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|HEFEI Cheap Air Jordan For Sale , Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- Wang Wuku is a sharp shooter. The snooker player can effortlessly eye plays, pot balls and snooker his opponents at every turn.
But what's most impressive is that Wang's just four-years-old.
Wang, from Guangde County in east China's Anhui Province has been playing snooker since before he could walk.
The pint-sized player recently rose to fame after a video showing him sinking 15 snooker balls in just 12 seconds went viral online.
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So impressive are the youngster's skills, some snooker fans have dubbed him "the next Ronnie O'Sullivan" .
Wang certainly seems to have the drive of a future champion.
"I enjoy the feeling when the ball is sunk," said Wang Wuku.
The past few months have been a whirlwind of interviews, TV shows and competitions, culminating in what can only be described as a dream come true for any aspiring champion.
A match with Stephen Hendry.
Wang competed against the seven-time World Snooker Champion in Beijing this September.
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But behind the scenes, the hard work continues. Wang spends up to five hours a day training under the watchful eye of his father.
When you stand only one-meter-tall, it can be hard to get a bird's eye view of the game. So Wang senior built his son a 40-cm-tall platform, which wraps around their adult-sized snooker table.
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Snooker is becoming increasingly popular in China, with clubs opening up across the country.
At the pair's local, father and son take pot-shots against veteran players.
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Despite the pitfalls of fame at an early age, Wang Yin has big plans for his son.
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(To watch the video of this story, please visit China View on YouTube: http:xhne.wskYgaL)
THE HAGUE, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- After 15 match rounds in the Eredivisie the traditional top three of Dutch football, Ajax, Feyenoord and PSV distanced themselves from the rest, with all three major clubs winning on Saturday and Sunday.
Feyenoord beat fourth-placed Heracles Almelo 3-0 on Sunday in Rotterdam. Eljero Elia opened the scoring when his cross accidently went into the net via the post. Dirk Kuijt and Michiel Kramer added two more goals in a hectic final phase.？
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Also on Saturday reigning champions PSV left it late at Vitesse (0-1). Both teams had chances in a balanced match in Arnhem, but the visitors scored in the final minute. Jorrit Hendrix finished a counter attack.
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The battle for the title will therefore be between the traditional top three this season. Ajax, Feyenoord and PSV dominate Dutch football for ages with record holder Ajax from Amsterdam claiming a record 33 national titles, PSV Eindhoven becoming champions 22 times and Rotterdam based giants Feyenoord having 14 national championships behind their name.？
For Feyenoord a new title would be most special, because the last championship of the club was in 1999. Ajax captured their last crown in 2014 and PSV were the best in the previous 20142015 season.？？
MADRID Air Jordan Spizike Retro For Sale Online , Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- Spanish BBVA Primera Liga club Espanyol face a fine or even a possible stadium closure after the Spanish Football League decided to report racist chanting directed against FC Barcelona striker Neymar to the country's Anti-Violence Committee.
The chants were heard in the 14th minute of the bad-tempered 0-0 draw between both sides on January 2.
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Neymar preferred not to comment, saying he "just played football," and didn't listen to things which happened off the field.
However, Espanyol President, Joan Collet insisted that there had been no chanting saying he "heard chants of 'uh uh uh' every Sunday."