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The Timeline of Thierry Henry

Very few players can boast of a career as illustrious and as trophy-laden as the legendary French forward Thierry Henry. Here’s a lowdown on his career: 1977: Thierry Daniel Henry was born to parents of Antillean heritage in the tough Parisian suburb of Les Ulis. 1990: Monaco sent scout Arnold Catalano to watch Henry, then at the age of 13 ...

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The Timeline of Carles Puyol

How often does it happen that when you think of a club – that one player donning the club’s colors is the first thing that springs to your mind? Not very often. It’s not common for one player to become a personification of over a hundred year old institution. But such has been the career and character of Carles Puyol ...

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Interesting Facts: Man Utd vs Liverpool + A Short tribute to Ryan Giggs

• Rivalries often transcend the boundaries of sport and are a manifestation of socio-economic conditions; this fierce rivalry falls in that category. In the late 19th century both Manchester and Liverpool were competing for control of North West for economic reasons. In 1894 the construction of Manchester Ship Canal meant that ships could bypass Liverpool and transport goods directly into ...

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The Timeline of Matt le Tissier

Written by Guest Author – Martin Gjorgjievski Southampton FC may not have a history as that of a giant club, but they have something that many big clubs lack – a loyal fan base. Based in the same-named city in Hampshire, with only one trophy, the FA Cup, in their shelves, Saints have a long list of laurels to check ...

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The Timeline of Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard, Lampard, he’ll kick the ball fifty yards, he’s six foot and really hard, Frank Lampard, Lampard. 1978: Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest were at the peak of their powers in 1978 as they won their first and only league title that year. The following year Clough and his assistant Peter Taylor along with their men won two consecutive European ...

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20 Interesting & Quirky Facts about the 1930 FIFA World Cup

1. Many countries declined the invitation to the tournament since Uruguay seemed too far. Overseas journey was the only feasible option then as the commercial aviation really took off after half-a-century (mid 50s) of Wright Brother’s invention in 1903. 2. It was the first and the last tournament in FIFA World Cup history to have more countries from South America ...

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All funny GIFs of Jose Mourinho from 2013-14 season.

The Sturridge Dance Sorry, you don’t have HTML5 video and we didn’t catch this properly in javascript. You can try to view the gif directly: http://giant.gfycat.com/WelllitTallAndeancat.gif. No coach can surprise a player the way Mourinho can. What did he say, Anyone? I am back to Stamford Bridge baby, let’s dance Sorry, you don’t have HTML5 video and we didn’t catch ...

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A great bargain – Ronaldo’s £80 million transfer

In the 4-0 thrashing of the treble winners Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, Cristiano Ronaldo recorded his 15th goal in Europe, which now is a new record. For the 29-year-old scoring goals is as routine as having a cup of tea or coffee. The ace football player has scored a whopping 176 goals in just 163 games. While many ...

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