BALLON D’or AWARD WHO WILL TAKE THE AWARD HOME?

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For the lame man its just another gathering of humans but for the average football fan it is the gathering of ‘TITAN’. The award has gone beyond just a showpiece to defining the great men on the continent and tonight three distinguished and outstanding,phenomenon and the brightest of players who have shone over the course of the footballing calendar year( respective national teams, and club side), would stand side by side for the greatest individual honour a footballer could boast of in his career. Some section of the footballing fan are beginning to argue that Leonel Messi has lost his taste for the award but with the economic theory which states “that the human need is insatiable” and one could understand if the lad still crave for more of this prestigious award, even after been award with the last four editions.
Ronaldo on the other hand has had a great year, scoring a handful of goals for both club and country(Portugal and Real Madrid) taking his goal tally for the year to CLUB 59GOALS in 51 CAPS, COUNTRY 10GOALS in 9 CAPS
Messi have had an injury plagued season so far but have not failed to shine  whenever he had been called upon hittting bthe back of the net 39 TIMES in 39 CAPS and 6 TIMES in 7CAPS for COUNTRY.
Ribery had a great calendar year winning all the trophy available in club football with Bayern and was an integral part of the team. All the best to three of them…….Let the best man win tonight………..
 
 
 
   

Nokia’s Android phone isn’t what you think: It’s a likely upgrade for Asha

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Last week the first reported pics of Nokia’s Android software appeared and on Monday, additional images surfaced, showing a little more of the interface. The Verge spotted this picture on Twitter which, just like last week’s images, clearly show two signal strength indicators; one for each SIM card. That suggests the markets for such phones: The same ones today served by Nokia’s Asha line.

The overall look of both the phone and the software in this picture match up with prior images from noted tipster @evleaks. This newest image is reportedly from an engineering prototype of the Normandy, which is the alleged codename for the handset. It simply doesn’t make sense for Nokia to enter the traditional Android handset market with Normandy.

Instead, using Android to strengthen the company’s Asha phone line-up…

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