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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Frederik Lundberg Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

Frederik Lundberg Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Karl Fredrik "Freddie" Ljungberg (born 16 April 1977 in Vittsjo, Sweden) is a retired Swedish footballer. His last club was Shimizu S-Pulse after his contract was terminated by mutual consent. Ljungberg was captain of the Swedish national team until he announced his international retirement after UEFA Euro 2008. On 24 August 2012 Ljungberg announced his retirement from club football after a stint in the J-League after which he was contract-less for 6 months.
Ljungberg was a model for Calvin Klein underwear until 2007. He previously represented brands such as Nike, Procter & Gamble, L'Oreal and currently represents Puma, ESPN and Pepsi, as well as running his own blog since October 2009
Ljungberg, a civil engineer and owner of a construction and consultant business, and Elisabeth Bodil Ljungberg, a Swedish Labor Department worker. On 12 September 1984, the Ljungbergs had another son, Karl Oskar Filip. In 1982, the Ljungberg family left Vittsj? and moved to Halmstad. At first, the tenacious 5-year old would not have any part of moving. Fredrik argued with his parents that he did not want to live in Halmstad. His parents relented and took him to Halmstads BK where he played on the youth team under Olle Eriksson.
From the time he was 5–14, Ljungberg was coached by Eriksson. Eriksson’s impression of the youngster was that he was remarkably talented for his age and that he was considerate of other players noting that Ljungberg would pass the ball to his friends so that they would have a chance to score. Ljungberg credits Eriksson for having a profound effect on his career as well as Brazilian football player, S?crates. Also in his youth, he enjoyed playing ice hockey and developed a talent for handball; he was eventually called up to the national handball team,but decided to focus his attentions on football.
Ljungberg did well in academic subjects as well as sports. When he finished 9th grade his marks averaged 4.1 on the 5-point scale.At 18, Ljungberg decided to attend university to study information technology and economics but struggled to balance the hectic academic timetable with the physically demanding commitments of professional football. Eventually, he quit university to concentrate on his football career
On 27 June 2008 Ljungberg announced that he was ending his 10-year career for the national team. The decision came following Sweden's early exit from Euro 2008. Ljungberg played his last match for Sweden on 18 June 2008 in the 2–0 defeat to Russia in the last group stage match of Euro 2008
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Thomas Ravelli Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery SWEDEN

Thomas Ravelli Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery SWEDEN
Thomas Ravelli (born 13 August 1959 in Vimmerby) is a retired Swedish footballerwho played as a goalkeeper.
His 21-year professional career was almost exclusively associated with ?ster andG?teborg, for whom he amassed Allsvenskan totals of 430 games.
Ravelli also ranked as the Swedish national team's all-time leader in caps, at 143 (also one of best in the world), representing the nation at two World Cups and oneEuropean Championship.
At the club level, Ravelli played for ?sters IF and IFK G?teborg, winning threenational championships in ten seasons with the former, before signing for the latter in 1989 at the age of 29.
With G?teborg, he won a further six leagues and his only Swedish Cup. In 1998, already 39, Ravelli left for the Tampa Bay Mutiny of the Major League Soccer, closing out his career the following year with his first club; in total, he appeared in nearly 600 official matches as a professional.
Ravelli's international career spanned almost two decades, starting in 1981. He played in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 1992, and the 1994 World Cup, withSweden finishing third in the latter tournament, and gained a total of 143 caps.
He is especially well known for saving two penalties during the shootout that ended the quarterfinal match between Sweden and Romania, in the 1994 World Cup in theUnited States, including one in the "sudden death" by Miodrag Belodedici (5–4 win); this feat led to him finishing second in the year's race for Goalkeeper of the Year
Swedish League: 1978, 1980, 1981, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
Swedish Cup: 1991; Runner-up 1982, 1985
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Shunsuke Nakamura Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery STARS JAPAN

Shunsuke Nakamura Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery STARS JAPAN
Shunsuke Nakamura born 24 June 1978 inYokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese footballer who currently plays forYokohama F. Marinos in J. League Division 1. He is one of the most prominent and successful Asian players to have played in Scotland and on 13 September 2006 became the first Japanese player to score in the UEFA Champions Leagueand the fourth Asian player after South Korean Park Ji-Sung, Uzbekistani Maksim Shatskikh and Iranian Ali Daei.[citation needed] He is also well known for his free kick-taking abilities. Asteroid 29986 Shunsuke is also named in his honour.
