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Revelation of World Cup Stars

Almost all sporting events limelight constellations of stars. As far as World Cup Football competition is concerned lots of rising stars shine brilliantly, like Zico, Ronaldo, Kaka, Romario, Maradona, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Oscar, Neymar, Thomas Muller (my favourite before 2010). They are mostly from South America especially from Brazil.

Out of all these stars, there is only one spectacular player. He is the one and only Edson Arantes do Nascimento popularly known as KING PELE (initially nick named Dico). Pelé is often considered as the master of soccer and in Brazil is a national hero. This magical footballer is considered to be one of the greatest soccer players of all time. Pelé began playing for Santos Team at 15 and the  Brazil National Football Team at the age of16 for the Minor Team League and was coached by his father Dondinho, a football star himself. Pelé’s favourite player was called Bilé-goalkeeper of Vasco Team. He could not pronounce the name properly and instead pronounced Bilé as Pelé. It is from here that Edson Arantes do Nascimento was nick named as Pelé.

Pelé was in the Brazilian World Cup squad in 1958 and he won three World Cups with Brazil. He scored 1281 goals in his career and 12 out of the 14 World cup goals. In 1999, Pelé was elected Athlete of the Century by the IOC, and was named in Time magazine's list of 100 most influential people of the 20th century. In 2013 he received the FIFA Ballon d’Or Prix d’Honneur in recognition of his career and achievements as a global icon of football. In total Pelé scored 1281 goals in 1363 games, including unofficial friendlies and tour games, for which he was listed in the Guinness World Records for most career goals scored in football. He won three FIFA World Cups: 19581962 and 1970, the only player ever to do so, and is the all-time leading goal scorer for Brazil with 77 goals in 92 games. In 2000, he was awarded Player of the Century including his many other great achievements. Today, President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff has asked Pelé to serve as the honorary ambassador for the 2014 World Cup.

Shooting Star Rodriguez

The FIFA WC 2014 has seen James Rodriguez, (number 10) of Colombia Team, as the shooting star with 6 world cup goals. Although Colombia has been eliminated, the Team has marked history by reaching quarter finals for the first time. The striking scene according to me was the one where David Luiz goal scorer and Dani Alves defender, both of Brazilian Team, were consoling and ‘wiping’ the tears of Rodriguez after the match Brazil v Colombia. They must surely been congratulating him of the successful position reached by Colombia and also of considering him of a Star of FIFA WC 2014. This is the model that all sportsmen/women should adopt in the spirit of sportsmanship, of fair play, of courtesy and of solidarity (say no to racism slogan of FIFA).

James David Rodríguez Rubio was born on 12 July 1991 in Cúcuta, Colombia. In 1995, Rodríguez joined the Envigado Club academy for a period of 9 years. During this time he played for different youth teams of this age (13) taking part in junior championships. He started his career in professional football in 2006 by signing for Envigado Club as midfielder for the 2006/2007 season. He became a regular and a reliable player for almost all the matches for Envigado. From 2006 to 2008 Rodríguez participated in 55 matches and scored 20 goals for his first professional club.

In 2008 Rodríguez signed a contract with the Banfield of Argentina for a two-year contract, scoring 5 goals in 42 matches for Banfield. Then Rodriguez signed a permanent contract in 2010 with the Porto Club of Portugal where he played until 2013. Thereafter, he joined Monaco of France Ligue 1 for a record deal worth around 45 million euros. From 2007 to 2011 James Rodríguez made 16 appearances for the Colombia U-17 and U-20 national teams scoring 6 goals. Since 2011 he has been appearing for the Colombia National Squad.

The Colombian Team won all the three qualifying round of 16 with 9 points and knocked out Uruguay in the 1/8th round but lost against Brazil 1-2 for the quarter finals. However, Star Rodriguez (number 10) scored 6 goals during all the 5 matches. Rodriguez scored one in each but two against Uruguay, the first of which is considered as the best goal out of the 10 of the 2014 tournament. Today, aged 23, James Rodriguez is in the focus of Manchester United and Real Madrid. His tears will no doubt flow for the joys awaiting him in more prestigious international clubs.

In contrast, Luiz Alberto Suarez Diaz, although has a successful career, crashed like a meteorite causing disruption of conduct ethics. He did not have the spirit of sportsmanship, of fair play and of courtesy. As a habitual offender in two previous occasions, he has been sanctioned by FIFA for biting the shoulder of player Giorgio Chiellini during the match against Italy at the qualifying 16 round. Luis Suarez (1) has been suspended for nine international matches and banned for four months from all football related activity; (2)is prohibited from entering any stadium for the four months of the ban and (3) has been fined 100,000 Swiss francs (£66,000). FIFA should have been harsher as a deterrent. What is the use of shaking hands with all the opponents, with the referees and officials, of saying no to racism and of chanting the national anthem before the match? Suarez is surely shedding tears for his gross misconduct.

 Brazil and Floods

Brazil is located in the zone between the Equator and the whole of the Tropic of Capricorn. As such the whole land mass of the North is warm up to 330 Celsius in winter under the influence of the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone. So, humidity, heat, thunderstorms, cyclones, rainfalls and drought are inevitable. The South is rather colder reaching 00Celsius in the zone of the Sub-Tropical area. This is a zone where there are lots of convection interact with the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC). That is why rainfalls appear more abundant here. Click here to verify.

In fact, Torrential Rain occurred during four days at the beginning of June 2014 in the Southern region of Brazil and continued until 15 June. Consequently, this triggered flooding, combined with mud, of River Parana which flows all along the frontiers of Paraguay in the West and of Argentina in the South. Moreover, Rivers Piquiri and Ivai which run inside Brazil were also swollen. Inevitably, ‘130 cities of Brazil were under state of emergency’ according to Reuters report. In addition, 10 persons were killed by the flood in the state of Parana Brazil. The city of Curitiba, which has one of the 12 official World Cup stadiums, was affected together with the tourist resorts found along Iguazu River that flows between Brazil and Argentina.  More than 31,000 families have been affected, of whom 1,600 families had to be evacuated from their homes in Paraguay.

NASA Terra Satellite passed on that zone on 11 and 12 June 2014 at the crucial inauguration and kick off of the FIFA World Cup and imaged the swollen rivers mentioned above. Click here to verify.

The National Institute of Meteorology (INMET) was created by Decree 7672 of President Nile, on November 18, 1909, The Bank of Meteorological Data INMET already incorporated in digital form, in its collection, daily information collected since 1961weather data approximately 12 million documents. The INMET has a National Meteorological Library with a collection of about 20 thousand volumes on meteorology and related areas, including rare works of the ancient Imperial Observatory.

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