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Barcelona celebrate winning La Liga at Camp Nou in May 2011
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AC Milan Scudeto 2011

Players of Milan celebrate winning the Italian championship after the Serie A match between AC Milan and Cagliari Calcio at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on May 14, 2011 in Milan, Italy.
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Manchester United Won English Premier League 2010/2011 King Of England

Manchester United won the title to ensure themselves the English Premier League 2010/2011 season after a 1-1 draw with Blackburn Rovers. Additional single point acquisition rate makes the Red Devils can no longer be pursued closest rival, Chelsea, in second place standings. United are now level on 77 points, while Chelsea collected 70 points with two parties who have not played.
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Cesc Fàbregas

Fàbregas was born in Vilassar de Mar, Barcelona, Catalonia to Francesc Fàbregas, Sr., who runs a property company, and Núria Soler, the owner of a pastry company. Fàbregas has supported FC Barcelona since childhood and went to his first match when he was nine months old with his grandfather.He began his club football career with CE Mataró, before being signed for Barcelona's La Masia youth academy aged 10 in 1997.  His first coach, Señor Blai, reportedly did not select Fabregas for matches against Barcelona in an attempt to hide him from their scouts. This tactic, however, was unable to withstand Barcelona for long, and Mataró gave in and allowed Fàbregas to train with Barcelona one day per week. Eventually Fàbregas joined Barcelona's academy full time. His initial training was as a defensive midfielder playing alongside notable names such as Gerard Piqué and Lionel Messi. Although he was a prolific scorer, sometimes scoring even more than 30 goals in a season for the club's youth teams, he did not manage to play a first team game at the Camp Nou. During his time at Barcelona's youth academy, Fàbregas idolised Barcelona's then-captain and number four Josep Guardiola, who would later give Fàbregas his shirt as consolation when Fàbregas' parents divorced.
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Fernando Torres

Born in Fuenlabrada, Community of Madrid, Torres became interested in football as a child and joined his first team, Parque 84, at the age of five. His father José Torres worked during Torres' childhood, and his mother Flori Sanz traveled daily with him to training sessions.His grandfather was not a passionate football fan, but took pride in being an Atlético Madrid supporter, and Torres inherited his love for the club.

Torres started playing football as a goalkeeper, the position his brother played in. When he was seven years old, however, he started playing regularly as a striker in an indoor league for the neighborhood club, Mario's Holland, using the characters from the anime Captain Tsubasa as inspiration. Three years later, aged 10, he progressed to an 11-side team, Rayo 13. He scored 55 goals in a season and was one of three Rayo 13 players to earn a trial with Atlético. He impressed the scouts and joined the club's youth system at the age of 11 in 1995.
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Manchester United The Winner 2008–09 Premier League

The 2008–09 Premier League season (known as the Barclays Premier League for sponsorship reasons) was the seventeenth since its establishment in 1992. Manchester United became champions for the eleventh time on the penultimate weekend of the season, defending their crown after winning their tenth Premier League title on the final day of the previous season. The campaign – the fixtures for which were announced on 16 June 2008 – began on Saturday 16 August 2008,and ended on 24 May 2009. A total of 20 teams contested the league, consisting of 17 who competed the previous season and three promoted from the Football League Championship.

Starting with this season, clubs were now allowed to name seven substitutes on the bench instead of five. This season was also different in that there was no New Year's Day game, as is usually traditional. This was because the FA Cup Third Round is traditionally played on the first Saturday in January, which in 2009 fell in the usual spot for New Year's league games. September saw Manchester City taken over by the Abu Dhabi United Group, transforming them into one of the worlds wealthiest football clubs, securing the signing of Robinho for a British record £32.5 million just seconds before the 2008 summer transfer window closed in the process.
The first goal of the season was scored by Arsenal's Samir Nasri against newly promoted West Bromwich Albion in the fourth minute of the early kick-off game on the opening day of the season on 16 August. Gabriel Agbonlahor of Aston Villa scored the first hat-trick of the season against Manchester City, scoring three goals in the space of seven minutes.
Manchester United clinched the 2009 Premier League title with a 0–0 draw against Arsenal on 16 May 2009, their 11th Premier League title, and 18th League title overall, drawing level with Liverpool. It is the second time they clinched the title for three consecutive years, the first being last in 2001. West Bromwich Albion were the first team to be relegated to the Championship after losing 2–0 at home to Liverpool on 17 May 2009. They were joined in the Championship by Middlesbrough and Newcastle United on the last day of the season after Middlesbrough's defeat at West Ham United and Newcastle's 1–0 defeat at Aston Villa. It meant that Hull City and Sunderland stayed up despite home defeats to Manchester United and Chelsea respectively. It was the first time since the 2005–06 season that more than one promoted club maintained their Premier League status. Aston Villa, Everton and Fulham all secured European football for the 2009–10 season through their league position.
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United The Winner of 2008 UEFA Champions League

