Triphonaction primarily focuses on a multi-cultural purpose, aiming to relate to socio-educational and soccer views. I believe that there is an interplay between culture and sporting activities. In other words, the world can be in synthesis through sports -----Georges Jean: COMMENTATOR ON THE GAME
Alemania: Campeones del Mundo 2014
Hablamos del Mundo de Futbol y los Campeones de 2014 es algo que noDEBATES AND DISCUSSIONS OVER THE GAME
podemos definir en un solo momento. A pesar de muchas preparaciones
tacticas, la escuada Argentina, tan fuerte en el juego, no han podido ganar la
Copa del Mundo afrontando a Alemania! Por lo tanto, voy a tratar de
decir algunos motivos de aquellas situaciones.
Aunque sea no muy facil de descubrir todas las maldiciones de Argentina
fallando de ganar, se ven que los cuartos Campeones del Mundo ganan con
alma y un esfuerzo muy determinado. Verderamente, se puede decir que
Alemania estaban los meritorios aguantando los jugadores argentinos.
Con un magnifico gol de Goetze en tiempo extra, Alemania gano la mas
querida Copa en el Mundo de futbol.
La estrella leyenda Messi fue muy descorajada de no agarrar aquella Copa del Mundo 2014 con un gigante Argentina. No fue sin una batalla de Alemania para poder deroccar un equipo como Argentina.
Ahora, sin embargo, aqui viene EURO 2016 donde Alemania se conteste contra Gibraltar, tratando de calificar para esta etapa de futbol.
Asi que, Alemania se afronta con Gibraltar--en la fecha 14 de Noviembre.
Aqui estan los Campeones del Mundo 2014!
[Escrito por: Georges Jean, Debate Y Pensamientos Sobre
El Juego de Futbol Y Otras Ediciones Sociales]
World Rankings: November 27, 2014
FIFA rankings for this month has seeded World champions Germany in
1st place, while Argentina is yet at 2nd position.
Haiti, nonetheless, has made good progress, jumping to 68th according
to FIFA website. Czech Republic is within 17th, ahead of both USA (28th)
and Mexico (20th); Czech Republic even inches ahead of Poland (40th) who tops
Group D over EURO 2016 qualifier.
Almost numerous teams have made tremendous progress for this month!
Russia (31st) is likely advancing in ranking!
FIFA Ranking has been misinterpreted and for this purpose I had written a number of articles which shed some light on this key element of soccer. These editions were commented on earlier posts, giving a brief tab relating to this ranking. Lamentably, I visited some sites in which I realized that most soccer fans who comment on soccer are based on non-inquisitive inclinations where a soccer match is judged emotionally rather than knowledge about the game!
While numerous soccer fans are in darkness in terms of why FIFA Ranking plays a mainstay in soccer, there are cagey fans/commentators who refer to this ranking in order to evaluate a soccer team. To that aspect of the game, you don't have to memorize the formula used by FIFA to assess the ranking of a team, but you may have to know the basis, at least!
Most people are confused, furthermore, when it comes to an international friendly match or an exhibition fixture. Some will say, e.g., 'this was just a friendly--so it's not that important'; nonetheless, FIFA Ranking would be quite useless whether they would say the same thing! Clearly, a friendly game is different from an exhibition game.
An international friendly match does count in FIFA Ranking! In fact, FIFA assigns points to a friendly, Confederation qualifiers match, World FIFA Cup winner. When you mention an exhibition game, points are not given--it is simply to entertain a particular event such as when an organization fosters help.
What, then, is in question about this FIFA Ranking?
FIFA Ranking can be reduced to this statement: FIFA Ranking is a system which evaluates points for matches relating to Importance, Strength, Confederation.
While I will let the calculation for those who work for FIFA, I will highlight only two main points of that ranking. Firstly, a team gets 1.0 for winning a friendly, which means this point is entered into the formula. Then, a FIFA World cup winner squad obtains 4.0--equally figured in the formula!
A friendly match counts in the ranking! For instance, Germany were crushed by Argentina on the last friendly on home soil--that, too, will aggregate in FIFA monthly ranking. Probably, you have heard the rant of some soccer fans stating: 'This friendly match did not look so friendly at all!' The answer is evident because you see how brutal the play is such as a rude tackle, etc. A good or a smart squad always takes a 'friendly' seriously!
