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I understand that you’re old enough to make the decision to have sex. Tell him that he didn’t need to hit someone three years younger than him. Would he stay with you for the rest of your life and be there through the thick and thin? You may love him but as time passes you discover deeper dimensions of love. Woman, you are 16 freaking years old. Let him know that he overreacted. I understand that you didn’t want your older brother to beat him up. You went through something pretty crappy but the fact of the matter is that your brother loves you enough to stick up for you. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA THE PRESSURE INVOLVED IN RAISING A CHILD?! Ask yourself if your boyfriend would put a ring on your finger if you got knocked up. I get that the sex was consensual. Make him think about what he did. Email me in 11 years and I’ll bet you’ll be telling me that I was right. I also understand that you love both your boyfriend and older brother. Sex is one of those things that’s meant to be saved for marriage. Would he stay with you for the rest of…

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Best answer: He did what any older brother would do. I’m 27 and my daughter just turned 7 months. He’s clearly an idiot and an emotionless subhuman moron. Don’t listen to the mongoloid (retard) that said to call the cops on your own brother. 90% of the time they’re not happy. Let him know that you’re old enough for that and that you acted on strong feelings for your boyfriend. Whether you believe it or not, at 16 you’re not mature enough for any of this ****. Don’t get angry with him for that.

1 – You need to speak to your brother and say that you understand he was protecting you, thank him for that, but MAKE IT CLEAR you weren’t raped. Ask him to explain why he could have sex at 16 and not you. Some of it might not.

- When you started dating this guy did he introduce himself to your whole family? Did he even volunteer to meet your parents? If he didn’t he’s not a gentleman or a man in any way, shape, or form. I’m 27 and my daughter just turned 7 months. I’m speaking from personal experience.

I sincerely hope this helps. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA THE PRESSURE INVOLVED IN RAISING A CHILD?! Ask yourself if your boyfriend would put a ring on your finger if you got knocked up. I was honestly trying to help.

3 – How long did you know him before having sex? How long did you wait?

- How long does a guy have to wait (for you) before he hits it? What would you say about other girls that did the same thing?

- I’ve spoken to both men and women that are promiscuous, single, and having casual sex. Take whatever is relevant.

2 – Lift up your standards. Its a deeper level of intimacy. My first girl’s family loved me! I was respectful and presented myself as a man. Being in a committed relationship is a beautiful thing. I know that I can be a bit abrasive and come off as mean.

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He did what any older brother would do. Woman, you are 16 freaking years old. I met the family of my first girlfriend.

So I’m gonna get to the point. I was 16 once too. I would sit at dinner with them. Some of this might apply. Love is deeper than spreading your legs and having butterflies in your stomach. And when you’re married the sex does indeed get a lot better! Imagine being with someone for years and years and getting to know EVERYTHING they like.

I don’t mean to be harsh, hun. I understand that you have feelings for your boyfriend view it

Bayern Munich beats Dortmund –

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After the break, Robert Lewandowski took the game away from the visitors with a double of his own, taking his remarkable tally to 12 goals in four games.

Thomas Mueller bagged an early brace to put the reigning title holder in control before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave Dortmund hope with a reply just before halftime.

Mario Goetze scored the final goal to round off a stunning afternoon for the home side which looks unstoppable in its domestic league and is looking to regain the Champions League crown. “The title isn’t won today. .

Guardiola sounded a note of caution after the victory.

Read: When Guardiola met Tuchel

Sanchez boosts Arsenal In the English Premier League, Alexis Sanchez scored two superb goals in Arsenal’s 3-0 win over fellow title challengers Manchester United at the Emirates.

United would have gone top with a victory, but instead was swept aside by the home side in a pulsating first half.

Chilean star Sanchez put Arsenal ahead in the sixth minute with an impudent back heel and just a minute later it was 2-0 as Theo Walcott set up Mesut Ozil for a sidefoot finish.

