Goals

Some articles on goals:

Zviad Endeladze
... He has played for clubs such as 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 ... was reinstated a season 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 ...
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 ...
Department For International Development - Mission
... United Nations' eight Millennium Development Goals, namely to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty and hunger ensure that all children receive primary education promote sexual ... 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 ... that on current trends, we will not achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015 ...
Yuichiro Nagai - Playing Career - Club
... He played 21 league games and scored four goals ... In the same match, his teammate Koji Yamase also scored three goals. 2007, he helped Urawa win the tournament scoring 3 goals ...
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 ...

Famous quotes containing the word goals:

    We cannot discuss the state of our minorities until we first have some sense of what we are, who we are, what our goals are, and what we take life to be. The question is not what we can do now for the hypothetical Mexican, the hypothetical Negro. The question is what we really want out of life, for ourselves, what we think is real.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)

    Our ego ideal is precious to us because it repairs a loss of our earlier childhood, the loss of our image of self as perfect and whole, the loss of a major portion of our infantile, limitless, ain’t-I-wonderful narcissism which we had to give up in the face of compelling reality. Modified and reshaped into ethical goals and moral standards and a vision of what at our finest we might be, our dream of perfection lives on—our lost narcissism lives on—in our ego ideal.
    Judith Viorst (20th century)

    We should stop looking to law to provide the final answer.... Law cannot save us from ourselves.... We have to go out and try to accomplish our goals and resolve disagreements by doing what we think is right. That energy and resourcefulness, not millions of legal cubicles, is what was great about America. Let judgment and personal conviction be important again.
    Philip K. Howard, U.S. lawyer. The Death of Common Sense: How Law Is Suffocating America, pp. 186-87, Random House (1994)