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Girona vs Athletic Club
Start date: 30. Mar 2019, 01:00
Location: Girona Venue: Estadi Montilivi
Referee: Jose Maria Sanchez Martinez, Spain

Despite sometimes fractious international relations, football continued to rise in popularity. It made its official Olympic debut at the London Games in 1908, and it has since been played in each of the Summer Games (except for the 1932 Games in Los Angeles).
FIFA also grew steadily—especially in the latter half of the 20th century, when it strengthened its standing as the game’s global authority and regulator of competition. Guinea became FIFA’s 100th member in 1961; at the turn of the 21st century, more than 200 nations were registered FIFA members, which is more than the number of countries that belong to the United Nations.
Growing African and Asian membership within FIFA undermined European control.

In 1974 Brazilian João Havelange was elected president, gaining large support from developing nations. Under Havelange, FIFA was transformed from an international gentlemen’s club into a global corporation: billion-dollar television deals and partnerships with major transnational corporations were established during the 1980s and ’90s. While some earnings were reinvested through FIFA development projects—primarily in Asia, Africa, and Central America—the biggest political reward for developing countries has been the expansion of the World Cup finals to include more countries from outside Europe and South America.

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Team 1: Girona

This team's squad looking very good Now let's talk about this team has also made many drawbacks in the world.There was a lot of problems in the sting operation that this team was considered very weak, but this team proved this picture completely wrong.This team made hard work in his name and beat other teams to prove that he is not less than anyone.That's why this team is also considered to be a very strong team in 2019.This team played very well in the FIFA World Cup.In the World Cup this team won the hearts of people with a very fabulous game.Through his hard work in this team, it was told to the other teams that he is no less than anybody and he is very much obliged to defeat everybody.If seen, both teams are looking very strong.

Team 2:  Athletic Club

The explosion of this team is very good because in this team there are very good defenders and goalkeeper.This team has many players who hold the slides to win matches.The player of this team is mentally strong too.That is why this team is considered to be a strong.
After World War II football in Africa experienced dramatic expansion. Modernizing colonial regimes provided new facilities and created attractive competitions, such as the French West Africa Cup in 1947. The migration of talented Africans to European clubs intensified. Together with his older compatriot Mario Coluña, Mozambican sensation Eusébio, European player of the year in 1965, starred for European champions Benfica of Lisbon and led Portugal to third place in the 1966 World Cup, where he was the tournament’s leading scorer.
Algerian stars Rachid Mekhloufi of Saint-Étienne and Mustafa Zitouni of AS Monaco represented France before joining the team of the Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN) in 1958. The FLN eleven, who lost only 4 of 58 matches during the period 1958–62, embodied the close relations between nationalist movements and football in Africa on the eve of decolonization.

Until the early 1970s, control of FIFA (and thus of world football) was firmly in the hands of northern Europeans. Under the presidencies of the Englishmen Arthur Drewry (1955–61) and Stanley Rous (1961–74), FIFA adopted a rather conservative patrician relationship to the national and continental bodies. It survived on modest income from the World Cup finals, and relatively little was done to promote football in developing countries or to explore the game’s business potential within the West’s postwar economic boom.
FIFA’s leadership was more concerned with matters of regulation, such as confirming amateur status for Olympic competition or banning those associated with illegal transfers of players with existing contracts. For example, Colombia (1951–54) and Australia (1960–63) were suspended temporarily from FIFA after permitting clubs to recruit players who had broken contracts elsewhere in the world.
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