Louis van Gaal’s visitors were in disarray and another flowing Arsenal move saw Sanchez rocket home the third in the 19th minute, his sixth in three games.

It was the final goal of the match, with Petr Cech making sure United was unable to gain a foothold with fine saves from Anthony Martial and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Victory took Arsenal above Manchester United into second place on goal difference, trailing leader Manchester City by two points.

In the earlier Merseyside derby, Liverpool drew 1-1 at Everton in what proved to be its manager Brendan Rodgers’ final game in charge, the club announcing his sacking soon after the clash.

Danny Ings put Liverpool ahead but Roman Lukaku equalized just before the break after slack Liverpool defending. Sunday’s other game in the EPL saw Tottenham Hotspur draw 2-2 at Swansea.

Honors even in Madrid derbyCristiano Ronaldo failed to score for the fourth straight La Liga game as his Real Madrid team was held 1-1 by Atletico in the capital city derby.

A late equalizer from Luciano Vietto gave the home side a deserved share of the spoils and stretched its unbeaten run against Real to six games.

Karim Benzema’s early header had given Real the lead and it was maintained after Keylor Navas kept out an Antoine Griezmann penalty.

Ronaldo was limited to few glimpses of goal as Real was forced back after the break and Costa Rican international Vietto scored from close range in the 83rd minute.

Navas had to make a brilliant late save from Jackson Martinez to keep the scores level with Real missing the chance to go top, instead occupying second spot, a point behind Villarreal.

Even by recent standards of domestic domination this early season form by Pep Guardiola’s team is impressive and it showed before a capacity crowd at its Allianz Arena. We have to remain grounded,” he told gathered reporters.

“We’re delighted because we’ve beaten one of the best teams in Europe,” he added.

Third-placed Schalke missed the chance to move above Dortmund into second place when beaten 3-0 at home earlier Sunday by Cologne view it

Liverpool eyes move for Berbatov

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True or not, they’re always entertaining… The punchlines, over.

Owen Coyle blasted referee Chris Foy after a controversial 2-2 draw at Stoke which resulted in Bolton’s relegation.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy insists none of the club’s top stars will leave this summer.. The 44 years, over. Harry Redknapp has a message for his nephew Frank Lampard: Hope you lose in Germany.

Roberto Mancini hailed Sergio Aguero for his dramatic 94th-minute goal that clinched the title for Man City.

Steven Gerrard missed the defeat by Swansea – but he has handed England a major Euro 2012 boost.

Manchester City’s players wept tears of joy as they snatched the title from United in most dramatic 125 seconds in Premier League history.

Liverpool are set to make an offer for Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, who has made just five Premier League starts this season.


Joey Barton is facing a 10-match ban for his red card disgrace at Manchester City.

Owen Coyle raged at two decisions by referee Chris Foy as Bolton were relegated.


Aston Villa fans chanted for Alex McLeish to be sacked – and for Norwich boss Paul Lambert to replace him.

Everton boss David Moyes is keeping tabs on Hungarian keeper Balazs Megyeri as he looks for new competition for Tim Howard.



Manchester City won the greatest Premier League title race – and they did it in Fergie time.

There were people on the pitch and it was all over. The mockery, over.

A “crazy finish to the season” was how Roberto Mancini perfectly summed it up as Man City won the league title.

Roberto Di Matteo’s hopes of landing the Chelsea job suffered a hammer blow after an astonishing attack from the club’s board.

Roy Hodgson is receiving information about the strained relationship between John Terry and Rio Ferdinand.



Manchester United and Newcastle are considering making bids for 6.5m-rated France right-back Mathieu Debuchy after Lille indicated the 26-year-old would be allowed to leave in the summer transfer window.

Sir Alex Ferguson taunted his City rivals claiming it will take them “a hundred years” to challenge Manchester United’s record-breaking achievements.


Sir Alex Ferguson wants to sign no more than three Borussia Dortmund players after watching their 5-2 German Cup final victory over Bayern Munich.

