„Without having a goal it is difficult to score.“

—  Paul Arden

Letzte Aktualisierung 30. April 2018. Geschichte
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1940 - 2008

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„I was a forward, and one of the obligations of a forward is to score goals.“

—  Alfredo Di Stéfano Argentine association football player 1926 - 2014

The Wit and Wisdom of Alfredo Di Stéfano Kindle Location 192.

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„He scores goals like runs in cricket.“

—  Dhyan Chand Indian field hockey player 1905 - 1979

Don Bradman commented on Dhyan Chand's legendary skill in scoring goals in [Hem Shanker Ray, Symbols of India, http://books.google.com/books?id=FPJCrUUu4BUC&pg=PT329, Rupa Publications, 978-81-291-2349-7, 329–]

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„My goal is the same, work like last year, play hard all the time. Try and score goals.“

—  Alexander Ovechkin Russian ice hockey player 1985

Turkish Daily News staff (October 4, 2006) "New season brings optimism and challenges for NHL", Turkish Daily News.

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„I score a lot of goals that are hard to replicate. I don't think that you can score as spectacular a goal as those of Zlatan in a video game - even though these games are very realistic these days.“

—  Zlatan Ibrahimović Swedish association football player 1981

On his goals which are too good to be recreated on games consoles http://www.insideworldsoccer.com/2013/12/you-cant-copy-zlatan-ibrahimovic-goals-even-in-video-games.html.

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„Some goals and difficult goals are reached only by waiting, I can wait.“

—  Prevale Italian DJ and producer 1983

Original: Alcuni traguardi e difficili obiettivi si raggiungono solo aspettando, io so aspettare.

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„Without a market in which allocations can be made in obedience to the law of supply and demand, it is difficult or impossible to funnel resources with respect to actual human preferences and goals.“

—  Tibor R. Machan Hungarian-American philosopher 1939 - 2016

Liberty and Research and Development: Science Funding in a Free Society, Introduction chapter: “Some Skeptical Reflections on Research and Development”, Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University (2002) p. xiii http://media.hoover.org/documents/0817929428_xi.pdf

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„And the goal was scored in the time added on for the largely bogus injury, we think, to Érika. Is there some kind of poetic justice in that?“

—  Ian Darke British association football and boxing commentator 1950

Brazil v. United States http://www.listenonrepeat.com/watch/?v=r1PlC9mj-N0 (10 July 2011).
2010s, 2011, 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup
Kontext: Just incredible! Look at Hope Solo celebrate! There is an American party going on, all around the terraces! Surely the whistle's going to go any second, and it will be a penalty shootout. Abby Wambach in the one hundred and twenty-second minute. Well that does match the drama of the men's World Cup last year, and the Landon Donovan goal which saved the USA against Algeria, doesn't it? Well, well, well! And the goal was scored in the time added on for the largely bogus injury, we think, to Érika. Is there some kind of poetic justice in that? It's not finished yet, though. Still the referee plays on, and here's Marta again! Solo beats it away; it will be a corner. How much more of this can there possibly be? It is over! It will be a penalty shoot-out! An incredible finish, one of the great climaxes to any World Cup match! Brazil are denied at the death! A ten-woman USA save it! Wow, we need to get our breath back. So let's go back to Bob Ley for a moment.

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„The Islanders have had two penalty shots in Stanley Cup playoff history, here is number 3. Bates against Joseph ……Bates in on goal …. he shoots, He scores!“

—  Howie Rose American sports announcer 1954

Consider that for a franchise loaded with memorable postseason moments, you have just witnessed one of the most memorable. A penalty shot goal by Shawn Bates to give the Islanders a 4–3 lead with 2 minutes and 30 seconds left in regulation time.
Calling Shawn Bates penalty shot in Game 4 of the 2002 Stanley Cup playoffs)

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„It is infinitely difficult to know when and where one should stop, and for all but one in thousands the goal of their thinking is the point at which they have become tired of thinking.“

—  Gotthold Ephraim Lessing writer, philosopher, publicist, and art critic 1729 - 1781

Es ist unendlich schwer, zu wissen, wenn und wo man bleiben soll, und Tausenden für einen ist das Ziel ihres Nachdenkens die Stelle, wo sie des Nachdenkens müde geworden.
Letter to Moses Mendelssohn, January 9, 1771

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„A goal without a plan is just a wish.“

—  Antoine de Saint-Exupéry French writer and aviator 1900 - 1944

The earliest appearance yet located of this statement is in 50 Ways to Lose Ten Pounds (1995) by Joan Horbiak, p. 95, where it is quoted as an anonymous proverb. It seems to have circulated as such for a few years before it began to be attributed to Saint Exupéry around 2007.

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