Goals

Some articles on goals:

Zviad Endeladze
... Guria Lanchkhuti and Margveti, scoring 40 goals during the 1995–96 season, which made him the top scorer in European domestic competitions and would have won the European Golden Boot had it not been ... after Endeladze's feat under new rules that would count goals scored in the Georgian Top League as one point while goals scored in Europe's top leagues ...
2006 Rink Hockey European Championship - Goal Scorers
12 goals Francesco Dolce 9 goals James Taylor 8 goals Ramon Bassols Ricardo Barreiros 7 goals Henry Guirec Vítor Hugo Reinaldo Ventura Marc Gual Pedro Gil 6 goals Sérgio Silva Jorge Silva 5 goals Mirco ...
Yuichiro Nagai - Playing Career - Club
... He played 21 league games and scored four goals ... his teammate Koji Yamase also scored three goals ... Champions League 2007, he helped Urawa win the tournament scoring 3 goals ...
Department For International Development - Mission
... DFID works to support the United Nations' eight Millennium Development Goals, namely to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty and hunger ensure that all children ... The reality may well be that none of these goals will be achieved so long as the trade gap between Africa and richer countries continues to widen ... trends, we will not achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015 ...
Yasunori Takada - Club Career Statistics
... League Cup League Cup Total Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Japan League Emperor's Cup League Cup Total 1997 Bellmare Hiratsuka J ...

Famous quotes containing the word goals:

    If you really think about it, everything is wonderful in this world, everything except for our thoughts and deeds when we forget about the loftier goals of existence, about our human dignity.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Despicable means used to achieve laudable goals renders the goals themselves despicable.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    Whoever sincerely believes that elevated and distant goals are as little use to man as a cow, that “all of our problems” come from such goals, is left to eat, drink, sleep, or, when he gets sick of that, to run up to a chest and smash his forehead on its corner.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)