Neil Lennon revealed Celtic have slapped in a 3million bid for a player – believed to be Rosenborg midfielder Markus Henriksen – as he prepared to battle to keep Gary Hooper.

Paul Scholes has not ruled out playing at Euro 2012 next month.

Kyle Walker handed England a new injury scare for England 2012 last night.

Kevin Blackwell is on the shortlist to follow Nicky Barmby at the KC Stadium.


Joey Barton faces a NINE game ban after being sent off at Man City.

MANCHESTER, England Each day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters view it

Fan Blogs | The Shed

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They’re all about Chelsea so worth checking out, but please note Chelsea Football Club is NOT responsible for the content on these pages and any that contain inapproprate content or are too outdated will be removed.

If you are interested in joining an official supporters club, there are many in both the UK and around the world.


. What’s the difference between an unofficial website and a blog you might be asking?


You can also visit the club’s own Official foreign language websites in these countries…

Fan Blogs

This is a list of blogs, facebook pages and unofficial Chelsea websites run by fans themselves. Whereas a fan blog is purely a series of written articles expressing the author’s opinion on topics that interest them, a bit more like a newspaper column.

This is a list of fan blogs.


This is a list of sites run by overseas Chelsea fans in the language of their respective country

>> click here to see a map of the Official Supporter Clubs

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German clubs’ Euro exit no cause for panic, say officials | Reuters

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We have to keep at it if we are to remain at the top. Germany’s Bundesliga has been witnessing a boom for the past 10 years with revenues rising, clubs largely debt-free and successful on the pitch.

Bayern alone have reached the Champions League final three times in the last five seasons, with Dortmund also making the final and Schalke into the semis.

Both teams had also made the quarter-finals in 2013 and 2014.

“This (exit) confirms what we had said after the glorious World Cup,” German football association (DFB) President Wolfgang Niersbach told reporters.

BERLIN German football officials have played down the failure by three out of four Bundesliga clubs to advance past the Champions League round of 16 but said success should never be taken for granted even months after the country won the World Cup.

(Editing by Mitch Phillips)

“There is no time to rest, no time to ease off.

Five-time winners Bayern Munich are the last German team left in the competition, less than two years after they featured along with Dortmund in the first ever all-German Champions League final in 2013.

On Tuesday Leverkusen were eliminated on penalties by Atletico Madrid with Schalke eliminated last week despite winning 4-3 at Real Madrid following a 2-0 loss at home.

German football league (DFL) President Reinhard Rauball said Schalke and Leverkusen had been a little unlucky.

“Schalke could have advanced,” Rauball said after the Germans gave Real a major scare in the return leg, coming to within a goal of advancing. I hope Bayern can now make it to the final in Berlin.”

“Leverkusen were extremely unlucky and the only club that deservedly was eliminated is unfortunately Dortmund,” said Rauball who is also president of the Ruhr valley club.”

Borussia Dortmund joined Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke 04 out of the Europe’s premier competition on Wednesday after a 5-1 aggregate loss to Juventus.

With four teams, Germany had more clubs in the knockout stage this season than Spain, England or Italy, though all three of England’s last-16 contenders also went out.

Dortmund lost 3-0 at home to Juventus on Wednesday to equal their highest home defeat of the competition after also losing the first leg 2-1 in Italy. view it

Find out why a Manhattan building will not renew leases

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When the time comes to renew your lease-don’t! Talk to Blue Lake Commercial Real Estate first, 952-405-8292 the #1 choice in commercial real estate. The 14,000 square foot space will be part of a developers plan to build a new 65-story building and a Vanderbilt office skyscraper. Modell.

. Darrin Dufresne concurs that Modells executives made the right choice to begin the search for a new space. It moved into its present location in the SL Green property in 1990. “The biggest mistake that tenants make is entering into a lease renewal without broker representation.”

