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Ecuador`s review 2013

This summer Ecuador has played against various games like: Ecuador vs chile, Ecuador vs Uruguay, etc. T

he last games weren’t the best because we had the

bad luck that we lost not just a great player but also a friend, chucho benitez a

great man who died with the dream of getting to the world cup. Luck wasn’t on our side when we played against Peru, our players weren’t the same without chucho and their confidence wasn’t the best, although this loss gave

them the confidence to win, Ecuador was delighted with the incredible games that we had. At the end we played VS Chile, here it

didn’t matter if we won but we couldn’t lose. At the end we both got into the world cup luckily there weren’t no last time surprises.

The first game of 2013 was Ecuador vs Paraguay, one of our best games we had, we won 4-1. This game was a great start to the year it showed that Ecuador when they want to play good and to win they can and with this great win they have showed Ecuador and the world what we are able to do in a real

match. Games like this we hadn’t had again in the whole

season that was left

of the year although we didn’t had any mayor problems with big losses. The

good about this game was that the players had confidence on their skills and on their team and us all had the confidence of winning this amazing game. One big problem that we had was that we lost a great player a man who knew what he did, his loss made the players and even all the country sad and with confidence of winning anything, game after game the country could see how

bad the players were doing and we couldn’t focus on the game everybody was

confused and sad about chucho, he made big things for Ecuador and he was a great friend for the players so in the games they were sad and they coul

dn’t do

their best. In the games they gave 1 minute of silence for him and all the country had very clear that chucho just wanted to get to the world cup he wanted to show the world what we could do and sure his last wish was get to the world cup with Ecuador. The players knew after some games that the

tragedy was affecting everybody but they knew that sitting down to cry wasn’t

exactly the way of getting it over so what they did was go into the pitch get the ball and make chuchos dream possible and with defence and goals we went to the world cup with the happiness that Ecuador made chuchos dream possible.

In conclusion the games weren’t the best although we had some great pros but

at the same time we had a lot of cons, the confidence that we had at the start

Fifa World Cup Essay

It’s was no surprise that the momentum took place and heated up for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. This particular tournament is the world’s largest and most-watched sporting event with 30 billion viewers over the course of the event. From a business standpoint, it’s the most important platform for sporting goods companies to market their brands. Brands are appealing to boost their profile and sales by tapping into the passion surrounding the World Cup, but while some are official sponsors, others are just benefiting from any desirable side effect.
Football was a game played between two teams of 11 players each, 10 field players and a goalkeeper per team. The game lasted 90 minutes, consisting of two 45-minute halves of running time. It was played with an oval ball, on a rectangular grass field with a goal on either end. Excluding the goalkeeper, the ball was controlled only with the feet, legs, torso and head (the use of hands or arms was prohibited) and the team scoring the most goals by the end of the game was the winner.
Football was the most popular sport in the world, by both viewership and participation, and was continuing to grow. In 2006, Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the international governing body for football, estimated that 265 million people worldwide played football, up from 242 million in 2000. Professional leagues existed throughout the world, though the top talent and most popular clubs were in Western Europe, concentrated in England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France. Since the early 1990’s professional team rosters in Western Europe had become increasingly globalized, with stars from South America, Africa and Asia playing in the top leagues.
The World Cup, FIFA’s flagship event, was a tournament between 32 qualifying nations held once every four years. The first World Cup was held in 1930 in Uruguay. In 2006 the World Cup was held in Germany and drew a cumulative TV viewership of 26.29 billion over the course of the event. It was estimated that nearly half the planet, approximately 3 billion people, watched the 2006 World
Cup final.
The World Cup was the culminating event for national teams, players, fans and promoters and it was the most watched sporting event in the world.
A tournament held every 4 years between 32 qualifying nations around the world and while Adidas has always been the official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup and leader in the football market. How can Nike increase their market share in football and obtain a dominant market share, greater than Adidas? How can Nike separate themselves from their competitors?
In October of 2008, Members of the marketing and football senior leadership teams were gathered to calibrate and refine the company’s strategy leading to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Nike Football’s World Cup 2010 marketing strategy started with delivering top of the line performance product offerings in the form of new cleats, also known as boots and...

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