He has won the AFC Asian Cup in 2000 and 2004 with the Japanese national football team, and was named Most Valuable Player in the 2004 competition. He has also appeared in the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship, and the 2000 Summer Olympics as a member of the Japanese Under-23 team.
In his first season with Celtic, Nakamura helped the club win the Scottish Premier League and Scottish League Cup. He has scored 24 goals for Japan. His former clubs include Espanyol and Reggina. He moved to Celtic on 25 July 2005 for a fee of around £2.75 million.
After the World Cup, Troussier resigned as manager of Japan, and was replaced by former Brazil and Kashima Antlers star Zico. The new coach immediately brought the talented player back to the national team, starting Nakamura in his début against Jamaica.
Zico has lauded Nakamura's improvement since 2002, especially his physical development, stating, "Unquestionably, he has improved a great deal since his move to Serie A. He is the soul of our midfield." Nakamura has flourished under Zico's attacking style and earned his place as the central playmaker. He led Japan to the championship at Asian Cup 2004, where he was named Most Valuable Player, and qualification for the 2006 World Cup Finals.[26] Nakamura also starred for Japan in the 2003 and 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup, scoring a total of 4 goals in 6 matches.
Nakamura was suspended for the World Cup qualification match against North Korea on 8 June 2005 that clinched Japan's place in the 2006 Finals,he nonetheless played a key role in the qualifying run and has replaced Hidetoshi Nakata as the main playmaker in Japan's attack.
In the 2006 FIFA World Cup Nakamura scored the controversial opening goal in Japan's first game against Australia, which Australia came back to win 3–1.
After the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Nakamura retired from international football
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Shinji Ono Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery STARS JAPAN

Shinji Ono Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery STARS JAPAN
Shinji Ono born on 27 September 1979) is aJapanese footballer who plays as a midfielder for A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers. Ono is one of the biggest stars in Asian football, known for his vision, technique and superb passing. Although his primary position is attacking midfielder, he can play anywhere in the midfield, including defensive midfield and either wing.
Ono grew up in the Shizuoka Prefecture and began his professional career with Urawa Red Diamonds in the J. League in 1998. The same year, he became the youngest Japanese player to play at 1998 FIFA World Cup, at age 18. He caught the attention of foreign clubs with his performance at the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship in Nigeria, where he captained the Japanese Under-20 side that reached the final. But later that year, he suffered a severe knee injury in a qualification match for the 2000 Olympicswith Japan's Under-23 side, forcing him to miss the rest of the season and Olympic qualifying. He did not regain full fitness in time for the Olympics in Sydney and Urawa was relegated to Division 2 in his absence. Ono stayed with Urawa for the 2000 season and helped the club return to the top flight.
When fit, Ono was an ever-present member of the Japanese national team. He made his full international debut on 1 April 1998 againstSouth Korea in a friendly. After his appearance in the 1998 World Cup, he was a key member of the Japanese squad in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. He has represented Japan at every age level starting with the U-16 team, and was one of three overage selections at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. Injuries limited Ono to just one appearance in the final round of the qualifiers for the 2006 World Cup and missed the Confederations Cup in 2003 and 2005. He played in his third World Cup finals in Germany
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STARS CZECH Jan Popluhar Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS CZECH  Jan Popluhar Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Jan Popluhar (12 September 1935 – 6 March 2011) was a former Slovak footballplayer who played primarily for club ?K Slovan Bratislava and was also a member of the Czechoslovakia national team, playing in two World Cups (1958 and 1962).
