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Friday, June 25, 2010

Few minutes barelly passed and Ivory Coast did it again. The score is now North Korea 0-2 Ivory Coast

 

24 Ivory Coast fans have their backs turned on the play, which I think speaks volumes about their confidence in their team securing victory today.

23 North Korea have a free-kick in a dangerous position. Tiote is the guilty party, and 25-yards from goal, Hong curls it just wide of the upright.

22 Nearly more trouble as Drogba gets his head on a cross, but the ball is deflected away by North Korea. No corner given, though, and the goal survives another beating.

20 The record books will show Romaric got the goal – but Drogba deserves all the credit. The Chelsea striker takes down a floated cross, and in one movement, rolls his man before smashing a half-volley against the underside of the bar. It bounces back out and Romaric is on hand to nod it past the stranded keeper. 2-0 Ivory Coast.

GOAL! 2-0 IVORY COAST!

Read more: http://www.livestreetjournal.net/sports/world-cup-2010-north-korea-0-2-ivory-coast.html#ixzz0rsVLotpA

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Romaric was born on June 4th, 1983 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koffi_Ndri_Romaric

June 4th, 1983

6 + 4 +1+9+8+3 = 31 = his life lesson = what he is here to learn = Competition.  Challenges.  Tests.  Contests.  Competitor.  Contender.  Opponent.  Scrimmage.  Practice.  Training.  Stir.  Catalyst.  Reaction.  Striving to be #1.  Rising to the challenge.  Personal best.  Outdoing yourself.

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June 4th

6 + 4 +2+0+1+0 = 13 = his personal year (from June 4th, 2010 to June 3rd, 2011)

13 year + 6 (June) = 19 = his personal month (from June 4th, 2010 to July 3rd, 2010) = Beaming.  Proud of his hard earned success. 

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June 25, 2010

Yaya Toure, Koffi Romaric N’Dri and Salomon Kalou all scored for Ivory Coast in a 3-0 win over North Korea at the World Cup, but the Elephants still won’t advance to the round of 16.

Ivory Coast started Friday needing a big win and a Portugal loss to Brazil to have any chance of moving on. But Brazil and Portugal tied 0-0, putting the Portuguese into the next round. Yaya Toure, Koffi Romaric N’Dri and Salomon Kalou all scored for Ivory Coast in a 3-0 win over North Korea at the World Cup, but the Elephants still won’t advance to the round of 16.

Ivory Coast started Friday needing a big win and a Portugal loss to Brazil to have any chance of moving on. But Brazil and Portugal tied 0-0, putting the Portuguese into the next round.

from:  http://soccernet.espn.go.com/report?id=264071&cc=5901&ver=us

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Salomon Kalou was born  on August 5th, 1985 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salomon_Kalou

August 5th

8 + 5 +2+0+0+9 = 24 = his personal year (from August 5th, 2010 to August 4th, 2010)

24 year+ 6 (June) = 30 = his personal month (from June 5th, 2010 to July 4th, 2010) = Soccer.

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Friday, June 25, 2010

Few minutes barelly passed and Ivory Coast did it again. The score is now North Korea 0-2 Ivory Coast

 

24 Ivory Coast fans have their backs turned on the play, which I think speaks volumes about their confidence in their team securing victory today.

23 North Korea have a free-kick in a dangerous position. Tiote is the guilty party, and 25-yards from goal, Hong curls it just wide of the upright.

22 Nearly more trouble as Drogba gets his head on a cross, but the ball is deflected away by North Korea. No corner given, though, and the goal survives another beating.

20 The record books will show Romaric got the goal – but Drogba deserves all the credit. The Chelsea striker takes down a floated cross, and in one movement, rolls his man before smashing a half-volley against the underside of the bar. It bounces back out and Romaric is on hand to nod it past the stranded keeper. 2-0 Ivory Coast.

GOAL! 2-0 IVORY COAST!

19 Hong rattles it toward goal and it flies just wide. Not a bad effort from the midfielder, but Barry’s gloves remain untroubled.

18 North Korea win a free-kick in their opponents half to earn a bit of respite.

16 Romaric has just hit the post. The midfielder has the ball on the wide right before cutting inside and curling an effort on his left foot. It looks destined for the bottom corner but it cannons back off the upright. Unlucky.

15 Ivory Coast are raiding again. North Korea can’t get near them as they come forward.

13 Toure is the hero as he shapes up a delightful shot into the bottom corner. The Barcalona curled that beyond the grasp of Myong-Guk Ri from the edge of the area and it’s 1-0. It’s been coming, you have to say. Will the flood gates open?

GOAL! 1-0 IVORY COAST!

Read more: http://www.livestreetjournal.net/sports/world-cup-2010-north-korea-0-2-ivory-coast.html#ixzz0rsSVKbjk

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Touré Yaya was born on May 13th, 1983 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaya_Tour%C3%A9
May 13th

5 + 13 +2+0+1+0 = 21 = his personal year (from May 13th, 2010 to May 12th, 2011) = Stepping onto the world stage.  Universally appreciated.

21 year + 6 (June) = 27 = his personal month (from June 13th, 2010 to July 12th, 2010) = First (goal).

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