The 2008 UEFA Champions League Final was a football match that took place on Wednesday, 21 May 2008 at 19:45 BST (22:45 local time). The match was played at the Luzhniki Stadium, in Moscow, Russia, to determine the winner of the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League. The final was contested by Manchester United and Chelsea, making it an all-English club final for the first time in the history of the competition. This was only the third time that two clubs from the same country had contested the final; the others being the 2000 and 2003 finals. The game was won by Manchester United 6–5 on penalties, after a 1–1 draw following extra time.
This was the first European Cup final staged in Russia, and hence the easternmost final in the tournament's history. It was also Chelsea's first European Cup final in their history. The significance for United was that 2008 marked the 100th anniversary of their first league triumph, the 50th anniversary of the Munich air disaster, and the 40th anniversary of United's first European Cup triumph in 1968.
In recent years, the Champions League final has been given an identity of its own with a unique logo, a design concept, and an overall theme. The objective is to help promote the final and enhance the prestige of one of the world's biggest sporting events. The initial idea that inspired the creation of a new identity for each final was to develop a design with a distinctive flavour of the host city. On 31 October, in Moscow, the Final's new design was presented to public. The ceremony was held in the press conference room at the Luzhniki Stadium and the design was unveiled in presence of the ambassador for the final, former Russian goalkeeper Rinat Dasayev.
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Manchester United Carling Cup Winners 2010

The 2010 Football League Cup Final was the final match of the 2009–10 Football League Cup, the 50th season of the Football League Cup, a football competition for the 92 teams in the Premier League and The Football League. The match, played at Wembley Stadium on 28 February 2010, was won by Manchester United, who beat Aston Villa 2–1. Aston Villa took the lead in the fifth minute of the game, via a James Milner penalty kick, but Michael Owen equalised for Manchester United less than 10 minutes later. Wayne Rooney, who replaced the injured Owen shortly before half time, scored the winning goal with 16 minutes left to play.
Manchester United went into the match as defending champions, having beaten Tottenham Hotspur on penalties in the 2009 final. The win gave them their fourth Football League Cup title, their third in five years and their second in succession, becoming the first team to retain the trophy since Nottingham Forest in 1990. Since Manchester United qualified for the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League via their league position, the place in the Europa League third qualifying round usually reserved for the winners of the League Cup was given to the team that finished in seventh-place in the 2009–10 Premier League, which turned out to be Liverpool, one of Manchester United's fiercest rivals.
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Glory Glory Manchester United

Manchester United's first trophy was the Manchester Cup, which it won as Newton Heath in 1886. In 1908, the club won its first league title, and won the FA Cup for the first time the following year. In terms of the number of trophies won, Manchester United's most successful decade was the 1990s; the club won five league titles, four FA Cups, one League Cup, five Charity Shields (one shared), one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup and one Intercontinental Cup.
The club currently holds the record for the most FA Cups, with 11, and the record for the most FA Cup Final appearances, with 18. Manchester United and Liverpool have each won a joint-record 18 top-division titles, but Manchester United holds the record for the most Premier League titles (11), and was the first English team to win the European Cup in 1968. The most recent trophy came in August 2010, when the club won the FA Community Shield.
The only major honour that Manchester United has never won is the UEFA Europa League, although the team reached the quarter-finals in 1984–85 and the semi-finals of the competition's precursor tournament, the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, in 1964–65.
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Rafael Pereira da Silva

Rafael was born in Petrópolis, known as "The City of Peter", approximately one hour's drive away from Rio de Janeiro in Rio de Janeiro state, and began playing football from the age of five. He and his identical twin, Fábio, would play five-a-side in the city. They were then spotted by a representative of Fluminense, who gave them the opportunity to play for the club; they went to live at the club's training center at Xerém when they were just 11 years old.
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Fábio Pereira da Silva