Popluh?r started his football career after high school with RH Brno. However, he is best known for the 15 seasons he spent with ?K Slovan Bratislava where he made 262 competitive appearances in defence, scoring 21 goals, and following further stints with Brno and Zbrojovka Brno finished on 306 Czechoslovakian league games and a goalscoring tally of 24. After finishing his career with Slovan in 1968 he moved to French league side Olympique Lyonnais. Two seasons there were enough, but subsequently he spent five years with Austrian amateur club SK Slovan Vienna as player/coach. Many of the thousands of fans in Vienna thought that Popluh?r would be shown up by players twenty years younger than he was, but this did not happen. However, at the age of 44 Popluh?r realised that his playing career was over.
Slovan Bratislava coach Leopold ??astn? was famous for creating nicknames for his players, and so Popluh?r became known in Slovakian football circles as 'Bimbo'. "I was called this because I always looked, and indeed was, good-natured, and I would never hurt anybody", recalls Popluh?r.
At the 1962 World Cup in Chile, instead of turning the situation to his team's advantage, Popluh?r brought the referee's attention to the injured Pelé. In 1997 he was awarded the World Fair Play award for this sporting act. "I met Pelé several times, the first occasion in Chile and then in various international and club games. He was undoubtedly the best, but there were not many one-to-one situations he won and also not many Slovakian players who scored in the famous Maracana stadium. I belong to this lucky group after I scored with a free kick against Brazil in June 1966", he remembers.
Czechoslovak football was well represented in 1963 at Wembley stadium in a match to mark the centenary of the English Football Association. Popluh?r, along with Svatopluk Pluskal and Josef Masopust, played in a world team that included Alfredo Di Stéfano,Raymond Kopa, Uwe Seeler, Denis Law, Eusébio and Ferenc Pusk?s against an England eleven. Further appearances in all-star teams followed.
Popluh?r was elected Footballer of the Year in the former Czechoslovakia for the first time in 1965 despite the great form of his Czechoslovakian team-mate Josef Masopust. "When I was at my peak, the conditions for a football player were modest here in Czechoslovakia, but the spirit and support of the spectators was incredible. I am not sure that today's players, however, would want to return to my era," he said.
After working for a sports company that went bankrupt and suffering prolonged health problems resulting in a modest invalidity pension and an unsuitable job, he returned to his footballing roots.
In 2000 Popluh?r was elected as the best Slovak footballer of the 20th century.
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ROBERT PROSINECKI Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

ROBERT PROSINECKI Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Robert Prosine?ki born 12 January 1969) is aCroatian football manager and former football midfielder, currently managingKayserispor in Turkish Süper Lig. Prosine?ki is regarded by many as the player with best technique that ever played in and for Croatia. Former national squad teammate Zvonimir Boban, humbly, also agreed with this. His dribbling is considered excellent, and his ability to keep possession of the ball is very highly regarded. He is one of the few footballers to have played for both the Spanish rival clubs Real Madrid and FC Barcelona.
After retiring from active football he worked as assistant manager of the Croatia national football team between 2006 and 2010, before being appointed manager of Red Star Belgrade in December 2010. In August 2012 Prosine?ki left Red Star and took over Turkish club Kayserispor two months after.
In summer 2001, 32-year-old Prosine?ki signed for Division 1 (second-tier of the English football league system) side Portsmouth on a one-year deal.
Prosine?ki is still held as a folk hero at Portsmouth FC for his marvelous one man performances in the centre of midfield. The team were saved from relegation through his goals and assists in the 2001-02 season, the highlight of which was scoring a hattrick againstBarnsley. At the end of the 2007-08 Premier League season the readers of The News picked Prosine?ki as part of an all-time bestPortsmouth eleven. He was the only non-British player to be among the selection.
After speaking with Prosine?ki current Croatia international Niko Kranj?ar made the decision to sign for Portsmouth in the summer of 2006
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Naohiro Takahara Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery STARS JAPAN

Naohiro Takahara Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery STARS JAPAN
Naohiro Takahara born June 4, 1979) is aJapanese footballer. He currently plays for J. League Division 2 side Tokyo Verdyas a striker
Takahara was born in Mishima, Shizuoka. He has previously played for J?bilo Iwata in Japan, Boca Juniors in Argentina, Hamburger SV and Eintracht Frankfurtin Germany. On December 3, 2006, he scored his first hat-trick in the German Bundesliga in a league game against Alemannia Aachen. In January 2008 he moved to Urawa Red Diamonds for a transfer fee of around ¥180 million (around $1.7 million).
Takahara had played for Japan in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney but missed the 2002 World Cup, co-hosted by his home country and South Korea, because of lung disease. He was a member of the Japan team for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup and played in all the six games involving Japan. He scored four goals and was a joint top scorer of the tournament.
Takahara finished top scorer after an impressive performance at the 2007 AFC Asian Cup. He scored against Qatar in the first match, who Japan tied 1-1. Japan won the next match, against United Arab Emirates and Takahara impressed coach Ivica Osim with two goals. In the quarterfinal match against rivals Australia, Takahara scored the tying goal and sent the game in PKs. Although Takahara missed his spot-kick, heroic saves from goalkeeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi sent Japan through into the semifinals, where they lost to Saudi Arabia 2-3.
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STARS ENGLAND TONY ADAMS Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND TONY ADAMS Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Tony Alexander Adams, MBE (born 10 October 1966) is an English football managerand former player.
Adams spent his entire playing career of 22 years as a defender at Arsenal. He is considered one of the greatest Arsenal players of all time by the club's own fans and was included in the Football League 100 Legends. With Arsenal, he won four top flight division titles, three FA Cups, two Football League Cups, a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, and three FA Community Shields. A statue honoring Adams was unveiled at Emirates stadium on 9 December 2011, along with statues of Thierry Henry and Herbert Chapman.
When his playing career finished Adams went into football management, spending periods in charge of Wycombe Wanderers, Portsmouth and Azerbaijan side Gabala.
In September 2000, as a result of his own experiences with alcoholism and drug addiction, Adams founded the Sporting Chance Clinic, a charitable foundation aimed at providing treatment, counselling and support for sports men and women suffering from drink, drug orgambling addictions. The clinic, which works to the twelve-step programme philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous is based nearLiphook in Hampshire and includes Kate Hoey, Alex Rae and Elton John as patrons, and is supported by the Professional Footballers' Association. Adams's former Arsenal and England team mate Paul Merson, himself a recovering alcoholic, is also a patron of the charity.
His Arsenal testimonial match helped raise £500,000 for his charity, the Sporting Chance Clinic.
Adams is a Patron for NACOA—a charity that provides information, advice and support for anyone affected by their parents' drinking
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STARS ENGLAND WALTER WINTERBOTTOM Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND WALTER WINTERBOTTOM Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Sir Walter Winterbottom CBE (31 March 1913 – 16 February 2002) was the first manager of the England football team (1946-1962) and FA Director of Coaching. He resigned from the FA in 1962 to become General Secretary of the Central Council of Recreation (CCPR) and was appointed as the first Director of the Sports Council in 1965. He was knighted for his services to sport in 1978 when he retired.
Born in Oldham, Lancashire, Walter Winterbottom was the only son of James Winterbottom, a ring frame fitter in a textile machine works.
 At the age of 12 he was awarded a scholarship to Oldham High School where he excelled. He won a bursary to Chester Diocesan Teachers Training College, graduating as the top student in 1933 and took a teaching post at the Alexander Rhodes School, Oldham. Whilst teaching he played football for Royton Amateurs and then Mossley FC where he was spotted by Manchester United. He signed for United as a part time professional in 1936 but continued teaching. In his first season (1936/37) at Manchester United he showed great promise, playing 21 first team League games and 2 FA cup games, appearing as wing half and centre half. But in the following two seasons he made only 4 first team appearances. and 41 Central League appearances, his playing career effectively ended by a spinal disease, later diagnosed as ankylosing spondylitis. Whilst still playing for Manchester United he left his teaching position to study at Carnegie College of Physical Education, Leeds. On graduating he was appointed as a lecturer. Whilst still playing for Manchester United he left his teaching position to study at Carnegie College of Physical Education, Leeds. On graduating he was appointed as a lecturer.
