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Top quotes on Cesar Azpilicueta

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A long-standing defender for the Chelsea football team, Azpilicueta has so far played in over 470 competitive matches in ten seasons for the London club. As one of their top ten appearance makers, we take a look at some of the top quotes on Cesar Azpilicueta. As captain of the team when the side won the Europa League and the ...

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Best quotes about Diego Costa

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A physical and confrontational striker, Diego da Silva Costa is a dual citizen of Brazil and Spain. Known for his fiery temperament, we take a look at some of the best quotes about Diego Costa. With a superb goal average for both Atletico Madrid and Chelsea FC, Costa has represented both the Brazilian and Spanish national teams in international football. ...

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Best quotes on Juan Mata

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As one of the best attacking midfielders seen in the Premier League, Juan Manuel Mata Garcia is a proven winner with honours in the World Cup, European Championship, and the Champions League. Currently with English side Manchester United, we take a look at some of the best quotes on Juan Mata. A product of the Real Madrid youth academy, Mata ...

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Chelsea make approach for Brazilian

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Chelsea want to sign Brazilian youngster Gabriel. The 17-year old is currently playing for Bahia in his homeland, but the Blues want to bring him to Europe, although they face competition from Spanish side Real Valladolid. Gabriel is a goalkeeper, who plays for the Bahia under-18 team. Although he has trained with their under-23 squad as well. He has also ...

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European Football’s Managerial Merry Go-Round (Part One)

This year has seen an unprecedented churn of managers at some of Europe’s top clubs. Some changes have already been made, whilst others could be in the offing. Here are some of the clubs affected. Inter Milan Italy When Antonio Conte led the Italian side to their first league title in a decade, the future seemed bright for Inter and ...

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Xavi Quotes: The best quotes on Xavi

When you look at a list of the most influential midfielders in football, Xavi is never far down on that list. The Barcelona legend has enjoyed an illustrious career in football which he ended in sunny Qatar with Al Sadd where he is now manager of the Qatari champions. In his footballing days, he won a host of trophies winning ...

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UEFA Nations League: England 1 – 2 Spain Review

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Three months after their celebrated run to the World Cup semi-finals, England received a harsh reality check from a dominant Spanish side on Saturday night at Wembley. Luis Enrique’s first competitive game as Spain head-coach saw his team show fantastic character to come from behind to beat the Three Lions 2-1. In truth, England showed grit, guts and no shortage of industry, but they were outplayed for ...

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Top 30 Quotes on Andres Iniesta

Quotes on Andres Iniesta

Andres Iniesta is one of the most loved footballers of all time. The diminutive Spaniard stays clear of controversy and does all his talking on the pitch. He is one of the very few players who is appreciated by teammates and opponents alike. The 2010 World Cup winner has received standing ovation from Juve fans at the Juventus Stadium as ...

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5 Most Significant Goals in World Cup History

Andres Iniesta (Spain vs. Netherlands, 2010 World Cup final) Spain have always produced talented footballers with regularity but somehow its national team always conspired to come out empty-handed from the major tournaments. However, they managed to assemble another fantastic squad in the late 2000s and the team ended their long drought for a major trophy by winning the 2008 European ...

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Greatest European Championship Teams – II

France 2000 France were the world champions going into the European Championship in 2000, and it would be no exaggeration to say that they had got significantly stronger in the two intervening years. The midfield was at time impenetrable with three tacklers Patrick Vieira, Didier Deschamps and Emmanuel Petit negating any attacking move of the opposition well before it reached ...

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