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2016 Football Review: Five Great Players who retired

Juan Carlos Valeron Valeron is revered as one of the greatest Spanish midfielders of all time. His best football came at Deportivo La Coruna with who he stayed from 2000 until 2013 when he moved to Las Palmas – the club where he had started his professional career. One of his most memorable games in Europe came in the 2003/04 ...

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2016 Football Review: Most memorable moments

Leicester City become English champions It is hard to recall a fairytale like the one Leicester City scripted in the 2015/16 Premier League campaign. It came from a team that barely managed to stave off relegation in the previous season, was embroiled in issues off the pitch during pre-season and proceeded to sack their manager Nigel Pearson. However, the well-travelled ...

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5 footballers who started their own brands

Cristiano Ronaldo The Real Madrid forward is the face of many international brands. He endorses many things from football boots to shampoo. The Portuguese national team captain, however, has gone a step beyond endorsing brands of other people and has launched his own label. And yes, you guessed it right, it is called CR7. Ronaldo is the face of his ...

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Five La Liga Matches to look forward to in September

Spanish La Liga Primera betting odds at William Hill

1. Malaga – Villarreal [September 10, 2016 – La Rosaleda Stadium] Malaga are now under the stewardship of Juande Ramos after two steady seasons under Javi Gracia. They have started the new campaign with two successive draws – 1-1 against newly-promoted Osasuna and then 2-2 against Espanyol – and will be eager to grab all three points against a side ...

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Top 5 Premier League matches to look out for in August

Arsenal vs. Liverpool (14th August) The very first weekend of the 2015/16 Premier League season will feature a high voltage clash between two potential league title contenders. Arsene Wenger has so far followed his usual transfer policy and has made only one high profile signing in Granit Xhaka, while Jurgen Klopp has made full use of his first pre-season at ...

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Can Antonio Conte lead Italy to European Championship success?

When Jose Mourinho was unceremoniously sacked from the Chelsea job last year, rumours started swirling that the London outfit were going to hire Antonio Conte to steady the ship of the team that made a hash of their title defence last season. However, not many believed those rumours to be true, expecting that the former Juventus boss would stay at ...

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Euro 2016: 5 Potential Golden Boot winners

Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal have been placed in a relatively easy group at the European Championship in the coming summer. They have the likes of Iceland, Austria and Hungary to contend with in Group F. Ronaldo has been in great form again this season, having scored 30 goals already this season, and he is odds on favourite to end the Euros ...

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Five Best Selling Soccer Books of all time

Here are five best selling soccer books of all time: Inverting The Pyramid by Jonathan Wilson The famed English journalist Jonathan Wilson does a great job of discussing the tactical evolution of the game from its early days to the modern era of the beautiful game. Wilson takes the reader through the first ever international football match between Scotland and ...

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Five Best Selling Soccer Autobiographies of all time

It is always fascinating to read about footballers and managers in general but some of these autobiographies have an excellent inside view of their life on and off the field. Here are some of the best selling soccer autobiographies of all time: I Am Zlatan – Zlatan Ibrahimovic This book is the story of one of the mavericks of the ...

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