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flashback: 2006 world cup, heartbreak for australia

"Does anyone doubt that it was a penalty?" Italian coach Marcello Lippi asked ingenuously. "If you see a replay, I think there is not any doubt that it was not a penalty," said Guus Hiddink, now no longer Australia's coach. In Dutch, he was more blunt, saying the referee had fallen for an old trap. "We feel robbed," he said.The Socceroos thank their supporters after losing to Italy in the World Cup.Photo: Vince CaligiuriWhat is beyond doubt is that too much in soccer depends on the summary judgement of the referee, and it is having a capricious and insidious impact on this tournament. Both teams acknowledged Spaniard Luis Medina Cantalejo as a good referee, yet two decisions - both doubtful - shaped the outcome of this match more than any player did.The first was to send off Marco Materazz

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by Tyler TschidaJuly 16, 2017View your calendar in a whole new way, levitate subjects in your photos, and relax to the sounds of the world around you with today’s collection of apps and games.All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers.iPhone: Flashback – Sci-Fi Style Calendar ($1.99 → Free, 5.5 MB): The flashiest calendar app you may ever use. Those who need an intuitive calendar app and prefer style over substance.Flashback has a super sci-fi look and feel. You’re able to view all of your upcoming

camila cabello, axwell & ingrosso and more top-trending love & heartbreak lyrics

There are two sides to every Valentine's Day, and that's exactly what LyricFind set out to analyze in its latest lyric-based research.After sharing the top-trending love songs by country in 2017 (spoiler: James Arthur's "Say You Won't Let Go" was a big winner), LyricFind took a slightly different route for 2018, checking out not only the highest-trending songs about love across the world -- but also those about heartbreak. The company analyzed lyric searches in the six weeks leading up to Valentine's Day (Feb. 14), taking into account velocity of searches rather than overall volume.In the eight countries analyzed -- the United States, Australia, Brazil, Germany, France, Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom -- the variety of songs is wide-ranging, with just two songs showing up more than o

flashback: the 1974 world cup, australia arrives on the world stage

Australia has reached the World Cup finals for the first time. At its first attempt in 1965 it was thrashed twice by North Korea and in 1969 it missed out by a solitary goal after a qualifying tournament that took the team half-way around the world.Last year the Australians played 11 qualifying matches before that spectacular goal by Jimmy Mackay beat South Korea and paved Australia’s way to West Germany.Australia loses to Israel 2-1 in a friendly just prior to the World Cup in 1974.Photo: Antonin CermakIt’s been estimated that 1000 million people – from Santiago to Sofia, from Helsinki to Hobart – will watch the final of the series on TV.ChristmasThis number rivals even the combined congregations at the world’s Christian churches at Christmas.The soccer audience is also expected to be big

atari and sega retro consoles chase nes classic success

If the NES Classic Edition proved anything, it’s that the market for these retro consoles is potentially huge. That’s precisely what AtGames is banking on today, launching not one, not two, but six retro consoles. Three each are dedicated to the Atari 2600 and the Sega Genesis, so if you’re a fan of either of those consoles, picking up one of these might be a good way to get your retro gaming fix.Let’s start with the two most impressive consoles of the bunch, those being the Atari Flashback 8 Gold and the Sega Genesis Flashback. In the case of the Atari Flashback 8 Gold, you’re getting 120 Atari 2600 games, while the Sega Genesis Flashback features 85. Both consoles come with two 2.4GHz controllers styled after the original controllers that came with their respective systems, along with tw

atari, sega genesis retro consoles pricing and pre-order revealed

Back toward the beginning of June, AtGames announced an impressive line up of six new retro consoles – three each based on the Atari 2600 and the Sega Genesis. At the time, the announcement only focused on the games and the features of these retro consoles, offering no details on pricing or release dates. AtGames has sorted at least some of that out for us, revealing today how much these consoles will cost and when you’ll be able to pre-order them.That, unfortunately, means that we still don’t have a release date for these just yet. AtGames says that they’ll be launching in Fall 2017, so we likely only have a few more months to wait until they release. AtGames may not want to wait too long, however, as the SNES Classic Edition will be launching in September and pulling in quite a bit of at

daria gavrilova suffers us open heartbreak

​Daria Gavrilova has suffered US Open heartbreak, losing the longest women's match in history at Flushing Meadows, a three-hour, 33-minute epic.

ben hunt opens up on grand final heartbreak

Ben Hunt has revealed how his 2015 grand final heartbreak proved an important stepping stone in his NRL career.Hunt endeared himself to St George Illawarra fans with a first-class display in his Dragons debut against former club Brisbane last week.Brutal loss: Ben Hunt after the 2015 Grand Final.Photo: AAPThe Queensland and Australian representative signalled he was ready to make good on his massive six-year $6 million contract and capable of guiding the Red V into premiership contention.Hunt was derided by some Broncos fans after he dropped the kick-off in extra- time of the Broncos' 2015 grand final loss, a mistake that directly led to Johnathan Thurston booting the match-winner.Hunt bounced back to have a career-defining season in 2017, making his Queensland Origin debut and earning sel

chris brown’s new album ‘heartbreak on a full moon’ is here

Chris Brown’snew album Heartbreak on a Full Moon is so stuffed with songs, it’ll take you nearly 2 hours 40 minutes to listen from start to finish. If you can find the time, the R&B singer’s 45-track, eighth studio album has arrived in full...and just in time for Halloween. Brown’s latest features big-name features from Dej Loaf, Lil Yachty, Usher, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Kodak Black, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Jhene Aiko, R Kelly and many more, and includes the previously released tracks “Pull Up,” “Everybody Knows” and “Hope You Do.”The physical, double-CD edition arrives Nov. 3. But if you can’t wait until then, stream Heartbreak below. 

australia smash new zealand in sydney sevens final, don't concede a single point

Australia's women have avenged their heartbreak of last year and snapped a five-game losing streak against New Zealand to claim a maiden Sydney Sevens title in front of an elated home crowd at Allianz Stadium. To cap off the best tournament any side, male or female, has ever had in a World Sevens Series leg, Australia ground New Zealand into the turf with a completely dominant 31-0 – five tries to zero – victory. 
Straight through: New Zealand could not prevent Australia scoring in the Sydney Sevens final. Photo: David MoirIncredibly, Australia managed to go through the entire Sydney Sevens, across six matches, without conceding a point. They racked up 213 to their opponents' zero. It is the first time in World Series history a team has gone through a tournament without conceding a point

from coconuts to commonwealth games

Tapoki came 11th in the discus at the Melbourne Games in 2006 but was pregnant at the time of both the next two Commonwealth games and missed Delhi and Glasgow.The athlete, who is now a police officer on the biggest Cook Island of Rarotonga, went to both the Athens and Beijing Olympics.She moved to Australia three months ago to train with coach Gus Puopolo, a former Australian hammer thrower."I'm not in as good a shape as perhaps I would like to be, but I will give it my best," Tapoki said.Tapoki will have her work cut out in the duscus where she will face reigning Commonwealth gold medallist, Australia's world champion Dani Stevens. Tapoki's personal best of 57.61m is well short of the 69.64m Stevens threw to win silver at the world championships in London last year. Stevens won the world

filipino single mum's heartbreak as deportation date looms

A Filipino mother could be separated from her eight-year-old Australian-born son on Tuesday after her application for permanent residency was rejected by the assistant immigration minister.Bernadette Romulo's supporters and a Labor senator have made a last-minute plea to Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to intervene.The single mother’s case is complicated. She has lived in Australia for 11 years. She has been her son Giro's primary carer since he was born, but he is not allowed to leave the country. She also has two young daughters, aged 12 and 13, from a previous relationship who were born overseas and are dependent on her bridging visa. 'Please don't take my son away': Single mother's plea to DuttonThe 40-year-old must report to immigration on Tuesday with her daughters, but her son Gi

filipino single mum's heartbreak as deportation date looms

A Filipino mother could be torn apart from her eight-year-old Australian-born son on Tuesday after her application for permanent residency was rejected by the assistant immigration minister.Bernadette Romulo's supporters and a Labor senator have made a last-minute plea to Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to intervene.The single mother’s case is complicated. She has lived in Australia for 11 years. She has been her son Giro's primary carer since he was born, but he is not allowed to leave the country. She has two young daughters, aged 12 and 13, who were born overseas from a previous relationship and are dependent on her bridging visa. 'Please don't take my son away': Single mother's plea to DuttonThe 40-year-old must report to immigration on Tuesday with her daughters, but her son Giro c

