Three Footballers Who Played in The 2002 World Cup That Are Still Active
The passage of time has a way of reminding us of the fleeting nature of sporting careers. As we reflect on the 2002 World Cup, a tournament that holds a special place in the hearts of football fans, we realize that only three players who graced the grandest stage of them all are still actively playing the beautiful game.
The Last Team to Win The World Cup With Their Entire Squad Playing in Local Clubs Was Italy In 2006
In the realm of international football, Italy stands out as the last team to clinch the prestigious World Cup title with their entire squad hailing from domestic clubs. This remarkable feat occurred in 2006, captivating the hearts of football enthusiasts worldwide. Let's take a closer look at the remarkable players who represented Italy in that victorious campaign, along with the clubs they called home.
Some Of The Greatest Players To Never Win The Champions League Following Ibrahimovic's Retirement.
Football icon Zlatan Ibrahimovic announced his retirement last Sunday following the conclusion of the 2022/23 Serie A season with AC Milan. The 41-year old won numerous silverware throughout his playing career that spanned for more than two decades, but one major European trophy eluded the Swedish and that is the UEFA Champions League.
The Goalkeeper That Was Coached By The Three Of His Former Teammates
Gianluigi Buffon, one of the most iconic goalkeepers in football history, had the unique experience of being coached by three of his former teammates throughout his illustrious career. Buffon's journey began with an interesting twist when he conceded his first-ever goal in professional football to Ciro Ferrara, who was playing for Juventus at the time while Buffon represented Parma.
PSG 2-3 CLE: Worst Players As PSG Suffer A Disappointing Home League Defeat
Christophe Galtier led Paris Saint Germain team were in action yesterday in their last league game of the French Ligue 1 season against Clermont at the Parc Des Princes. The Parisien in the game were not outstanding with their level of performance as they ended their title-winning campaign in a disappointing three goals two scoreline. Sergio Ramos and Kylian Mbappe gave the host a double lead before Johan Gastien and Mehdi Zeffane got the game balanced heading into the half time break which ended two all draw.