers to the subconscious gestures and body movements we
Make. They reflect how we think or feel, usually
without our awareness.

It is very important to understand body language
because most of our communication happens non verbally.

According to a research conducted Dr. Mehrabian when people transmit information:
words account only for 7%,
tone of voice — for 38%,
and body language — for 55%.
Which means that 93% of communication is
Non-verbal in nature.

In his groundbreaking book
"What Every Body Is Saying" Special FBI Agent
Joe Navarro explains in detail the science of
Body language, and how being able to read people has propelled him to outstanding success
In his 25 year career with the FBI.

Click >HERE< to download the PDF file.


Education / Thread For Avid Book Readers by Ayo13945(m): 11:37am On Jun 20
Like the name implies, this thread is for people
who love reading books.

If you love Encyclopedias,Science,Philosophy and
History books, this is the place to be.

You can visualize this as a virtual library or bookstore where you can get interesting books
to read for free.

Sports / Top 50 Football Skills Ever by Ayo13945(m): 12:48pm On Jun 19
One of the most popular football video on youtube.

Plug in headphone for best experience.

Sports / Zidane Agrees To Join PSG, But ... by Ayo13945(m): 1:19pm On Jun 17
Former Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane has reportedly demanded two signings from Paris Saints-Germain before he would join the French Ligue 1 champions.

According to Sport, Zidane, who is set to replace Mauricio Pochettino as PSG manager, has already named his top two transfer targets this summer.

The first of which is Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, who will leave Old Trafford when his contract expires at the end of June.

Man United paid a then-world record fee of £89 million to re-sign Pogba from Juventus in 2016.

However, the France World Cup winner endured an underwhelming return to Old Trafford, often failing to make an impact on the pitch.

Despite this, Zidane is interested in bringing the midfielder to the Parc Des Princes to bring some creativity to the midfield.

The second player shortlisted is Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele.

Dembele is another member of the France squad, which became world champions in 2018 and is set to be released this summer by Barcelona.

The 25-year-old winger has suffered numerous injury problems during his time at Camp Nou.

However, Dembele would be an ideal replacement for Angel Di Maria, who will depart PSG on a free transfer.


TV/Movies / Re: Thread For Comics Lovers (dc,marvel,starwars,Manga Etc) by Ayo13945(m): 12:52pm On Jun 16
Superman and Batman's First introduction to the
World of Comics.

Sports / Best Football Adverts Ever by Ayo13945(m): 12:35pm On Jun 16
A video showing some of the most popular
Adverts in football history.


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Sports / Re: How Many Madridistas Remember This Legend? by Ayo13945(m): 12:09pm On Jun 15
Originally a striker, Guti later developed into a talented playmaker, who was known in particular for his vision, technique, creativity, passing range and ability to provide assists for teammates; he also possessed an eye for goal courtesy of his ability to make late runs into the box.

A versatile player, he was usually deployed as an attacking midfielder behind the forwards, which was his preferred position, but was also capable of playing as a second striker, a winger or in a defensive midfield role as a deep-lying playmaker.

A video showing his best goals and assists for
Real Madrid FC.



Sports / How Many Madridistas Remember This Legend? by Ayo13945(m): 12:02pm On Jun 15

Full name:José María Gutiérrez Hernández (born 31 October 1976), known as Guti, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder, currently a manager.

During his career, he played almost exclusively for Real Madrid – appearing in 542 official games and serving as vice-captain – helping the club to win 15 trophies, most notably three Champions League titles and five La Liga championships.

He also competed professionally in Turkey, with Beşiktaş.
Guti played 13 times with Spain, making his debut in 1999.

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