Fábio was born in Petrópolis, "The City of Peter", approximately one hour's drive away from Rio de Janeiro in Rio de Janeiro state, and began playing football from the age of five. He and his identical twin, Rafael, would play five-a-side in the city. They were then spotted by a representative of Fluminense, who gave them the opportunity to play for the club; they went to live at the club's training center at Xerém when they were just 11 years old.
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Owen Hargreaves

Hargreaves was born in Calgary, Alberta, as the youngest of three children of Margaret and Colin Hargreaves, who had emigrated from the United Kingdom at the start of the 1980s. His father played football for the Bolton Wanderers youth side and also for the Calgary Kickers of the Canadian Soccer League. He is the only member of his family born in Canada. His brother Darren and his mother were both born in Wales, his other brother Neil and his father were born in England
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The Wazza, best England Sticker

Rooney became the youngest player to play for England when he earned his first cap in a friendly against Australia  on 12 February 2003 at seventeen,[129]  the same age at which he also became the youngest player to score an England goal. Arsenal youngster Theo Walcott broke Rooney's appearance record by 36 days in May 2006.

His first tournament action was at Euro 2004, in which he became the youngest scorer in competition history on 17 June 2004, when he scored twice against Switzerland;however, this record was topped by Swiss midfielder Johan Vonlanthen four days later. Rooney suffered an injury in the quarter-final match against Portugal and England were eliminated on penalties.

Following a foot injury in an April 2006 Premier League match, Rooney faced a race to fitness for the 2006 World Cup. England attempted to hasten his recovery with the use of an oxygen tent,[136] which allowed Rooney to enter a group match against Trinidad and Tobago and start the next match against Sweden. However, he never got back into game shape and went scoreless as England bowed out in the quarter-finals, again on penalty kicks.
Rooney training with England in September 2009

Rooney was red-carded in the 62nd minute of the quarter-final for stamping on Portugal defender Ricardo Carvalho as both attempted to gain possession of the ball, an incident that occurred right in front of referee Horacio Elizondo. Rooney's Manchester United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo openly protested his actions, and was in turn shoved by Rooney. Elizondo sent Rooney off, after which Ronaldo was seen winking at the Portugal bench.Rooney denied intentionally targeting Carvalho in a statement on 3 July, adding, "I bear no ill feeling to Cristiano but I'm disappointed that he chose to get involved. I suppose I do, though, have to remember that on that particular occasion we were not teammates." Elizondo confirmed the next day that Rooney was dismissed solely for the infraction on Carvalho. Rooney was fined CHF5,000 for the incident.
During the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, after England drew with Algeria, the England players were booed off the pitch by supporters. Rooney made a comment as he left the pitch to television cameras saying, "Nice to see your home fans boo you, that's loyal supporters". He later apologised for the comment, made during a lacklustre tournament for England who were eliminated in the second round.
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"Chicarito" the next striker Mexico

Hernández was one of the 21 players called up to the Mexican under-20 national team for the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada; he wore the number 11 shirt.
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Hernández playing for Mexico

On 30 September 2009, Hernández made his debut for Mexico against Colombia, where he made an assist in a 2–1 loss. On 24 February 2010, Hernández scored two goals against Bolivia and had an assist for Braulio Luna's goal. On 3 March, Hernández scored a header against New Zealand, giving Mexico the lead in a 2–0 victory.On 17 March, Hernández scored his fourth international goal to give Mexico a 2–1 victory over North Korea. On 26 May, he scored a consolation header against the Netherlands in a 2–1 loss. On 30 May, Hernández scored yet again, netting twice in a 5–1 victory over Gambia.