During World War II Winterbottom served as an officer in the Royal Air Force, reaching the rank of wing commander and working at the Air Ministry with overall responsibility for training PE instructors at home and overseas. He was also a guest player with Chelsea and ran coaching courses for the FA at grammar schools in London. In 1946 Stanley Rous, who was the secretary of The Football Association, persuaded the FA council to appoint Winterbottom as The FA’s first Director of Coaching and suggested he take on the additional responsibility of being the first England team manager.
After reaching retirement age of 65 Winterbottom left the Sports Council and was an advisor to the British government on ways in which British manufacturers of sports equipment could work with foreign firms. In 1979 he visited Australia and New Zealand to help their governments to support sport in the community.
He was head of the FIFA Technical Studies Group for the World Cup in 1966, 1970, 1974, 1978 and a member in 1982. In 1985 The Winterbottom Report, an FA enquiry into artificial playing surfaces was published and in 1987-89 he was a member of the Football League enquiry into artificial pitches.
He died in the Royal Surrey Hospital after an operation for cancer on February 16, 2002. He was 89. A memorial service was held at St. Nicolas Church, Cranleigh, Surrey on March 1, 2002.
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STARS ENGLAND WAYNE ROONEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND WAYNE ROONEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985) is an English footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team.
Rooney made his senior international debut in 2003 becoming the youngest player to represent England, until he got beaten by Theo Walcott. He is England's youngest ever goalscorer. He played at UEFA Euro 2004 and scored four goals, briefly becoming the competition's youngest goalscorer. Rooney featured at the2006 and 2010 World Cups and is widely regarded as his country's best player. He has won the England Player of the Year award twice, in 2008 and 2009. As of October 2012, he has won 78 international caps and scored 32 goals, making him England's fifth highest goalscorer in history. Along withDavid Beckham, Rooney is the most red carded player for England, having been sent off twice.
Aged nine, Rooney joined the youth team of Everton, for whom he made his professional debut in 2002. He spent two seasons at the Merseyside club, before moving to Manchester United for £25.6 million in the 2004 summer transfer window. The same year, Rooney acquired the nickname "Wazza". Since then, with Rooney in the team, United have won the Premier League four times, the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and two League Cups. He also holds two runner-up medals from the Champions League and has twice finished second in the Premier League. In April 2012, Rooney scored his 180th goal, making him United's fourth-highest goal-scorer of all time.
In 2009–10, Rooney was awarded the PFA Players' Player of the Year and theFWA Footballer of the Year. He has won the Premier League Player of the Monthaward five times, a record he shares with Steven Gerrard. He came fifth in the vote for the 2011 FIFA Ballon d'Or and was named in the FIFPro World 11 for 2011. Rooney has won the 'Goal of the Season' award by the BBC's Match of the Day poll on three occasions, with his bicycle kick against rivals Manchester City winning the 'Premier League Goal of the 20 Seasons' award. Rooney is the third highest-paid footballer in the world after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, with an annual income of €20.7m (£18m) including sponsorship deals.
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STARS ENGLAND THOMAS LAWTON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND THOMAS LAWTON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Thomas "Tommy" Lawton (6 October 1919 – 6 November 1996) was an Englishassociation footballer who rose to fame a short time before the outbreak of the Second World War and enjoyed a successful career which lasted until well into the 1950s.
Born in Farnworth, Lancashire, Lawton's precocious talent won him a trial for the England schoolboy team in which he scored a hat trick but this never led to a juniorcap. In 1935, he signed for Second Division club Burnley. Lawton later wrote, "I remember my first meeting with Hughie Gallacher. It was after I had had a bad game for Burnley Reserves against Derby County Reserves. I was walking off the pitch with my heart in my boots when Hughie, who was the Derby centre forward, came up to me and said, "Look, son, you must learn to cover the ball with your body. If you are being tackled on your right, keep the ball on your left foot, so your opponent will have to come across you to get at it, and it's the same the other way round. If you do that they won't take it from you." I shall never forget the great Hughie Gallacher for that."
Despite flat feet and needing to wear orthotics, as a striker, he rapidly achieved fame for his pace, heading ability and two-footed effectiveness in front of goal.
