A perfectly thrown football is called a Spiral.
That is the correct spelling of "perfectly" (done without flaw, or ideally).
Yes you can just have a search on google altho some ways arent legit its perfectly safe.
The earth's axis is imaginary, and it doesn't cause anything. You have a ball that's spinning without wobbling, and as you watch it spinning, you mentally imagine that it's spinning on a pencil that has been stuck through it. The imaginary line that runs up the center of that imaginary pencil is called the axis of rotation.
The goal in football is where the player need to try and get the football into the net without the goalkeeper saving the ball.
For portable use binoculars are good and the best size is 7 x 50 which gives a steady bright image without too much wobbling.
You can get the Football Manager Handheld 2014 for free without damaging your iPhone from Google Play.
if your talking about European football then its without a doubt Manchester United
I am assuming you are asking if you can be a professional football player without going to college. The answer is yes. You would contact the team for which you are interested in trying to play. The odds of getting a tryout without an agent to represent you and no resume of football experience are very, very bad.
No. Plenty of people receive a perfectly good education without religion being involved.
Yes, the moon helps to keep our orbit stable. We'd be in trouble, over the long term, anyway, without the moon. the moon also helps the tide move in and out, so without the moon, no surfing