annual disaster statistical review 2016: the numbers and trends - world

Debarati Guha-Sapir, Philippe Hoyois, Pasacline Wallemacq, and Regina BelowGeneral OverviewIn 2016, 342 disasters triggered by natural hazards were registered, below the 2006-2015 annual average (376.4). After a peak in disasters in 2015 (395), this decrease could be a sign of, either a return to a declining trend in the annual number of disasters since 2005, or a precursor of a possible stabilization in the annual number of disasters. Last year, the number of deaths caused by natural disasters (8,733) was the second lowest since 2006, largely below the 2006-2015 annual average (69,827). Inversely, the number of people reported affected by natural disasters (564.4 million) was the highest since 2006, amounting to 1.5 times its annual average (224 million). The estimates of natural disaster

when world cup pressure is greatest, that's when the greatest step up

Maradona was in his mid-20s pomp in that era, and while he is rightly vilified for his handball goal against England in the quarter-final, he should also be praised for his individual solo run in the same game that put his country 2-0 up and for the way he took the semi-final against Belgium and the final itself by the scruff of the neck.His countryman, Lionel Messi, has often been compared favourably with Maradona as a player, particularly because of the seasons of sublime skill he has shown with his club team, Barcelona. But he has yet to do the same for the Albicelestes as his more notorious predecessor.In the 2014 tournament the stage was set for him to shine on the biggest occasion of all, the final against Germany, but he had little impact in that game despite the fact that he was aw

alex blackwell admits she has 'more left in the tank' despite retirement

“It’s lovely to finish on top . . . it’s also about the life opportunities that are popping up . . . they’re forcing me to question what’s most important for me right now.”With that Alex Blackwell, Australia’s most capped female cricketer and the world’s No.5 batter on the current ICC rankings, explained why she’ll retire from the Australian and NSW teams after Saturday’s Women’s National Cricket League final - despite the admission she still has “more left in the tank”.
Australia's most capped female cricketer Alex Blackwell will play her final game on Saturday. Photo: AAPBlackwell’s statistics paint the rightful picture of a quality player who, alongside her identical twin sister - and best friend - Kate, graduated from playing against the boys in rural NSW to scale heights most could

alex blackwell admits she has 'more left in the tank' despite retirement

“It’s lovely to finish on top . . . it’s also about the life opportunities that are popping up . . . they’re forcing me to question what’s most important for me right now.”With that Alex Blackwell, Australia’s most capped female cricketer and the world’s No.5 batter on the current ICC rankings, explained why she’ll retire from the Australian and NSW teams after Saturday’s Women’s National Cricket League final - despite the admission she still has “more left in the tank”.
Australia's most capped female cricketer Alex Blackwell will play her final game on Saturday. Photo: AAPBlackwell’s statistics paint the rightful picture of a quality player who, alongside her identical twin sister - and best friend - Kate, graduated from playing against the boys in rural NSW to scale heights most could

scotland say wallabies are completely different side to one they upset in june

Edinburgh: Scotland coach Gregor Townsend believes Australia have improved significantly since his team beat them in Sydney in June and has warned the hosts need to be even better than they were against the All Blacks at the weekend to hold onto bragging rights. In the last six Tests between Australia and Scotland the margin has been six points or less, with three or those matches being decided by one point. 
Dejected: Scotland fullback Stuart Hogg after a narrow loss to the All Blacks last week. Photo: PAEveryone can remember the World Cup quarter-final and that controversial penalty that saw the Wallabies sneak into the last four by a point and the skin of their teeth. With revenge on their mind, the heartbreak of 2015 was compounded for the Scots who once again came up a point short l

wallabies suffer more heartbreak in draw with springboks

Bloemfontein: The Wallabies have suffered more heartbreak on the Highveld, drawing for the second time with South Africa this year after leading with 10 minutes remaining in what was an anti-climatic finish to a brilliant rugby match. Marika Koroibete, in his first match in the Wallabies' starting XV, scored two second half tries to give Australia hope of claiming a famous win at altitude. 
South Africa's Jan Serfontein scores a try. Photo: THEMBA HADEBELeading 27-24, after Australia showcased perhaps their second best all-round performance of the year, Springboks No.10 Elton Jantjies booted a monster 49-metre penalty to level scores with 10 minutes remaining. The Wallabies were exhausted in the dying stages, their bodies broken after a punishing rugby match at the highest intensity in c