Renewing a lease agreement is best when business owners have tenant representation. Modells is a Manhattan based retailer who will not be allowed to renew their lease when it expires in February. Modell’s lease will expire in February, and the retailer will vacate the premises in order to make way for the developer’s new 65-story, 1 Vanderbilt office skyscraper.

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Tenants need representation so their interests are met and also so tenant costs such as lease rates are minimized, while concessions and allowances are maximized. Before renewing a lease agreement call Blue Lake Commercial Real Estate, 952-405-8292 or email

“We’re looking in the area to replace it–we’ve been looking for the last two years since we found out,” said Mr. Darrin says, the primary goal of a landlord is to maximize the value of their real estate by obtaining the highest lease rates, with the fewest tenant improvements and concessions.

“We were a fixture on the street,” said Mitchell Modell, the chain’s chief executive, noting that the company has maintained a presence in the area for 52 years. Restaurants, bars, and retail companies rely on their spaces to maintain, function, and operate. Blue Lake Commercial’s president Darrin Dufresne shares his thoughts on tenant representation. Modells is now shuffling to find a new building.

Modells is located on 42nd street and is across from Vanderbilt Avenue. Every contract lease renewal should be treated as a “new” transaction view it

Di Maria takes spotlight as PSG beat Malmo | Reuters

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Real started their campaign with a 4-0 win over Shakhtar on Tuesday.

PARIS Angel Di Maria, playing his first Champions League game since he appeared in the 2014 final with Real Madrid, needed only four minutes to make his mark back in Europe’s elite competition as Paris St Germain beat Swedish champions Malmo 2-0 on Tuesday.

“But in the first half we could have been more patient. The visitors, however, appeared to have abandoned all hope by then and with the three points secured, Blanc substituted Di Maria, who received warm applause from the crowd, with Lavezzi coming on five minutes from time.

He was replaced by Javier Pastore 15 minutes from time.

Malmo thought their moment had come in the 26th minute but Markus Rosenberg’s goal was disallowed after the forward had fouled Thiago Silva.

Much of the build up to the match centered on Ibrahimovic facing his boyhood side, but the Swede, who missed the last league game because of an abdominal muscle injury, for once did not take the starring role.

He showed he has what it takes to lift PSG to the next level after the French champions were knocked out in the quarter-finals in the three previous editions.

The Argentine, who left Manchester for Paris this summer, beat the offside trap to collect Marco Verratti’s pass on the right flank and from the inside the box, whipped the ball into the far top corner for his first PSG goal.

“It was like a dream, playing against them,” said Ibrahimovic afterwards.

“It’s important to start with a win,” said coach Laurent Blanc.

Di Maria came close to doubling the tally but his long-range attempt shaved Johan Wiland’s right post as PSG imposed their possessive pattern on the game.

Malmo, however, played tighter after the break but they still conceded another just after the hour when Cavani headed home after Maxwell’s cross from the left had been deflected into his path by Ibrahimovic.

Di Maria grabbed the spotlight from Zlatan Ibrahimovic who looked a little ring-rusty against his first club after his injury-blighted satart to the season.

David Luiz, unmarked at the penalty spot, missed an opportunity to put the hammer down on the game, sending a header straight at Wiland from close range.

The colly efficient nature of their Group A win underlined the belief they are likely to advance from Group A with 10-time European champions Real with Edinson Cavani wrapping up the victory with a 61st minute header at the Parc des Princes.


But the leading role fell to Di Maria, back in the competition after his miserable season at Manchester United last year.

(Reporting by Julien Pretot; Editing by Mike Collett)

Di Maria and PSG travel to Ukraine to face Shakhtar in their next match before he has a chance to repeat his magic against his former club when Real visit the Parc des Princes on Oct. 21. At the end of the day we could have scored three or four goals.”

PSG thought they had added a third through Ezequiel Lavezzi at the end but the goal was disallowed when Cavani was adjudged to be in an offside position. view it

2014 World Cup: Day 6 – Live Blogs & Updates

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He wasn’t tracking, got caught out, and is lucky to still be on.

