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The first Football World cup was organised on July 13, 1930, in host city Montevideo, Uruguay and Uruguay itself was the team to win the World cup, as far as I remember... Golden Goals, the online football portal can provide the ancient history about football. Football News Golden Goals com

Soccer | Answered on May 28, 2019


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Soccer | Answered on Apr 23, 2019


face book, twitter etc will get you this information

Soccer | Answered on Nov 07, 2018


It was most probably England who founded the first soccer rules.... To know more and exact answer, you can check out Goldengoals, the online Football website. Football News Golden Goals com

Soccer | Answered on Sep 11, 2018


The four instances are:

1. Indirect free kicks to the attacking team in their opponents' goal (or 6-yard) area.
2. Free kicks for the defending team in their own goal area.
3. Free kicks involving a player leaving the field of play.
4. When the Law specifies a different position (as in Laws 3, 11 & 12)

Soccer | Answered on Nov 17, 2017


First of all,u should practice hard before giving trial to the UJ CLUB ,AND JUST BELIEVE IN YOURSELF ..

Soccer | Answered on Aug 02, 2017


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Soccer | Answered on Aug 02, 2017


If your car is a VW, indicates low fuel pressure at the rail. Also
then likely the pcv or if you are unlucky its the rear main seal, very expensive to fix. Any symptoms?

Secret Passage... | Answered on Apr 07, 2017


Hello Jeff Poe,

Assuming you are talking about the MANUAL TRANSMISSION... simply because of the "FASTWAY" product you are posted under... (appears to be the old "three on the tree") column shifter.

And

Assuming ALL your shift bushings are new & firm
You can have an assistant find and hold the neutral
(fully disengaged... but middle of the "H" position)

In the car: Have your assistant select the first & reverse positons. Under the vehicle: Carefully observe the throw in each direction.

Underneath at the transmission shift lever: Pull the cotter-pin and remove the washer from 1st (1st & reverse) gear shift lever.

Manually operate the shift lever to feel the exact center of its disengaged position (after assuring your assistant is holding the shift lever in the middle of the lever throw... adjust the lever to lengthen or shorten to precisely match that centered position.
If the vehicle has been used... very little adjustment should be required. Place the pivot pin, restore the washer and fit a new cotter-pin.

Repeat the process for the 2nd (2nd & 3rd) gear shift lever.

Hope this helps.

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Fastway... | Answered on Aug 01, 2016


Ok, go to your bathroom, look at the mirror and if you see a face there, probably you are a human.

Soccer | Answered on Apr 24, 2015


One of the reasons soccer is a great sport is because it requires so little gear. Like in any sport, you should make sure your son is equipped with a large water bottle and that he wears shorts and a t-shirt that are breathable. If he is just starting out, he doesn't need to have cleats yet. It's better for beginners to learn to play without cleats so that they don't injure themselves or their teammates. The most important piece of equipment is shin guards that are fitted to the length of your sons lower leg.

Soccer | Answered on Jan 07, 2015

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