By the start of 1937, 17-year-old Lawton had been bought by First Division Everton for £6,500 to play alongside the phenomenal, but ageing, Dixie Dean. Exposure and experience in the top flight led to his selection for England in the international against Wales in October 1938, two weeks after his nineteenth birthday. Lawton scored from the penalty spot in the 4-2 defeat. England would play seven more internationals before the outbreak of World War II, with Lawton playing in all of them. He scored in the first six of these games, equalling a record for goals in consecutive internationals held by Tinsley Lindley and Jimmy Windridge, and never equalled since. He also scored 34 goals for Everton in the final season before World War II, helping the club to win the league title.
For the duration of the war, Lawton served in the army as a physical training instructor. As well as continuing to play for Everton, under wartime conditions he also guested for other clubs, which led to some unusual situations.
On Christmas Day 1940, he played for Everton against Liverpool at Anfield in the morning and for Tranmere Rovers at Crewe Alexandrain the afternoon. Explaining this later, he said, 'The Tranmere people came into the dressing room and asked if anyone wanted to play as they were two men short. I said, "Go on, I'll help you out." And I did.
He also guested for Chester, scoring five times in a match against a Royal Air Force XI in May 1943, and ventured into Scottish football, guesting for Greenock Morton.
Post-war, he joined Chelsea for £11,500. He made his debut for Chelsea in their friendly match against touring Soviet side FC Dynamo Moscow in November 1945, scoring with a powerful header in a 3-3 draw. Lawton scored 26 goals in 34 league games in the 1946-47season, but struggled to settle in London and came into conflict with Chelsea manager Billy Birrell, which resulted in him requesting a transfer.
Despite being at the peak of his playing career, he shocked the football world with a move to Third Division Notts County for a record transfer fee of £20,000, probably attracted by manager Arthur Stollery, who had formerly been physiotherapist at Chelsea. At County, he immediately realised an iconic status and real rapport with the Nottingham public, scoring 103 goals in 166 appearances for the club over five seasons and helping them win promotion to Division Two in 1950. Lawton was capped 23 times for England, scoring 22 goals, including a further sequence of five consecutive internationals in which he scored.
In 1952, Lawton took the player-manager role at Brentford but enjoyed little success. During his time at the club he appeared in the filmThe Great Game. In November 1953 he joined Arsenal for £10,000 and saw out his professional playing career there. In his two years for the Gunners he scored 15 goals in 38 matches, including one in the Gunners' 1953 Charity Shield win over Stanley Matthews'Blackpool.
He retired from playing at the end of the 1954-55 season after a career which lasted 20 years. By the time he played his last game, he was 35 years old.
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STARS ENGLAND TERRY BUTCHER Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND TERRY BUTCHER Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Terence Ian "Terry" Butcher (born 28 December 1958) is anEnglish football manager and former player. He captained the English national team, winning 77 caps in a ten-year international career that featured three World Cups. He made his name as an defender withIpswich Town and Rangers in the 1980s and subsequently entered a managerial and coaching career. As of 2013 he is the manager ofInverness Caledonian Thistle in the Scottish Premier League.
Although he was born in Singapore, he spent his childhood inLowestoft, Suffolk, where he attended Lowestoft Grammar School later Denes High School and met his future wife Rita. He famously turned down the chance to join Norwich City youth team, as like his father he was a fan of Ipswich Town – Norwich's fiercest rivals
While living in Suffolk Butcher had a chain of insurance brokers which were later acquired by the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. Butcher can be frequently heard as a summariser, usually at England matches, on BBC Radio Five Live and occasional UEFA Cup matches on Five. He often appeared as a pundit on Setanta Sports' SPL coverage. Butcher also worked for BBC Sport during the2006 World Cup, after which he fully recommenced his work with Sydney FC (i.e. from 10 July 2006). He was also used as an in game commentator in the first Pro Evolution Soccer video game, and the Nintendo 64 game International Superstar Soccer 2000, along with main commentator Chris James.
Butcher has consistently raised concerns over the sum impact of David Beckham's performances for and involvement with the England national football team, most notably during discussions concerning team and squad selection questions for the 2006 World Cup andEuro 2008 qualification campaign.
Butcher is a fan of the British Heavy Metal band Iron Maiden and is friend of the bassist and founding member Steve Harris.