SUB: Dries Mertens on for the disappointing Nacer Chadli.


concacaf, hoist the sailboat!

After that win, I think a round of 16 showing would be good if they can get a couple of draws in their next two games.

Ty, Jan Vertonghen gave it away for a silly foul on Sofiane Feghouli view it

Greatest Soccer Managers of All Time

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He is one of only 5 managers to have won league titles in 4 countries, and Happel and Jos Mourinho are the only two managers in history to win the league and a domestic cup in 4 countries. With 49 major trophies, he is the most successful British manager of all time.

Johan Cruyff

Born: September 2, 1913

Died: September 29, 1981

Nationality: Scottish

Career: 1949-1974

Teams Managed: Carlisle United, Grimsby Town, Workington, Huddersfield Town, Liverpool


English First Division: Liverpool 1963-64, 1965-66, 1972-73 English Second Division: Liverpool 1961-62 FA Cup: Liverpool 1964-65, 1973-74 FA Charity Shield: Liverpool 1964, 1965, 1966, 1974 UEFA Cup: Liverpool 1972-73 Shankly is mainly remembered for his time with Liverpool, when he transformed the club from second division mediocrity to becoming a feared continental powerhouse. He remains a respected adviser to both Ajax and Barcelona.

Born: January 23, 1919

Died: February 14, 1996

Nationality: English

Career: 1974-1983

Teams Managed: Liverpool


English First Division: 1975-76, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1981-82, 1982-83 League Cup: 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83 FA Charity Shield (Community Shield): 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982 European Cup: 1976-77, 1977-78, 1980-81 UEFA Cup: 1975-76 UEFA Super Cup: 1977 Bob Paisley is one of the most successful managers of all time. Herrera is also known as a pioneer of psychological motivation techniques. He took South Korea and Australia to their first ever knockout rounds in World Cups, incredibly reaching the semifinals with the former in 2002. He famously broke the Celtic-Rangers duopoly over the Scottish league, by winning the premier title with Aberdeen, and even claimed a continental trophy with the Scottish side. His name is primarily associated with the meteoric rise of Derby County and Nottingham Forest. He is the only manager to have won the Champions League, the UEFA Euro Championship, and the World Cup. Busby is best remembered for his youthful ‘Busby Babes’ teams, and his rebuilding of United after the tragic 1958 Munich air disaster. His attitude and reluctance to stay at a club for a long time led to comparisons between him and Jos Mourinho. After losing 10 players to the airplane crash (8 dead, 2 incapacitated), Busby successfully rebuilt his team around the survivors of the crash, and won England’s first European Cup ten years after the crash.

Born: October 5, 1922

Died: September 10, 1985

Nationality: Italian

Career: 1960-1985

Teams Managed: Dumfermline Athletic, Hibernian, Scotland, Celtic, Leeds United


Scottish League Championship: Celtic 1965-66, 1966-67, 1067-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1976-77 Scottish Cup: Dumfermline 1961; Celtic 1964-65, 1966-67, 1968-69, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1976-77 Scottish League Cup: Celtic 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1974-75 Summer Cup: Hibernian 1964 Rous Cup: Scotland 1985 European Cup: Celtic 1967 Jock Stein is one of the most successful British managers, and is a venerated name in British football. Despite the lack of longevity, Mourinho is already one of the most successful managers ever; He and Earnst Happel are the only two managers in the history of the game to have won league and domestic cup honors in 4 countries. His supporters claim the large number of trophies he’s managed to win, while his critics point to his disinterest in the long-term fortunes of the club. His extremely well-drilled, yet swashbuckling Milan teams were based on a preexisting core of Italian players such as Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, and Roberto Donadoni, and Dutch imports such as Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit, and Frank Rijkaard. He has to do all of this while juggling an owner focused on maintaining the budget, and fans intent on seeing their team succeed to no end. He consistently managed to exceed expectations on the international stage. His name is most closely associated with Bayern, where he won the 1973-74 European Cup, and laid the foundations of the next two, won in 1974-75 and 1975-76. The administration system put in place by Cruyff at Barcelona is said to be the source of Barcelona’s current success. He was promoted to the senior job in 1999, and led the club to several major trophies, before being sacked in 2003. Of course, it is impossible to include all the legends of the game in one list, not least because ‘greatness’ is defined and interpreted differently by everyone. Wenger is only the second manager in history (after Sir Alex Ferguson) to guide the same team to 15 consecutive European Cup/Champions League campaigns.

