Wayne Rooney has officially announced his retirement from international football, bringing an end to his career with the Three Lions. Since earning his first cap in 2003, Rooney became a regular player in the first team squad on the international stage, and scored many goals that ensured that he was called upon regularly. The former 

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N’Golo Kante the Chelsea midfield dynamo was born in Paris, France, on the 29th of March 1991 to Malian parents. Kante began his career at the age of eight (8) at JS Suresnes in the western suburbs of Paris, remaining there for a decade. According to Assistant Manager Pierre Ville, Kanté remained outside the radar 

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Legendary Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney has officially left Old Trafford after an illustrious 13-year career, joining boyhood club Everton on a free transfer. The striker was yesterday confirmed as an Everton player, putting pen to paper on a two-year deal, embarking on his second spell with the Toffees.   Successful and record-breaking Rooney was 

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“It’s Carrick… Y’know, hard to believe it’s not Scholes!” Ahead of the midfielder’s testimonial match that occurred last Sunday, to celebrate his eleven years at the club, Michael Carrick’s footballing times at Manchester United have showcased his craft to the highest degree. On the 27th May 2017, it was announced Carrick would remain at Manchester 

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On the 5th June 2017, it was confirmed that former Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote had sadly passed away after collapsing during a training session with his club Beijing Enterprises Group FC. Tiote began his career with Ivorian team FC Bibo before moving on to Belgian club Anderlecht in 2005, followed by a switch to 

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Xabi Alonso announces his retirement from football, effective at the end of the season. “It wasn’t an easy decision to make, but I believe it’s the right time. I always thought it would be better to quit sooner rather than later. I still feel good, but I believe this is the right moment. I wanted 

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Enigma: a person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand. Every club has its cult hero, they’re not always the best footballer, but the fans have an affinity towards them that’s often difficult to describe. It could be their one club status like Ryan Giggs, Jamie Carragher or Matt Le Tissier or players 

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Tell you what, Carlton is going to have to knock it one hell of a long way for Graham Taylor to see it now. Allow to me step down from the tongue-in-cheek momentarily. Graham Taylor was doing high tempo, pressing football way before any of our continental friends brought it to the Premier League. He 

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When everybody is competing to be noticed in the jumble of the social media age, obituaries can often be ostentatious affairs designed to exaggerate in the search for maximum impact. However there are not many more deserving of all the tributes attributed to him than Johan Cruyff who on Thursday sadly passed away at the 

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Farewell, then, Robin. Your time in the Premier League may have come to a rather acrimonious end with unverified claims and counterclaims about the manner of your departure but the ride has been eventful, full of niggling injuries, a controversial move and breathtaking goals. Who could forget the “goal of a lifetime,” as Arsène Wenger 

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What makes a great gay sportsman? It’s not just about their performance – it has to be more than that, the impact they have made, whether they have been a role-model, or made a difference in some way. It may be a bit of a subjective topic, but it’s an interesting discussion point when you 

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Things are always slightly easier when you have Lionel Messi in your team. It is why Luis Enrique was jumping up and down on the Nou Camp touchline as his Argentine striker broke clear on the half-way line before he even reached the box. His manager’s assuredness was stalled a moment as Diego Alves saved 

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In the late nineteenth century, Arthur Wharton (1865-1930) was an athlete of legendary proportions, competing at the top level in many sports including cycling, rugby, cricket athletics and football.  It was previously believed that Wharton was the first ever black football player; however new evidence has recently come to light that shows this distinction goes 

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  Short summary The article presents the career of one of the greatest Romanian football players of all time in detail. Gheorghe Hagi was Romania’s best scorer and the national team’s leader during its most fruitful period. He played for top teams like Real Madrid and F.C. Barcelona. Also, Hagi became Turkey’s hero after leading 

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