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‘He Can Make History’ – Ronaldinho Is A Massive Fan Of Manchester United’s Paul Pogba

With Paul Pogba’s future at Manchester United very much in doubt, former Barcelona great Ronaldinho has stated that the French international has the potential to win the Ballon D’Or.  It’s been a rough couple of months for Paul Pogba with Jose Mourinho leaving the 25-year-old on the bench on several occasions since the turn of the year. However, with the …

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Paul Scholes To Come Out Of Retirement…. Again

One of the all time great central midfielders and member of Alex Ferguson’s all conquering Manchester United side is coming out of retirement… again. But maybe not the way anyone expected. India’s Premier Futsal have today announced on their facebook page, that Paul Scholes will be taking part in the futsal League this season. Premier Futsal is a multinational futsal league featuring …

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Soccer Aid 2016 Teams Announced With The Special One on Board

Robbie Williams and Jonathan Wilkes will return with Soccer Aid again this year and bring together a host of football greats and stars from every background to raise money in aid of UNICEF. Newly appointed Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, won’t have to wait until the start of next season to take a seat in the Old Trafford dugout, with the …

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Ten Years On: The Night That Arsenal Almost Conquered Europe

Saint-Denis, FRANCE: Arsenal's French forward and team captain Thierry Henry passes next to the trophy after the UEFA Champion's League final football match Barcelona vs. Arsenal, 17 May 2006 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, northern Paris. Barcelona won 2 to 1. AFP PHOTO ODD ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)

On May 17th 2006, Arsenal came within fifteen minutes of cementing their status in Europe’s elite when they took on Barcelona in the Champions League final. Two years on from the “Invincibles” season, the Gunners had reached the final of Europe’s premier club competition for the first time in their history, where they were to face off against a Barça side …

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Thierry Henry Reveals The Best Player He Has Ever Played With

Zinedine Zidane. Lionel Messi. Ronaldinho. Xavi. Andres Iniesta. Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The list of greats that have taken to the field with Thierry Henry could go on and on. However, when asked during a Facebook question and answer session as to whom was the best player he has played with, Henry did not mention any of the aforementioned players. The former …

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Ronaldinho Was Hours From Joining Manchester United in 2003

A real case of what might have been. Ronaldinho was recognised as the world’s best footballer for much of his five year stint at Barcelona between the years 2003 and 2008, winning the FIFA World Player of the Year in 2004 and 2005, and the Ballon D’Or in 2005. However, while he enjoyed great success with Barcelona, things could have …

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UEFA Release Ultimate Team of the Year: The All-Time XI

This All-Time XI selection is sure to cause some heated debate. The award itself started in 2001 and as such, only those who have featured most over the years since make up the all-time squad of 18. This explains how the likes of Cafu, Roberto Carlos and Paolo Maldini didn’t make it in to the team (they only featured in ‘Teams of the Year’ twice in total since …

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Ronaldihno And Andrea Pirlo May Soon Be Playing Together Again

Turkish Super Lig side Antalyaspor are set to sign two of the best players to grace a football field in the last 15 years, it has been confirmed by their chairman. The club, who currently have Samuel Eto’o within their ranks, are looking to push on from their mid-table position and challenge the oligopoly of the league between Besiktas, Galatasaray, and …

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The Top 5 Most Ridiculous Transfer Rumours Of All Time

The summer creates a whirlwind of transfer rumours that can at times get ever so slightly out of hand. Here we take a look at some of the most ridiculous proposed moves past & present transfer windows have provided us with. _____ 5. Jay Bothroyd To Serie A’s Big Guns Jay Bothroyd was something of an enigma in that he seemed …

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Roberto Carlos’ Greatest Champions League XI Is Incredible

Here we give you Roberto Carlos’ Champions League dream team. And what a team it is. Carlos’ marauding runs, incredible defensive ability and devastating free-kick technique made him one of the world’s most renowned left-backs during his playing career. He also won quite an array of trophies. Aside from four La Liga triumphs with Real Madrid, he also won three Champions League titles in 1998, …

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TBT: Ronaldinho Chip Ends England Hopes

This week’s Throwback Thursday looks back one of the most famous goals in recent history, Ronaldinho’s chip over England goalkeeper David Seaman. England’s 2002 World Cup campaign was brought to an abrupt halt as 10-man Brazil triumphed in the Shizuoka quarter-final. Goals from Rivaldo and Ronaldinho either side of halftime cancelled out a thrilling opener from Michael Owen, which had given …

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Brazil 2002 vs Brazil 2014

There have been many comments that Brazil haven’t been as exciting to watch this summer as their other teams have been in the past. Sarah Fitzpatrick is here to compare the current side to previous Brazil teams. There is a simple reason for the regression in the Brazil team. They have begun a new era opting for youth and potential …

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