Marcello Lippi

Fabio Capello

Bob Paisley

Born: March 2, 1886

Died: December 21, 1968

Nationality: Italian

Career: 1912-1948

Teams Managed: Italy, Torino, AC Milan


FIFA World Cup: Italy 1934, 1938 Central European International Cup: Italy 1927-1930, 1930-1935 Olympic Men’s Football: Italy 1936 Pozzo is, as yet, the only manager to win the World Cup twice. He is the only manager to win the League-Cup double in both England and Scotland, and the only manager to win the League-Cup-Champions League treble with an English club. On a lighter note, Trappatoni is notorious for his quirky, and often mistake-filled press conferences in the regional language of his clubs.

Born: March 21, 1935

Died: September 20, 2004

Nationality: English

Career: 1965-1993

Teams Managed: Hartlepools United, Derby County, Brighton and Hove Albion, Leeds United, Nottingham Forest


English First Division: Derby County 1971-72; Nottingham Forest 1977-78 English Second Division: Derby County 1968-69 English League Cup: Nottingham Forest 1977-78, 1978-79, 1988-89, 1989-90 Anglo-Scottish Cup: Nottingham Forest 1976-77 European Cup: Nottingham Forest 1978-79. He has played or managed over 1,000 games in the Bundesliga, making him only the second, and as yet last man to achieve this milestone (after Otto Rehhagel).

Jock Stein

Born: August 8, 1951

Nationality: Dutch

Career: 1991-present

Teams Managed: Ajax, Barcelona, Netherlands, AZ Alkmaar, Bayern Munich


Eredivisie: Ajax 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96; AZ Alkmaar 2008-09 KNVB Cup: Ajax 1992-93 Dutch Supercup: Ajax 1993, 1994, 1995 La Liga: 1997-98, 1998-1999 Copa del Rey: Barcelona 1997-98 Bundesliga: Bayern Munich 2009-10 DFB-Pokal: Bayern Munich 2009-10 DFB-Supercup: Bayern Munich 2010 UEFA Champions League: Ajax 1994-95 UEFA Cup: Ajax 1991-92 UEFA Super Cup: Ajax 1995; Barcelona 1997 Intercontinental Cup: Ajax 1995 Louis van Gaal is one of the most successful and respected coaches in the modern game. After an unsuccessful term as the coach of Turkish side Beikta, and a three-year hiatus view it

Most Expensive Footballers (Soccer Players) In The World

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Over the course of three seasons at Napoli Cavani made 104 league appearances for the club and scored an incredible 78 goals, obviously boosting his transfer value massively and making him one of the most sought after strikers in the world. A Brazilian playing in an advanced midfield position just behind the striker(s), he is known for his massive array of technical abilities, and is excellent at shooting (both in one on one situations and from range), dribbling and intuitive passing vision, as well as the ability to play the passes he sees. In 2013Kak decided he wanted to leave Real Madrid, and made the move back to his European love, AC Milan, on a free transfer. Alongside his technical ability he is extremely fast and a high jumper, making him the modern day epitomy of an all round player. In 2003 he had attracted a lot of interest from European giants, and the time came for him to make the move. In addition Ronaldo won the coveted Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year in 2008, as well as finishing top goalscorer in the Premier League in 2008 (equalling the record of 31 goals), winning all four coveted Player of the Year awards for the league and winning the first ever FIFA Puskas Goal of the Year award for a 40 yard screamer against FC Porto.

