2018 has left us and we have started 2019 with a bang! And like every year, most people have a lot of new year’s resolutions. We all have friends who have the same resolutions every year, just because they never live up to it. Where is this coming from and what can you do about it?
When the World Cup is over, it’s time to draw up the balance. What can we say about the World Cup as a whole? Well, in general I thought it was a very exciting World Cup. The so called “weak” countries were often not weaker than their opponents.
The biggest soccer event has started in Russia, but it’s not really a hot topic in The Netherlands, which is quite understandable as we do not participate. However, to me, the World Cup is always attractive when the time is there, because African countries participate.
The impact that Spain has on me is huge. I was thinking of the cause of this and the following things came to my mind..
To be displaced as a child is not a good thing, but for me it has had its advantages as well. As a soccer player I have always been able to adapt easily to a new environment, different cultures and people.
The Colchoneros have won the Europa Leage with great conviction. Although the start of the game was for Olympique, they did not turn their chances into a lead. The men of el Cholo got off with a fright. Olympique got more confidence and started taking more and more risks in their play. That is exactly what Atletico wants.
We have entered into the crucial part of the season: The European competitions are about to reach their climax and the finalists are known.
Nowadays it is often associated with sports and athletes, but what is it? How do you recognize it? Where does it come from and where does it go? What can it do for me? And does it only concern sport and athletes?