On 11 June, Hernández made his FIFA World Cup debut during the opening game of the 2010 tournament against South Africa in a 1–1 draw, coming on in the 73rd minute to replace Guillermo Franco. On 17 June, Hernández again came off the bench and this time scored his first ever World Cup goal, netting the first in a 2–0 victory over France by springing the offside trap, latching onto a through ball from Rafael Marquez, sidestepping Hugo Lloris and sidefooting into the net. By scoring he emulated his grandfather, Tomás Balcázar, who scored against France in the 1954 World Cup.[44] He was elected as man of the match. On 27 June, Hernández made his first start at a World Cup and netted his second goal of the World Cup, by turning Martín Demichelis on the edge of the box before sending a left-foot shot into the roof of the net,in Mexico's 3-1 loss against Argentina in the round of 16. FIFA's statistical analysis showed that Hernández was the quickest player in World Cup 2010, reaching a top speed of 32.15 km/h.
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Robbie Fowler

Fowler was born in Toxteth, Merseyside, England and brought up in the inner city area of Liverpool, England. At this time he was known as Robert Ryder, his mother's surname.  He lived in Toxteth at the time of the 1981 Toxteth riots, when he was six years old. As a youngster he supported Everton F.C., regularly travelling to Goodison Park. He played regularly for schoolboy team Thorvald, and once scored 16 times in a 26–0 rout.
In 1985 a 10-year-old Fowler was selected for Liverpool Schoolboys and was spotted by Liverpool scout Jim Aspinall. He began training with Liverpool once a week and signed schoolboy forms with the club. On leaving school in 1991 he signed as a YTS trainee, and turned professional on his 17th birthday less than a year later.
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Andriy Shevchenko

Andriy Mykolayovych Shevchenko born 29 September 1976) is a Ukrainian  footballer who plays for Dynamo Kyiv and the Ukraine national team as a striker. He is the third-highest scorer in the history of European club competition with 67 goals as of 2011-03-10, behind Filippo Inzaghi and Raúl. He is also the all-time top scorer of the Derby della Madonnina (derby between A.C. Milan and their local rivals Internazionale) with 14 goals
Andriy Mykolayovych Shevchenko born 29 September 1976) is a Ukrainian  footballer who plays for Dynamo Kyiv and the Ukraine national team as a striker. He is the third-highest scorer in the history of European club competition with 67 goals as of 2011-03-10, behind Filippo Inzaghi and Raúl. He is also the all-time top scorer of the Derby della Madonnina (derby between A.C. Milan and their local rivals Internazionale) with 14 goals.
Shevchenko's career has been highlighted by many awards, the most prestigious of which was the Ballon d'Or in 2004 (becoming the third Ukrainian, after Oleg Blokhin and Igor Belanov to receive it). He won the UEFA Champions League in 2003 with Milan, and he has also won various league and cup titles in Ukraine, Italy, and England.
In his illustrious international career, the striker led the Ukraine national football team as captain to the quarterfinals in their first ever FIFA World Cup appearance in 2006.
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Pavel Nedvěd

Pavel Nedvěd born 30 August 1972 in Cheb) is a retired Czech former football midfielder. He is one of the most successful Czech players to have played in a top European league, winning numerous accolades with Lazio  and Juventus. Widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the modern era, he was the recipient of the prestigious Ballon d'Or, the first Czech player since the break up of Czechoslovakia, in 2003 while at Juventus. He is known for his energy and tireless runs, hence his nickname Furia Ceca ("The Czech Fury", an Italian wordplay with Furia Cieca meaning "Blind Fury" instead) amongst Juve fans, as well as his goal scoring ability.
Nedvěd was born in the town of Cheb and was raised in the nearby town Skalná. Nedvěd began his career in his native Czechoslovakia. He played for top Prague clubs, Dukla Prague and Sparta Prague. From Sparta, he moved to Italy, where he became famous. His performances at UEFA Euro 1996 did not go unnoticed; despite having a verbal agreement with PSV, Nedvěd decided to move from Sparta Prague to Lazio  in the Serie A in 1996.
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Paolo Di Canio

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Di Canio was born in Rome, in the district of Quarticciolo. He signed for Lazio, in 1985; here he remained until 1990, moving to another of Italy's biggest clubs, Juventus. He stayed there until 1993 and successive seasons saw him join first Napoli  and then A.C. Milan. In 1996 he joined Celtic in Scotland, and his successful season in Glasgow  (scoring 15 goals in 37 appearances) saw him make a move to the English Premiership as he joined Sheffield Wednesday for a sum of around £4.2m. Whilst in Sheffield, Di Canio was the club's leading goal scorer for the 1997–98 season with 14 goals and he became a favourite of the fans.
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Iván Luis Zamorano

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Iván Luis Zamorano Zamora (born January 18, 1967 in Santiago) is a retired Chilean football striker. Along with Marcelo Salas, Roberto Rojas, Elias Figueroa, and Sergio Livingstone he has been some of Chile's most recognized football players.

