Andrew Henderson is the reigning World Freestyle Football Champion and the UK`s freestyle champion for four years running. He grew up in Cornwall, UK, with an incredible passion for football which has evolved and developed into his involvement in one of the most exciting and energetic sub-cultures of football which attracts millions of viewers all over the world. His career in Freestyle Football began about four years ago after he broke his legs. The 22-year-old then started doing freestyle tricks to aid his recovery and now practises for five hours per day, five days a week.
The World Freestyle Football Tour is set to end next month and we will see whether Andrew can defend his overall title. There are so many good football freestylers around and the competition gets tougher each year. During the tournament, judges basically will look for technical difficulty of tricks, originality, style, choreography and story. (more…)
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How many of us would eat a bug – fried, toasted, grilled, etc, with pleasure?
With all due respect to readers who do enjoy such delicacies, I bet most of us would not even be willing to touch, let alone consume, a bug. However, it seems that, we most probably have been consuming those bugs unknowingly since forever.
Ever heard of ‘cochineal’? If you’ve ever made jelly (agar-agar), you may have read the word ‘cochineal’ on the label of the red food colouring. Google for ‘Cochineal’ and you’ll find this info: (more…)
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Manchester United fans will be counting down the days to the release of the new film immortalising Manchester United’s famous ‘class of 92.’ The feature-length documentary is about the great Manchester United generation of Scholes, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Nicky Butt and the Neville brothers, Gary and Phil, and is to be released next month. The film covers the seven years from 1992, when five of the group won the FA Youth Cup together (including Giggs, already a first-team player by then) and culminates seven years later with the Champions League triumph of 1999 that completed the famous Treble.
On December 1, Reds legends including Gorton-born Nicky Butt, Salford’s Ryan Giggs and Bury brothers Gary and Phil Neville will take to the red carpet for the first showing of a film about their rise to stardom at Old Trafford. The world premiere of a film about MANCHESTER United’s famous class of ’92 is to be held in LONDON. (more…)