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Sam you are so wrong about Pirlo vs Xavi. Pirlo might be better at some things but Xavi overall is a way better player and achieved far more.
Sam, good article about Vidal. Most people believe the best player is the one who scores the most. But as you, I prefer players who can perform excellently in a wide variety of functions. If you like that kind of player, a complete one, with presence all across the field, a game organizer, with killer passes, good free kicks, fast, good dodging, and who scores frequently, then you should take a look to James Rodriguez.
f1 is not a sport...... tell that to the poor sods who lose 3 kilos a race....
Hey, Sam. Thanks for checking. You're right about the 24-hour window for sourcing, but that is regarding "breaking news." The links/citations that I inserted were to account for rumors. According to Content Standards, "Rumors must be hyperlinked to an original, credible source and named in-text."
Indicating that a team (Juve) has "interest" is a rumor and so is the "reported" release clause.
Sam for future reference regarding fantasy you probably want to check out http://www.seriealive.com/. It's real time with the most detailed fantasy scoring you are going to find.
No problem, Sam. I actually made a typo in the feedback! I could do with an editor sometimes. I meant to write 10 should be written in digits, as I think there were a few occasions where you had it as a word. When starting a sentence, all numbers are written as words, but aside from that only numbers 0-9 are written as words.
Hope that helps,
Pele, great great player, a very good player and man, very intelligent also great person very nice. Great for kids and finally BRAZILIAN. Maradona, smoker, loves cocaine, bad person and baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad for kids and ARGENTINIAN.
Sam, I'm pretty big on the Pele over Maradona debate, based on overall winning, character, performance during constant struggle/fouling, bit of trailblazing, and showing up every World Cup. But "far more skilled" is quite a stretch. Maradona could do things w a ball that mere mortals dream of. Pele used more parts of his body. I still take Pele. But technically, no, Maradona's right there, if that's not his edge.
Yup. You're totally right, Sam. That was probably just a typo in my feedback, as I only had time to skim-read it after putting it together; you'll notice I didn't use "cup" in the actual article itself. Thanks for checking!
Hi Sam. In response to your question about why I added "men's" soccer to your lede, it's that every story should stand on its own facts, even if the context may seem to already be understood. Stories shouldn't have to rely on accompanying photos or previous published stories for the context of the subject. It's the old who/what/where/when/why formula for a lede. Hope that helps clarify things.