Thomas V S Page

I found your text interesting with hardly any mistakes !!! and it is well organised but you should have reduced the size of some of the photos. Another problem is that there is a lot of repetition ! Even if the texts are interesting ou should have made them more "personal". I know you carried out a lot of research to do the work on this page but your texts should be entirely written by yourself and not "taken" directly from some website or written by someone who speaks perfect English !

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The english game

football history :

Professional football we know was born in England, in the 19th century thanks to English schools which are were gradually integrating sport into their curriculum.The first game codes written date from the middle of the 19th century (1848 in Cambridge). Except that each team has had its own rules, making matches problematic. The British codify and organize codified and organized football inspired by cricket and baseball, these two collective sports being already structured before the emergence of football. Professional leagues, championships and other cups are were created. In 1857, the first non-school club was founded, the Sheffield Football Club.
In 1863 the English selection was created. The English Football Association (Football Association) was created in 1863 to unify the regulations. In 1867, The Youdan Cup, the first competition takes took place in Sheffield and it's it was Hallam FC who has won the trophy. The FA cup is was the first national competition in 1871. The first meeting of the England football team took place on 30 November 1872 against its neighbor: the Scottish football team. The first national and professional championship was contested in 1888-1889. From the 1990s, foreign businessmen bought the main clubs in the United Kingdom and listed them on the stock market. The British first division left the national federation in 1992: it was fully privatized and renamed "Premier League".

Top 10 premier league clubs :

10- Newcastle united

Newcastle has won the premier league 4 times.

9- Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday has won the premier league 4 times.

8- Sunderland

Sunderland has won the premier league 6 times.

7- Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC has won the premier league 6 times.

6- Manchester City

Manchester City has won the premier league 6 times.

5- Aston Villa

Aston Villa has won the premier league 7 times.

4- Everton FC

Everton FC has won the premier league 9 times.

3- Arsenal FC

Arsenal FC has won the premier league 13 times.

2- Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC has won the premier league 18 times.

1- Manchester United

Manchester United has won the premier league 20 times.

Top 10 premier league icons :

10- Michael Ballack

German footballer born in 1976 playing for played as midfielder at for Chelsea between 2006 and 2010. He played 165 matches and scored 26 goals for the Blues.

9- George Best

Northern Irish footballer born in 1946 in Belfast playing for played as a right winger at for Manchester United between 1963 and 1974. He played 474 matches and scored 181 goals for the Red Devils.

8- Éric Cantona

Nicknamed Eric the king by supporters.
French footballer born in 1966 in Marseille playing for as an attacker at for Manchester United between 1992 and 1997. He played 188 matches and scored 82 goals for the Red Devils.
It was in the Queen's country that Eric cantona became the king.

7- Dennis Bergkamp

Dutch footballer born in 1969 in Amsterdam playing for as an attacker at for Arsenal between 1995 and 2006. He played 423 matches and scored 120 goals for the Gunners.

6- Didier Drogba

Ivorian footballer born in 1978 in Abidjan playing for striker at as an** attacker at for Chelsea between 2004 and 2012 and between 2014 and 2015. He played 381 matches and scored 164 goals for the Blues.

5- Roy Keane

Irish footballer born in 1971 in Cork playing for as midfielder at for Manchester United between 1993 and 2005. He played 480 matches and scored 51 goals for the Red Devils.

4- Patrick Vieira

French footballer born in 1976 in Dakar playing for as midfielder at for Arsenal between 1996 and 2005. He played 406 matches and scored 34 goals for the Gunners.

3- Cristiano Ronaldo

Portuguese footballer born in 1985 in Funchal playingplaying for as an attacker at for Manchester United between 2003 and 2009. He played 292 matches and scored 118 goals for the Red Devils.

2- Thierry Henry

French footballer born in 1977 in Ulis playing for striker at as an attacker for Arsenal between 1999 and 2007. He played 370 matches and scored 226 goals for the Gunners.

1- Ryan Giggs

Welsh footballer born in 1973 in Cardiff playing for left middle at centre-left for Manchester United between 1991 and 2014. He played 963 matches and scored 169 goals for the Red Devils.

English selection :

Peter Shilton is the most selected English player with 125 caps.
Wayne Rooney is the best scorer in the English selection with 53 goals.
England won the 1966 World Cup final 4 - 2 against Germany with a Geoffrey Hurst treble.
The three lions won the world cup in 1966.

Top 10 icons of the English selection :

10- David Beckham

David Beckham is was born in 1975. He played 115 matches and scored 17 goals for The Three Lions. (midfielder)

9- Michael Owen

Michael Owen is was born in 1979. He played 89 matches and scored 40 goals for The Three Lions. (Striker)

8- Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand is was born in 1978. He played 81 matches and scored 3 goals for The Three Lions. (central defender)

7- Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard is was born in 1978. He played 106 matches and scored 29 goals for The Three Lions. (midfielder)

6- Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes is was born in 1974. He played 66 matches and scored 14 goals for The Three Lions. (midfielder)

5- Alan Shearer

Alan Shearer is was born in 1970. He played 63 matches and scored 30 goals for The Three Lions. (striker)

4- Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard is was born in 1980. He played 114 matches and scored 21 goals for The Three Lions. (midfielder)

3- Gordon Banks (world champion 1966)

Gordon Banks is was born in 1937 and died in 2019. He played 73 matches for The Three Lions. (goalkeeper)
Anecdote: 1970, world cup, England against brazil. Pele hits and Banks pulls out an incredible clean sheet.
Pele says : "Today I scored a goal but Banks stopped it"
Today it is called "the clean sheet of the century".
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2- Bobby Moore (world champion 1966)

Bobby Moore is was born in 1941 and died in 1993. He played 108 matches and scored 2 goals for The Three Lions. (central defender)

1- Gary Lineker

Gary Lineker is was born in 1960. He played 80 matches and scored 48 goals for The Three Lions. (striker)

Today, English football dominates Europe with record transfers, international super stars, major European clubs and an excellent championships.

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