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The mind map is very clear and I am sure it really helps the students (and us the teachers!) visualize the task in order to organize the work better.

Posted on 30/01/11 06:25.

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i think you have done fantastic work here with this map and also you give us new tools to work with!!!

Posted on 30/01/11 20:35.

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Thank you Daniela and Katerina! I came acquainted with this tool in Daniela's eTwinning Group :-). It is very good for mind mapping, brainstorming...

Posted on 30/01/11 23:30 in reply to ΚΑΤΕΡΙΝΑ ΚΟΜΠΟΥ.

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We tryed our best .I hope it gives you some ideas about Arda Turan.

Posted on 09/03/11 17:24 in reply to Daniela Arghir.

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Dear Gulhanim,
What a GREAT WORK your pupils have come up with! Well done :-)

Posted on 10/03/11 08:47 in reply to Gulhanim Dursun.

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Ján Mucha


Date of birth: 5 December 1982

Place of birth: Belá nad Cirochou, Slovakia Height: 1.89 m

Position: goalkeeper

Clubs: Inter Bratislava (2000-2002), MŠK Žilina (2002-2005), Humenné (2005) ,

Legia Warszawa (2005-2010), Everton (2010-present)

Present club: Everton FC

Hobbies: football, flying a plane, playing with his son


Ján Mucha is a goalkeeper of the Slovak national football team. He was born on 5th.

December 1982 in Belá nad Cirochou, East Slovakia.

He started with football in the vilage boy-team „Orion Belá“. Ján used to play with much older boys than he was. He was working very hard to be a good player. It is said he even slept with a ball. Early Ján Mucha left his vilage football team and moved to reinforce the football club in the

town of Snina. His trianer, Ondrej Duda, considered him a fearless and calm goalkeeper.

Not only Ján was the excellent footballplayer but a good pupil of the elementary well. His woman teachers loved him and some of them who had never been interested in sport before started watching football.



His mum didn´t want to allow her son to go into the world. Jan Mucha played for Younger pupils in Orion club in Bela nad Cirochou , his native village where scouts saw him . His father was ready for his goalie career from the cradle. „I trained him every day.“ said. Jan Mucha worked hard on himself. He slept with a ball. When he was learning he was dribbling with one hand on the floor. When he was going to the second class, about 5 years older boys wanted him to play in their club. Jan Mucha was not afraid of any duel. After comming to Snina Ondrej Duda became his trainer who said : „ He was a very good student“. Jan Mucha in representation of Slovakia under 16. Jan Mucha started his career in his local club TJ Slovan Belá nad Cirochou. Then he transfered to the town´s sports club Snina and later to Inter Bratislava. He played there for 2 seasons in the A-team. However he didn´t play in any football match. He transfered to the town´s sports club Zilina in summer 2002 and his club won the Slovak league. In 2005 he was rented to the first football club in Humenne. He signed a contract with Legia Warszawa in Poland in summer 2005. In the 2005-06 season he was the second goalkeeper after Lukasz Fabiański. When Fabianski transfered to Arsenal in 2007, Mucha became the first goalkeeper. With the Legia he won 2007-08 the Polish cup and the Polish Supercup in 2008. In January 2010 he signed a contract with FC Everton but he transfered there in August 2010. Mucha made his international debut for Slovakia in February 2008. He played all matches in the World cup



Jan Mucha


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Arda Turan

Full name: Arda Turan
Jersey No.: 14
Team: Turkey
Position: Midfield
Detailed position: Left midfielder
Date of birth: 30.01.1987
Height: 176 cm
Weight: 72 kg
Club: Galatasaray

Arda Turan (born January 30, 1987 in Bayrampaşa, Istanbul, Turkey), is a Turkish professional footballer currently playing for Galatasaray. A product of Galatasaray’s youth system, Arda is a member of the Turkey national football team.

The new golden boy of Turkish football, Arda Turan is a crowd-pleasing winger. A one man show of tricks, speed and perfect balance, he is known for his forays down the left flank, but he is capable of featuring on the right and can also be employed in central role.

In July 2008, Arda was selected as one of the 100 Best Young Football Players in the World as published by Spanish magazine Don Balón. He was ranked 8th.

Club career


Joined Galatasaray’s youth team after impressing with his technique at amateur side Altıntepsi Makelspor. Made his debut for the Galatasaray’s U20 team on August 31, 2003 against Gençlerbirliği’s U20 team. He made 56 appearances for Galatasaray’s U20 team where he scored 17 goals.

Made his senior debut on January 22, 2005 in a 1-0 win against Bursaspor in the Turkish Cup entering the match in the 60th minute to replace Ayhan Akman by then manager Gheorghe Hagi. One year later in January 2006, he was loaned out to Manisaspor to get playing time and adjust playing in the the Süper Lig. He was played primarily as a right back and impressed in his performances during his loan spell which paved the way for his return to the Galatasaray squad.

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