There are some footballers who venture into other fields after retirement from football. Some of them take up acting as a career once they have retired. Let us look at famous footballers who have featured in movies. 1. David Beckham: The legendary English star has featured in 'King Arthur: Legend of the sword'.
When it comes to Football, winning trophies means success. Players with the many championship trophies and are regarded as the most successful. In this article, we will be looking at prominent footballers, who did so much in their careers, but couldn't win any major trophy.
Arsenal star talked up for SHOCK potential Liverpool transfer after Mikel Arteta row Arsenal misfit Matteo Guendouzi could be a decent signing for the likes of Liverpool or Manchester City, according to pundit Stan Collymore. Writing in his column for the Sunday People, the former Reds ace talked up a possible move for Guendouzi to join his old club, saying the Frenchman is good enough for Jurgen Klopp’s side, despite his struggles at Arsenal. Guendouzi is currently out of favour at the Emirates Stadium, with
Competition overtaking Arsenal in race for midfield prodigy – ‘Very close’ to summer move It seems that Arsenal are about to lose the race for Hungarian starlet Dominik Szoboszlai. Just a few weeks ago, we covered reports which said the Gunners were in ‘well advanced’ negotiations for the midfielder, just as the likes of Milan and Paris Saint Germain. But now it looks like the Rossoneri are close to securing his signing, according to a report from Pianeta Milan today. They claim that the 19-year-old
It should be remembered that just like Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku also returned to the Premier League this summer, with his former club Chelsea FC, which he played for in the past. Stan Collymore has no doubts that Romelu Lukaku will be more important for Chelsea this season than Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United.
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EPL: Lukaku will be more important than Ronaldo this season – Stan Collymore Sport pundit, Stan Collymore, has said Romelu Lukaku is more important this season to Chelsea, than Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United. The both player returned to the premier league during this summer.
Frank Lampard has, guided Chelsea to a fourth place finish in the Premier League this season. That Champions League qualification ,was guaranteed after the Blues secured a 2-0 victory over Wolves on the final matchday. In the penultimate match though, the Stamford Bridge side suffered a 3-5 defeat against champions Liverpool. Moreover, that match was marred because of an altercation between Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp. While many fans have not been happy with the Chelsea legend, former Liverpool star Stan
Football played throughout the winter is nothing new for Premier League fans, however, and the New Year’s Day schedule is amongst the most eagerly anticipated on the calendar.The first fixture of the new year will see Everton take on West Ham at Goodison Park, before a fascinating contest between in-form Manchester United and an Aston Villa side pushing towards a place in Europe.After the 2021 New Year’s Day game played, we’ve decided to look back at some of most memorable Premier League offerings in January
The immense popularity of football as a sport around the globe can't be overemphasized it a phenomenal that unites people of different colour, race and tribes all round. It serves as means of entertainment to those watching which literally makes footballers entertainers, something that that comes easy and natural to them because of their relative on screen performance on the pitch and also ability to not shy away from camera. It is as a result of this many footballers have towed the path of little stardom in
Sport Pundit, Stan Collymore has said that Chelsea Star Romelu Lukaku will be more important than Five time Ballon d'or winner Cristiano Ronald this season and has given his reasons for saying so. According to Collymore, Chelsea would feel the impact of losing Romelu Lukaku to a spell on the sidelines more than if United were to lose Cristiano Ronaldo to injuries or suspensions.
Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore has revealed two things Thomas Tuchel changed at the club after replacing Frank Lampard as Chelsea boss in January.According to Collymore, Tuchel made two changes in Chelsea which are: 1.He made the spine of his team as strong as he possibly could and 2.
Chelsea have been linked with a move for Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho, with the Blues pressing for a loan deal for the Brazilian, with an option to buy. Coutinho made a big money move to Barcelona in January 2018 but struggled to perform with the Catalan giants, before eventually moving to Bayern Munich on loan, which also didn’t work for him. Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore has now warned that signing Coutinho could be a big mistake by Chelsea boss Frank Lampard. “If Frank Lampard signs Phi
After completing his signing to the west London club Chelsea, Timo Werner is still finding his scoring form in competitions so far for his side as the highly rated striker is not yet living to his potential. A lot of criticism has Been placed heavily on the player from both the fans and football analysts around the world as he is failing to deliver certain promises. The striker who has been backed by his head coach as still adapting to the new styles of play in the team, has also been rated by his performance
The French striker would be the attacker that the club needs to take a quality leap at the offensive level and to add a player that can rotate with the three starters. After being champion of the Premier League for the first time in its history but failing in the rest of the competitions, Liverpool is working on planning its squad for next season, with the aim of repeating the national title and power win the UEFA Champions League again, which has become the new challenge for the team led by Jürgen Klopp. And,
Troy Deeney and N'Golo Kante have would not come back to preparing due to the coronavirus fears. Stan Collymore supports such a choice and cases he would get that from any player. It's dependent upon the Premier League to persuade players that they will be sheltered when the season resumes. Troy Deeney and N'Golo Kante have become the primary players in the Premier League to decline to come back to preparing. Previous Liverpool striker Stan Collymore completely comprehends the chaps' interests. "Tro
Hello readers of mine! How're you and how has your week been. Anyway, kindly follow me for more amazing gists. I've also noticed that you read my article without commenting. Please amd please, try as much as possible to like, comment and share as that would encourage me to write more. Here are 8 footballers who have been seen in movies: 1. David Beckham. The handsome featured in the popular movies, King Arthur: legend of the sword. 2. Stan Collymore. He played for Fulham, Aston Villa as well as Crystal palace.
Footballers are always among famous people in the world because the sport is followed by lots of people of various races, culture and nationality. Some many football players have appeared in movies as well as TV series and today we want to take a look at those footballer players who have acted movies in their career. Starting from the great people down to England lend David Beckham, here are five football players who have appeared in a movie. 1. Pele Brazilian legend Pele appeared in the 1981 film titled " Escape
Former Liverpool forward Stan Collymore believes the 2019/20 Liverpool side will not be remembered as one of the greatest English sides. Jurgen Klopp’s side are on the brink of securing their first league triumph in 30 years and their maiden one in the Premier League era. They have only lost once in 29 games in the top-flight this season and stand a chance of beating Manchester City’s record for the most points in a Premier League reason. Collymore argues the Reds have not really matched teams of same
A former Liverpool striker has given his submission on how he thinks the English premiership table will look like at the end of the 2020/21 season that kicks off this weekend. Stan Collymore during an interview via his twitter handle listed teams he feels will make the top 4 in the 2020/21 season. His prediction clearly showed that he thinks his former club, Liverpool, which is the current champion, is not going to win the title next year, as he places Manchester City ahead of other teams he listed. Also, it
Ex-Premier League star Stan Collymore has asserted in his most recent segment for the Mirror that Frank Lampard would make his 'first misstep' as Chelsea chief if he somehow happened to sign Philippe Coutinho. Chelsea were offered the opportunity to sign the 27-year-old from Barcelona this mid year for an expense of £75m. The west London outfit keep on being connected with the previous Liverpool man however Collymore demands that Coutinho is one of the 'most misrepresented assaulting midfielders in the