In the year of the Horse
2013 had been a mixed year for several famous
Rabbits and here is the first general outlook
on the 2014 Year of the Horse. Read
Rabbit 2014 News
At the FIFA World Cup the Rabbits have been dominating
with 5 wins for Dutch coach Louis van Gaal and
19 goals for top guns such as Lionel
Messi, Gonzalo Higuain
and David Luiz.
Novak Djokovic seems to
be ready for winning another title at Wimbledon
against Rooster Roger Federer.
Maria Sharapova has won
another French Open title.
ManUnited Manager David Moyes
is getting replaced by Louis van
Gaal and Jose Mourinho
missed the Champions League final with his FC
Former F1 Champion Sebastian
Vettel has not won any race this year.
49ers head coach Jim Harbough
and qb Colin Kapernick
were stopped by the Seahawks with head coach Pete
Carroll and Dragon qb Russel Wilson who
also won the Super Bowl against Goat Bill Cox
and the Broncos.
Novak Djokovic has hired
Goat Boris Becker as his new coach.
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness
is getting tried for tax fraud.
Russel Brand has impressed
the world with tremendous political statements
during a BBC interview.
Jose Mourinho has started
slow with his FC Chelsea.
Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa
and Wikileaks legend Bradley Manning
seem to be feeling the rage of furious Buffalo
Maria Sharapova had a
mixed season with only minor wins, but enough
to stay on No.3 in the WTA ranking.
Horoscope for the Rabbit in the
2014 year of the Horse
Most Rabbits have done very well during the last
years and the outlook on 2014 is not too bad at
all, but some adjustments are needed in order
to remain successful.
Especially the much higher demand for team spirit
will become a challenge for many high performing
And back in the last year of the Horse 2002 it
had been only Albert Costa who was able to impress
with his French Open title win, what points at
only limited opportunities.
Less ego and being a better team player can be
considered as a fine recipe for the Year of the
Horse, in which also speed and reliabilty will
count more than in the last year.
However, the Rabbits currently pride a large
amount of great sports people and all eyes will
be on Lionel Messi at the
forthcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil.