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Learn how to save a penalty kick in 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.
8 Jun 2010
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*******defootballworld****Japan Paraguay Penalty Shots. Paraguay wins to 5-3 and heads to semifinals.*******defootballworld****
30 Jun 2010
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4 Jul 2010
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from the U19 championship this is one of the best penalty's you will see. Calvente scores to take Spain through to the world cup semi's. Spain 3-0 Ita;y
27 Jul 2010
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Funny penalty, Genius penalty.
28 Jul 2010
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Martin Palermo missing three penalties in one goal in Argentina vs Colombia
16 Aug 2010
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Moroccan goalkeeper starts his celebration too early after saving the penalty
11 Sep 2010
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30 Sep 2010
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21 Oct 2010
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Visit www.senspedia****. After being hooked by Mike Komisarek, Mike Fisher converts on a penalty shot against J.S. Giguere in the Ottawa Senators win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on November 2, 2010. The NHL owns the copyright for all audio and video and the content is uploaded solely for discussion purposes.
3 Nov 2010
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Visit www.senspedia****. Ian Mendes interviews Mike Fisher after scoring a penalty shot goal on J.S. Giguere during the Ottawa Senators vs Toronto Maple Leafs game on November 2, 2010. The NHL owns the copyright for all audio and video and the content is uploaded solely for discussion purposes.
3 Nov 2010
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Very strange penalty kick
10 Nov 2010
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download link: *******transfersend****/IngaAst4218/Penalty YouTube - Fifa 11 PC - Penalty Kicks Gameplay Crack CD Key Click this to watch Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 E3 2010 Gameplay Trailer [HD] PES 2011 vs FIFA 11 ft. Klose from Germany and Tuncay from Turkey by NTM (PES 2011) Sports I introduce myself and explain why I play PES 2011.
8 Jan 2011
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BY BARBARA MANINGAT ANCHOR JESSICA HORD You're watching multisource sports news analysis from Newsy “Oh my goodness! Oh my...” “Even the fans in the stands were stunned Tuesday night when Max Pacioretty’s head hit the glass partition between the benches. Taken out on a stretcher, the Montreal forward is now in-hospital with a broken back and a concussion. He may never play hockey again.” (CTV Toronto) Ouch. This hit by Boston Bruins Zdeno Chara has the world of hockey tip-toeing on the ice -- with the NHL, Quebec criminal prosecutors and a major sponsor taking action. The NHL and Commissioner Gary Bettman announced Chara will not be fined or suspended for the hit. This prompted Quebec to begin a criminal investigation on the Bruins’ forward. (Video from YouTube) Chara told the press he had no intention of severely injuring his opponent, but hockey fans can’t help but wonder if he meant to do it. (Video from NESN) ESPN analysts note the strong rivalry between the teams, but say in the end -- it was just bad timing. “[P]eople are saying Chara knew that Stanchion was there, we call it the turnbuckle. He did not know it was there. Chara watch it, it takes a second for that hit and for him to hit his head on the turnbuckle.” But if severe hits like this continue, the league is at risk of losing major financing, and as Air Canada tells Market Watch... (Video from NESN) “Unless the NHL takes immediate action with serious suspensions to the players in question to curtail these life threatening injuries, Air Canada will withdraw its sponsorship of hockey.” ...but a CBS Sports writer says a change in the league’s penalty system’s is going to be hard to enforce. “In essence, the intent of Rule 48 and the NHL's disciplinary process has been to effect a change in players' attitudes toward each other on the ice, mainly to avoid taking advantage of an opponent who is in a vulnerable position. … Often they go unpenalized, or minimally, as with Chara. It's part of the culture that is a challenge to change." NHL Players Association President Donald Fehr wants to focus the arena -- not the players. The Boston Herald picked up his idea. FEHR: “... [I]ssues involving the boards and glass in NHL arenas have been a longstanding focus for the players. The serious nature of the injury suffered by Max Pacioretty (PATCH-EE-OR-ET-EE) in Montreal this week reinforces the importance of maximizing the safety in this area and highlights the need to look further into the matter.” Fehr says the Players Association will inspect NHL rinks to reinforce padding. One NESN reporter takes a closer look at some over-looked arena hazards -- like the photographer ports in the dividing glass. “… [W]hy they have these little things is anybody’s guess because a puck going 100 mph or a 200 lb man going 25 mph, this thing’s just going to become a ballistic object and somebody’s going to have a nice souvenir sticking out the side of his head in the front row. … Because of these little, tiny things, in the course of a 1,230 game NHL season, almost every geometric possibility is going to come into play." So, should hockey hits have harsher penalties? Or, are hard hits just part of the game? Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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Analysis of Owen's Penalty claim Arsenal v Man Utd - 01-May-2011
2 May 2011
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14 Jun 2011
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