wallabies suffer more heartbreak in draw with springboks

Bloemfontein: The Wallabies have suffered more heartbreak on the Highveld, drawing for the second time with South Africa this year after leading with 10 minutes remaining in what was an anti-climatic finish to a brilliant rugby match. Marika Koroibete, in his first match in the Wallabies' starting XV, scored two second half tries to give Australia hope of claiming a famous win at altitude. 
South Africa's Jan Serfontein scores a try. Photo: THEMBA HADEBELeading 27-24, after Australia showcased perhaps their second best all-round performance of the year, Springboks No.10 Elton Jantjies booted a monster 49-metre penalty to level scores with 10 minutes remaining. The Wallabies were exhausted in the dying stages, their bodies broken after a punishing rugby match at the highest intensity in c

ex-socceroos confident australia can escape world cup group

"Mile should start the first game if he's fit and if he's been training well, his experience, know how in such a big game against a bigger opponent would be beneficial to us ," Popovic said.Loading"We will need to defend well against France and I believe his positional play, understanding and communication will bring us a lot more value than people anticipate."Bert has shown that he's trying different players in different positions. He's got options and as a coach that's a good headache to have."It's a sentiment strongly shared by 2006 World Cup hero Schwarzer."You saw the difference when he [Jedinak] came back and played against Honduras," Schwarzer said.Loading"People will talk about his three goals in the second leg, I think in the first leg his performance was outstanding. He came back

how to heal from a painful heartbreak

Heartbreaks really hurt. It’s for real literally, not a mere metaphor.Every time you choose to connect with someone deeply, you’re exposing the most vulnerable part of yourself to another person. It’s like taking your heart out and connect it with another person’s. When this bonding is broken, the connected parts will torn apart. When your heart’s tearing apart, of course it hurts. There’s no difference than any physical pain.Heartbreaks are so intense that it feels the same as physical pain.When we experience a heartbreak, we feel sad, disappointed, angry, stressful and fearful because we feel like being rejected. The mixed feelings even cause physical pain with our heart.Scientists conducted an aforementioned fMRI study of heartbroken individuals,When the subjects looked at and discussed

chris brown's new album 'heartbreak on a full moon' track list

Chris Brown is unleashing a whopping 40 tracks for his forthcoming studio effort Heartbreak on a Full Moon. The R&B singer shared the handwritten track list on Instagram (May 1), revealing that it will be a double album. Heartbreak follows his 2015 effort Royalty -- named after his now 2-year-old daughter -- which served as his sixth No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Brown, who is currently on his Party tour, has sparked several controversial headlines since his last studio album. Last September, a former beauty pageant contestant and aspiring actress named Baylee Curan alleged that Brown pulled a gun on her as she was admiring jewelry at a gathering at the singer's residence. (No jewelry or gun was said to be found by the LAPD.) Sneak Peek: Double album #heartbreakonafullmoonA post sha

world cup fans: japan hopes to make better impression in sixth world cup appeara

'World Cup Fans' is a special SBS News series running in the lead up to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. It looks at the 32 qualifying countries through the eyes of their fans in Australia.Japan and Australia are football rivals. Their rivalry deepened in 2006 when the Socceroos won their only World Cup final meeting. Tim Cahill scored twice and John Aloisi scored once in the final ten minutes of the match, beating Japan 3-1.Australia’s move to the Asian confederation further raised the heat between the two countries and of the total 25 clashes, the Samurai Blue hold a slight head-to-head advantage. But in their latest clash, Japan secured passage into the FIFA World Cup finals in Russia after winning 2-0.“It’s a good rival for us because they’re in the same Asian group,” Ryohei Fujita,

chris lynn and glenn maxwell make easy work of new zealand after superb billy st

Chris Lynn and Glenn Maxwell have helped guide Australia to a comfortable, rain-affected seven-wicket win against New Zealand in their opening match of the T20 series that was set up by a blistering opening spell from Billy Stanlake.After New Zealand stuttered to a paltry total of 9-117, a lengthy rain delay resulted in Australia being given a reduced target of 95 from 15 overs. Heartbreak for Thunder in Sydney derbyVideo duration01:30Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:30Australia make short work of Black CapsAustralia make short work of Black CapsAustralia win by seven wickets after New Zealand fail to recover from top-order collapse.Heartbreak for Thunder in Sydney derbyVideo duration01:30Video duration01:30Heartbreak for Thunder in Sydney derbyHeartbreak for Thunder in Sydney derb

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