He was a member of the Chilean national team and played in the 1998 World Cup. He played for several clubs, notably Spanish clubs Sevilla and Real Madrid C.F. as well as Italian club Internazionale. He won the 1994-95 La Liga title and was the season's top scorer with Real Madrid. He also won the UEFA Cup with Internazionale.

In 2004, Zamorano was selected among the FIFA 100, a list of the best living football players in the world compiled by Pelé.
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Antonio Valencia

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Luis Antonio Valencia Mosquera (born 4 August 1985),  commonly known as Antonio Valencia, is an Ecuadorian  footballer who currently plays as a winger  for Manchester United and the Ecuadorian national team.
After progressing through the youth system at El Nacional, Valencia became a first team regular and made over 80 appearances for the club before signing for La Liga side Villarreal in 2005. He only made two league appearances for the Spanish side in between successful loan spells at Recreativo for the 2005–06 season and later English Premier League club Wigan Athletic from 2006 to 2008. Wigan later signed Valencia on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee in January 2008. His performances for Wigan soon attracted attention from several high profile clubs and he turned down a move to Real Madrid before signing for Manchester United in June 2009, as a replacement for the departed Cristiano Ronaldo. Valencia has since won the 2009-10 Football League Cup and the 2010 FA Community Shield during his time at Manchester United along with being voted into PFA Team of the Year in his debut season.
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Alan Smith

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Alan Smith (born 28 October 1980) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for Newcastle United, and has won 19 England caps.
Smith first came to prominence as a forward during his early days at Leeds United before Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson started using him in a more withdrawn role and turning him into a midfielder. Smith has earned a reputation as a hard-tackling midfielder and is noted for his high work rate.
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Javier Hernández "Chicharito"

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Javier Hernández Balcázar born 1 June 1988), also known simply as Chicharito, is a Mexican footballer who currently plays as a forward for Manchester United, being the first Mexican to do so, and the Mexican national team. He previously played for Mexican club Guadalajara. He made his debut for Mexico in September 2009 in a match against Colombia and represented them at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, scoring twice. He is the son of Javier Hernández Gutiérrez and the grandson of Tomás Balcázar.
Hernández was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco and first played in a recreation league when he was seven years old. His father, Javier Hernández Gutiérrez, himself a previous Mexican international striker, said he never thought his son would actually make it as a professional. Hernández joined C.D. Guadalajara  at the age of nine and signed his first professional contract when he was 15.  He was set to play in the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship, but an injury sidelined him from the team that ultimately won the championship.
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Xavi Hernandez

Full name : Xavier Hernández i Creus
Date of birth : 25 January 1980
Place of birth : Terrassa, Spain
Playing position : Midfielder
Career club : Barcelona 1988-
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Roberto Carlos

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Full name : Roberto Carlos da Silva Rocha
Date of birth : 10 April 1973
Place of birth Garça, São Paulo, Brazil
Playing position : Left wingback
Career club : União São João 1990–1993
  Palmeiras 1993–1995
  Internazionale 1995–1996
  Real Madrid 1996–2007
  Fenerbahçe 2007–2009
  Corinthians 2010–2011
  Anzhi Makhachkala 2011–
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Zinedine Zidane

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Full name : Zinedine Yazid Zidane
Date of birth : 23 June 1972
Place of birth : Marseille, France
Playing position : Playmaker
Career club : Cannes 1988–1992
  Bordeaux 1992–1996
  Juventus 1996–2001
  Real Madrid 2001–2006
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Iker Casillas

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Full name : Iker Casillas Fernández
Date of birth : 20 May 1981
Place of birth : Móstoles, Madrid, Spain
Playing position : Goalkeeper
Career club : Real Madrid 1999–
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Patrice Evra

Full name : Patrice Latyr Evra
Date of birth : 15 May 1981
Place of birth : Dakar, Senegal
Playing position : Left back
Career club : Marsala 1998–1999
  Monza 1999–2000
  Nice 2000–2002
  Monaco 2002–2006

  Manchester United 2006–
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Owen Hargreaves

