The most expensive defenders in the history of "Barcelona"
FootballHD recalls defense players whose transfers cost the Catalan club treasury a pretty penny. December 20, "Barcelona" announced an agreement with "Valencia" about the transition on loan to defender Jason…

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Valery Lobanovsky - Great coach!
The older generation of football fans who took the beginning of the 1960s should remember well the famous corner kicks of Valery Lobanovsky, the attacking Dynamo player of Kiev Dynamo.…

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I support a team that no one likes.
- Why are Atalanta fans not friends with anyone? - A question on one of the football excursions in Bergamo. “Historically, it was considered a rejected city, a city in…

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Young top talents.
In 2003, the leadership of the Tuttosport publication had the idea to establish an award for the best young footballer in Europe, which will be awarded annually. In order to…

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Who is Ayrton Lucas and why is he to Spartak?

On Monday, December 17, Spartak announced the acquisition of left-back Fluminense, Ayrton Lucas, with whom a long-term contract was concluded. According to unofficial information, Muscovites paid about 7 million euros for the transition of a 21-year-old football player.
Not all of this amount will go to the Fluminense treasury. The club owned only half of the economic rights to Ayrton, and therefore has the right to claim only 3.5 million euros. Selling a key one for the “tricolor” in the completed Brazilian championship left-handed fullback became vital for the club. Fluminense now, like many South American clubs, is in dire need of money. Continue reading

The main virtues of 2018.
Let's be honest, footballers rarely boast a good reputation. Drinkers, brawlers and revelers - when you have money and fame, the world is full of temptations. But this is not…

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Shunsuke Nakamura: Japanese genius, who became the legend of "Celtic"
Despite the considerable success, few of the fans with warmth recalls the “Celtic” from the time of Gordon Strachan. They prefer the five-year plan led by Martin O'Neill, who returned…

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