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تعليم رسم البورتريه مشاهير العالم كرة القدم الرسام خالد عبد الكريم
Egypt / Alexandria
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Artist Khaled abd El-Karin
Artist Ken Maadi/Bernd Hossmann
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STARS ENGLAND TEDDY SHERINGHAM Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND TEDDY SHERINGHAM Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Edward Paul "Teddy" Sheringham MBE (born 2 April 1966) is a retiredEnglish footballer, and the father of footballer Charlie Sheringham. Sheringham played as a striker, and had a successful career at the club level, winning almost every domestic honour available with his clubs, most notably the Treblewith Manchester United in the 1998–99 season. The pinnacle of his career came when he scored the equaliser and provided the assist for Manchester United's winning goal in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final against Bayern Munich. Sheringham also represented England at international level. He was awarded an MBE in June 2007. He retired from competitive football at the end of the 2007–08 season with Colchester United, at the age of 42, after a career lasting 25 years
Sheringham began his professional career at Millwall in 1982 at the age of 16, after impressing a scout when playing for non-league club Leytonstone & Ilfordduring a youth team game against Millwall. He was signed up, initially as an apprentice and scored on only his second appearance for the club in a match away at Bournemouth in January 1984. After being loaned out by the club twice in 1985 to Aldershot and later a Swedish side, Djurg?rden, he quickly became a first choice selection at Millwall and during the late 1980s formed a striking partnership with Tony Cascarino. He was the club's top goalscorer in four seasons (1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89 and 1990–91) and played in every game of the season twice, in 1986–87 and 1990–91
He was not selected at all for the 2000 European Championships by then manager Kevin Keegan, but the retirement of Shearer (despite being four years younger than Sheringham) from international football after that tournament and the arrival of new manager Sven-G?ran Eriksson in 2001 saw a return to international favour for him. He was often deployed as a tactical substitute late in games by Eriksson, valued for his ability to hold the ball up and create intelligent play. In 2001, Sheringham scored an important goal for England againstGreece in a World Cup qualifying match within 15 seconds of coming on as a substitute, although this event is overlooked by the 93rd minute equalising free-kick by David Beckham. Sheringham had won the free kick scored by Beckham, and had even suggested to the England captain that he take it as Beckham had missed several already in the match, but Beckham decided to take the kick himself.
He was selected as part of Eriksson's 2002 FIFA World Cup squad after impressing throughout the 01–02 season for club,and played in the famous 1–0 win against Argentina, almost scoring a goal with a shot that was well saved by the Argentine goalkeeper, and made his final England appearance as a substitute in the 2–1 quarter-final defeat to Brazil in Japan. His twelve appearances for Eriksson were all as a substitute.
At the age of thirty-six, that defeat signalled the final end of Sheringham's international career, during which he had earned fifty-one caps and scored eleven times for England.
Portrait Drawing Football Star Soccer Player
تعليم رسم البورتريه مشاهير العالم كرة القدم الرسام خالد عبد الكريم
Egypt / Alexandria
Gallery Khaled3Ken
Artist Khaled abd El-Karin
Artist Ken Maadi/Bernd Hossmann
Language - English and German
Mobile. 00201285107402
Language - Arabic
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Email:khaled3ken@yahoo.com

STARS ENGLAND THOMAS FINNEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND THOMAS FINNEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Sir Thomas Finney, OBE (born 5 April 1922, Preston, Lancashire) is a former English footballer, famous for his loyalty to his league club, Preston North End, and for his performances in the English national side. Finney is also the current President of Kendal Town. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire(OBE) in the 1961 Queen's New Year Honours and a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1992 Queen's New Year Honours and was knighted in the 1998 Queen's New Year Honours
Finney was born at home in Preston on a street next to the Deepdale stadium to parents Alfred Finney (b.1894) and Margaret Mitchell (b.1896). He was frail and somewhat sickly in his youth and stood only 4 ft 9 in (1.45 m) at the age of fourteen. When he was offered the opportunity to sign for Preston North End (PNE), his father insisted that he complete his apprenticeship in the family's plumbing business before signing as a professional. This led to one of his nicknames, the 'Preston Plumber'. Finney's mother Margaret died in 1927, at the age of 32, when Tom was only four years old. He was married to Elsie Noblett from 1945 until her death from Alzheimer's disease in 2004. They had two children; a son Brian (born 1947) and a daughter Barbara (born 1950)
Tom Finney would have been great in any team, in any match and in any age ... even if he had been wearing an overcoat." (Bill Shankly)
Shankly was also once asked about how a top star of the day compared to Finney: "Aye, he's as good as Tommy – but then Tommy's nearly 60 now."