Full name : Owen Lee Hargreaves
Date of birth : 20 January 1981
Place of birth : Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Playing position : Midfielder
Career club : Bayern Munich 2000–2007
  Manchester United 2007–
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Roberto Baggio

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Full name : Roberto Baggio
Date of birth : 18 February 1967
Place of birth : Caldogno, Italy
Playing position : Second striker
Career club : Vicenza 1982–1985
  Fiorentina 1985–1990
  Juventus 1990–1995
 Milan 1995–1997
 Bologna 1997–1998
 Internazionale 1998–2000
 Brescia 2000–2004
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Ruud van Nistelrooy

Full name : Rutgerus Johanne Martinus van Nistelrooij
Date of birth : 1 July 1976
Place of birth : Oss, North Brabant, Netherlands
Playing position : Striker
Career club : Den Bosch 1993–1997
  Heerenveen 1997–1998
  PSV Eindhoven 1998–2001
  Manchester United 2001–2006
  Real Madrid 2006–2010
  Hamburger SV 2010–
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Adrian Mutu

Full name : Adrian Mutu
Date of birth : January 8, 1979
Place of birth : Călineşti, Romania
Playing position : Striker
Career club : Argeş Piteşti 1996–1999
  Dinamo Bucureşti 1999–2000
  Internazionale 2000
  Verona 2000–2002
  Parma 2002–2003
  Chelsea 2003–2004
  Juventus 2005–2006
  Fiorentina 2006–
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Gabriel Batistuta

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Full name : Gabriel Omar Batistuta
Date of birth : 1 February 1969
Place of birth : Reconquista, Argentina
Playing position : Striker
Career club : Newell's Old Boys 1988–1989
  River Plate 1989–1990
  Boca Juniors 1990–1991
  Fiorentina 1999-2000
  Roma  2000–2003  Internazionale 2003
  Al Arabi 2003–2005
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Nemanja Vidić

Full name : Nemanja Vidić
Date of birth : 21 October 1981
Place of birth : Titovo Užice, SFR Yugoslavia
Playing position : Centre back
Career club : Red Star Belgrade 2000–2004
  Spartak Moscow 2004–2006
  Manchester United 2006–
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Luís Nani

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Full name : Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha
Date of birth : 17 November 1986
Place of birth : Praia, Cape Verde
Playing position : Winger
Career club : Sporting CP 2005–2007
  Manchester United 2007–
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Full name : Wayne Mark Rooney
Date of birth : 24 October 1985
Place of birth : Croxteth, Liverpool, England
Playing position : Forward
Career club : Everton 2002–2004
  Manchester United 2004–
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Dimitar Berbatov

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Full name : Dimitar Ivanov Berbatov
Date of birth : 30 January 1981
Place of birth : Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
Playing position : Deep-lying Forward
Career club : CSKA Sofia 1998–2001
  Bayer Leverkusen 2001–2006
  Tottenham Hotspur 2006–2008
  Manchester United 2008–
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Rio Ferdinand

Full name : Rio Gavin Ferdinand
Date of birth : 7 November 1978
Place of birth : Peckham, London, England
Playing position : Centre back
Career club : West Ham United 1996–2000
  Leeds United 2000–2002
  Manchester United 2002–
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Michael Owen

Full name : Michael James Owen
Date of birth : 14 December 1979
Place of birth : Chester, England
Playing position : Striker
Career club : Liverpool 1996–2004
  Real Madrid 2004–2005
  Newcastle United 2005–2009
  Manchester United 2009-
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Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Full name : Ole Gunnar Solskjær
Date of birth : 26 February 1973
Place of birth : Kristiansund, Norway
Playing position : Forward
Career club : Clausenengen 1990–1994
  Molde 1994–1996
  Manchester United 1996–2007
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Paul Scholes

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Full name : Paul Aaron Scholes
Date of birth : 16 November 1974
Place of birth : Salford, Greater Manchester
Playing position : Midfielder
Current club : Manchester United
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Edwin van der Sar

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Full name : Edwin van der Sar
Date of birth : 29 October 1970
Place of birth : Voorhout, Netherlands
Playing position : Goalkeeper
Current club : Manchester United
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Ryan Giggs

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Full name : Ryan Joseph Giggs
Date of birth : 29 November 1973
Place of birth : Cardiff, Wales
Playing position : Midfielder
Current club : Manchester United
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