INIERNATIONAL FRIENDLY MATCH FOCUS
In addition to the above article in which I related to the importance of FIFA rankings, I want to further this pertinent notion for those who spout that there is nothing to gain by winning an international friendly. In view that the insinuation of an international friendly match is given preponderance by FIFA rankings, let us see what I venture to explain in relation to the rankings for this month of September 2014. Firstly, despite losing an international friendly match, Germany is still on top, being seeded in first place, while Argentina occupies the second place. Why is that? Because of the fact that Argentina did not accumulate enough points in earlier bouts, Argentina could not move ahead of Germany. Netherlands, however, drops in ranking because Netherlands lost two friendlies. We see, therefore, Colombia is now in third place instead of Netherlands! Do you see my point? Losing an international friendly means that a team may drop in points. Although a friendly match casts the fact that a manager will assess different tactics in other matches, it provides an opportunity to the players to display what they can do in tandem on the field. Basically, the coach will know which players he can opt for in significant future matches!
In conclusion, there is some importance to both the manager and his players winning an international friendly match.
Friendly: Italy 2-0 Holland
Today's international friendly, September 4, 2014, squared Italy vs. Netherlands, where Italy edged out Netherlands 2-0. That match was played in Bari, Italy, giving a clear advantage to Italy.
Netherlands, if we recalled, had shined in the World Cup, only to succumb to Argentina over the semifinals. In fact, Netherlands could have been into the finals contending with Germany.
Netherlands, furthermore, missed a number of golden opportunities to win a few World Cups [1974-2010-2014].
However, I surmise that Holland will be victorious clinching a World Cup someday!
A thing that we should direct our attention to is that international friendlies are somewhat essential due to FIFA Ranking and to assess the stride of a squad. For instance, whether Argentina proceed on winning various friendlies, Argentina will shine over Germany in ranking.
Germany, losing to Argentina, in the latest friendly, will not resonate well on home soil. That will only indicate that Germany have to do better, especially competing against unrelenting rivals.
Similarly, Holland, the third-place World Cup winner, have to perform in a more positive fashion in order to move on the game! Progressing does not stop once a squad has ended the World Cup.
Finally, Holland may win a World Cup someday!
EURO- Qualification 2016
By Georges Jean: October 15, 2014
Upon completion of the thrilling 2014 World Cup, where Germany reigned by winning the most-prized position, there follows the 2016 EURO qualifying process--a competition staged every four years with 53 countries participating and 24 teams along with the host country having automatic qualification to emulate. Interestingly, since Germany won the 2014 World Cup, I will encapsulate what is going on with the World-class squads where Germany will contend in order to qualify for the EURO 2016. Firstly, Germany had not played to their potential because of early player retirement and players ruled out by virtue of injuries.
Secondly, Germany are placed in a six-group team alongside Poland, Ireland, Scotland, Georgia, and Gibraltar, where Poland top the group with 7 points--being pooled with Ireland having respectively 7 points. Besides, Germany and Scotland managed to an unexciting 4 points apiece. Gibraltar, in fact, have 0 point, while Georgia lean to 3 points. As a Champion team, Germany had naively failed to play well in the group, though I could figure why: Bastian Schweinsteiger, a noted midfielder, is sidelined for injuries--and a few key players are missing! Will Germany qualify for the EURO 2016, even though they have been crushed by Poland 2-0? Be mindful that Poland top the group--Ireland are on top of Germany!
I have to respond "yes" that Germany can still slot to a best- third placed finisher whether Scotland lose to Ireland on November 14--12 PM. Yet, even if Germany win over Gibraltar [0 pt.] on Nov. 14--14:45, Germany will gain 3 points, making a total of 7 points . This scenario means both Poland and Ireland will be the 1st and 2nd placed teams in the group! Over this predicament, if Scotland defeat Ireland in November 14, Scotland will be the best third-placed team--then, Germany will have to go to the play-offs to qualify for EURO 2016.
In spite of qualifying complications, Germany might win over Gibraltar. To be placed as the best-third squad, Germany's fate, finally, depends on Scotland losing to Ireland, reiterating my earlier argument about that qualification procedure!. I hope that this brief elucidation has given you some notion about the intricacy of EURO 2016 by highlighting the World Champions 2014 Germany.