"Tom Finney should claim income tax relief ... for his 10 dependents." (Satirical observation on the weakness of the Preston team in his absence)
"If all the brains in the game sat in committee to design the perfect player, they would come up with a reincarnation of Tom Finney." (Anonymous newspaper feature)
"To dictate the pace and course of a game, a player has to be blessed with awesome qualities. Those who have accomplished it on a regular basis can be counted on the fingers of one hand – Pelé, Maradona, Best, Di Stefano, and Tom Finney."(Stanley Matthews)
"If I were to take, and I've been asked that many times, if I were to take the choice between [Finney and Stanley Matthews], it would be Tom Finney for me" (George Young, former Scotland captain)
"Lionel Messi is an immature Tom Finney. He reminds me of him with his attitude, an approach he plays. You never see him concerned in any tasteless things, we never hear him criticising anyone, and that was Finney. To me Messi is Finney reborn."(Tommy Docherty)
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تعليم رسم البورتريه مشاهير العالم كرة القدم الرسام خالد عبد الكريم
Egypt / Alexandria
Gallery Khaled3Ken
Artist Khaled abd El-Karin
Artist Ken Maadi/Bernd Hossmann
Language - English and German
Mobile. 00201285107402
Language - Arabic
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STARS ENGLAND STEVE MCMANAMAN Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND STEVE MCMANAMAN Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Steven McManaman (born 11 February 1972) is a retired English footballer who played as a midfielder, winger and playmaker. Having spent his playing career at two of European football's most successful clubs of the 20th century, Liverpool andReal Madrid, as well as a spell at Manchester City, McManaman is the most decorated English footballer to have played at any foreign club in terms of trophies won overseas.
McManaman was the first British player to win the UEFA Champions League title twice, and was also the first English footballer to win the Champions League with a non-English club. In 2008, he was ranked third in a Top 10 of greatest British footballers to play overseas, just behind Kevin Keegan and John Charles.
He is also notable for a contractual saga in the late 1990s, that resulted in his football transfer becoming one of the most controversial and high profile Bosman rulingrelated transfers of all time, with the deal resulting in McManaman once becoming the highest paid British player in history, for the years 1999 through to 2001.
After his retirement as a player in 2005, he became a football pundit for Setanta Sportsand was an associate producer on the film Goal! 2. He was an ESPN analyst for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa and currently works as an English based in-game analyst alongside Ian Darke for ESPN's US and UK coverage of the Premier League, FA Cup, Major League Soccer and Euro 2012 Together with Robbie Fowler, McManaman has invested in several racehorses through a company named The Macca and Growler Partnership, their most prolific horse being Seebald, winner of 2003 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Celebration Chase.McManaman's grandfather was a bookie and his father described the family as having "horseracing in their blood."
McManaman married his longtime girlfriend, Victoria Edwards, a barrister and law lecturer (who taught at the Autonomous University of Madrid during her time in Madrid with McManaman), on 6 June 2002, in Mallorca's Palma Cathedral. Victoria gave birth to their daughters Ella in 2006 and Lara in 2009, and son Lucas James in 2012. The family divides its time between homes in Bay of Palma, London and Cheshire
Portrait Drawing Football Star Soccer Player
تعليم رسم البورتريه مشاهير العالم كرة القدم الرسام خالد عبد الكريم
Egypt / Alexandria
Gallery Khaled3Ken
Artist Khaled abd El-Karin
Artist Ken Maadi/Bernd Hossmann
Language - English and German
Mobile. 00201285107402
Language - Arabic
Mobile.00201226594244
Email:khaled3ken@yahoo.com