During his first season at Inter Milan, Ibrahimovic finished as the club’s top scorer with 15 goals, and helped the club win it’s first league title in 17 years. Ending his spell at Ajax with 35 goals in 74 league appearances.

Gareth Bale went through another injury crisis in the first half of his first season with Real Madrid, missing much of his debut season, but he has since regained his form and has scored 10 and assisted 11 in 20 appearances for Real Madrid. This led to Ibrahimovic threatening to break Van der Vaart’s legs, and concluded in Ajax selling Ibrahimovic to Juventus for16 million. This, coupled with his fearsome left foot, great crossing ability, shooting technique and free kick speciality makes him one of the most fear attacking players in the world.

At the beginning of the 2009 summer transfer window, Real Madrid approached Milan with a68.5 million bid, and by the 8th JuneKak had moved to the Spanish giants to become part of the “new Galactico” era that Florentino Perez was aiming to create. He is also known for his religiousness and charitability.

Gareth Bale started his professional career at Southampton, playing in the left back position and praised for his free kick taking. With multiple top clubs interested in the 26 year old’s signature, including Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Paris Saint German, it was obvious that Cavani would go for a hefty price tag. At the end of the 2009-10 season he announced that his relationship with Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola had deteriorated beyond repair, and the manager hadn’t spoken to him since March. This occurred during an international match between Sweden and Netherlands, where Rafael Van der Vaart publicly accused Ibrahimovic of purposely injuring him. Then came the Calciopoli scandal in 2006, where Juventus were stripped of their last two Serie A titles due to their part in match fixing, they were also relegated to Serie B as a punishment. AC Milan shelled out8.5 million for the youngster, and he signed a contract with the reigning European champions.

Christiano Ronaldo started his professional career at Sporting CP in Portugal, making his debut aged 17. Cavani started his professional career at Palermo in Italy’s Serie A division, making his first team debut at the age of 19. He has been mentioned to be one of the greatest players of all time, alongside Lionel Messi. Both players are currently breaking all manner of goalscoring records for their respective teams.. Over his 40 appearances for the club he scored 16 goals, before attracting the attention of slightly bigger European clubs. Gareth BaleTottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid for 100 million Euros

First on our list of most expensive footballers in the world is Gareth Bale, who moved from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid in 2013 for100 million. During his time at Manchester United he won a number of club awards as well as personal awards. Ronaldo’s 7 year tenure at Manchester United saw him undergo a drastic change, where he progressed from what some saw as an arrogant, weak child with showboating skills to a strong, athletic man with the greatest technical ability imaginable. During his time at Real Madrid he has secured one La Liga title and one Copa del Rey trophy, and received his second Ballon d’Or award in 2013.

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1. Bale also won the Man of the Match award for the return encounter at White Hart Lane, where Spurs managed a shock 3-1 win over the Italians. The reported incident involved Ibrahimovic screaming at Guardiola and throwing a training kit at him, this culminated in Guardiola loaning him out to AC Milan.

5. It took 24 league matches before Gareth Bale was finally on the winning side with Tottenham, a record that still stands. During a match against Manchester United, where Sporting defeated the English club 3-1, the Manchester United players were impressed by the young Portuguese, and urged Alex Ferguson to sign the winger. Whilst at Palermo he made 109 league appearances, scoring 34 goals in the process.

In July 2010 Cavani moved to Italian side Napoli for a reported fee worth17 million total, and signed a 5 year deal with the club. Despite the hefty transfer fee, his time in Spain lasted just one season, where he scored 16 goals in 29 league appearances and won the La Liga title with Barcelona (amassing a record 99 points, for the second time in his career). These include three Premier League Titles, two English League Cups, one FA Cup and one UEFA Champions League title. He is known for scoring sensational goals and view it