Brazil World Cup 2014.
16 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Emily Wu
Scoop.it!

Luis Felipe Scolari exclusive

Luis Felipe Scolari exclusive | Brazil World Cup 2014. | Scoop.it
They're the hosts and the favourites, so Brazil coach Luis Felipe Scolari has a very interesting discussion about the 2014 FIFA World Cup Group A that includes Mexico, Cameroon and Croatia.
Emily Wu's insight:

Luis Felipe Scolari's exclusive, is a very biased opinion about the choice on Brazil being the ideal location on the World Cup hosts. Since we found out earlier about the corruption involved in FIFA, I personally find this very hard to take seriously, since the countries normally don't make any revenue and it's FIFA that takes all the money. It seems as though it has been written by the FIFA officials and not the coach. He talks about how it would bring a lot of tourism to the country;all of which is a very biased and negative opinion.  

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Emily Wu
Scoop.it!

U.S. fans shouldn't be worried about Cristiano Ronaldo

U.S. fans shouldn't be worried about Cristiano Ronaldo | Brazil World Cup 2014. | Scoop.it
MANAUS, Brazil – The United States faces Portugal Sunday in a match that would send the Americans through to the second round of the World Cup with a win. In the days leading up to the match, Portu...
Emily Wu's insight:

The article outlines the importance of Portugal in regards to the world cup. It reinstates the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo, although is a good player, isn’t the only one on the team. Without the help of his mates, the game just can’t go on and in the end they walk home with no victory at all. Fans shouldn’t be worried about Ronaldo, he doesn’t need the attention. Although it is hard to determine, the message is likely to be conveyed in a rather negative light. It persuades the audience to think twice about who to worry about, making them feel like they were giving attention to un-necessary sports stars.

more...
Emily Wu's comment, June 24, 2014 12:53 AM
metra*
Metra Ansari's comment, June 24, 2014 1:05 AM
Emily Wu needs to go home
Emily Wu's comment, June 24, 2014 1:05 AM
Metra Ansari needs a break
Scooped by Emily Wu
Scoop.it!

Tim Cahill scores his greatest goal but earns suspension to ensure World Cup farewell

Tim Cahill scores his greatest goal but earns suspension to ensure World Cup farewell | Brazil World Cup 2014. | Scoop.it

BSocceroos star Tim Cahill endured the ultimate night of mixed emotions against the Netherlands on Thursday morning, scoring perhaps the goal of his career before earning a suspension for the next game against Spain.

Emily Wu's insight:

Tim Cahill, ultimately Australia’s best soccer player had earned his yellow card, not long after scoring what could possibly be the goal of his entire career. Cahill however, responded with “there is no sadness. I play for today, not tomorrow.” He indulgently stated the fact that there was nothing better than believing in yourself and your team and although he wouldn’t ever be playing again he was proud his goal was now a part of the World Cup history.
His words contained appositive light as he happily exclaimed that he was proud of his doing. The article is written to influence ones behaviour, it is written to state the victory of the Socceroos even after Cahill’s (their best player) downfall. It intrigues the audience and give an impression to be a proud victor of the Australian Socceroos.

more...
Krystal Malafu's comment, June 24, 2014 12:51 AM
Good insight
Scooped by Emily Wu
Scoop.it!

Tweet from @TeleFootball

Tweet from @TeleFootball | Brazil World Cup 2014. | Scoop.it
Emily Wu's insight:

Peter Odemwingie’s goal helped the Super Eagles to victory. However, they were only lucky because Edin Dzeko had earlier a harshly ruled out a goal in the game. Referee Peter O’Leary was criticized for ruling out the strike. During the full-time whistle he was seemingly spotted ‘celebrating’ with the Nigeria goalkeeper. This strikes the audience as shocking as it is an act of betrayal; therefore having a highly negative impact.  

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Emily Wu
Scoop.it!

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: FIFA and the World Cup (HBO) - YouTube

John Oliver's excitement for the World Cup is tempered by knowing information about FIFA, the organization that produces it. John details the problems with t...
Emily Wu's insight:

This clip features 'John Oliver's opinion about the World Cup. John Oliver has a great sense of humour and brings his message forward to us in a way which we find rather entertaining. Although his humour is quite rude sometimes he delivers highly important and significant ideas and the truth about the "FIFA" community.  John details the problems with the current tournament in Brazil and the staggering accusation of dishonesty against FIFA. This features a rather insighted piece of ‘honesty’ of the Brazil World cup, but none of which is good news. It attracts a negative behaviour/ reaction when viewed. It influences the audience to think that ‘FIFA’ itself is of dishonesty and the entire organization works hard to hide its flaws.

more...
No comment yet.