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Rivals who shared the same football stadium

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  Persepolis FC & Esteghlal FC- Azadi Stadium

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Even though football is not much developed in Asian countries compared to the European countries there are still fierce rivalries. This derby takes place in Iran and the place is Azadi Stadium. Once the stadium could hold more than 120000 audience, still has an impressive capacity of 90000 seats. The rivalry came in olden times when the clubs were named as Shahin Fc and Esteghal Fc. The separation of clubs was due to major dispute at IFF. The Tehran derby is said to be so fierce that instead of national referees they went for regional referees just to reduce the suspicion of bias.

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AC Milan in talks with Bayern Munich over young talent. They are killing it in Transfer Market!

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After signing  Lucas Biglia, Andre Silva, Ricardo Rodriguez, Hakan Calhanoglu, Andrea Conti, Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessie, Fabio Borini and the Juventus great Leonardo Bonucci AC Milan’s stunning spending spree is still on.

They are in talks with Bayern Munich for the loan transfer of Renato Sanches with an option to buy for €40m.

Bayern Munich signed Sanches last summer for €35m when he was one of the hottest prospect. He was subsequently named best young player at Euro 2016 after helping Portugal to victory.

AC Milan are keen on bringing one the best young talent to San Siro.

 

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The best attacking trios of this century

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  1. Robben, Ribery and Mandzukic (20013):

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The Bayern Munich trio were deadly under the manager Jupp Heynckes. It is safe to say that both the wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery were at their peaks and really unstoppable at times. Target man Mario Mandzukic scored 22 goals in that season courtesy some brilliant services provided to him by Robben and Ribery. The trio played a big part in Bayern winning the treble.

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Stories behind the origin of the biggest football clubs in Europe

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Before 1892, Everton used to play at Anfield for eight consecutive seasons. It was because of some disputes with the owner of the ground John Houlding that Everton decided to relocate to Goodison Park. In the same year, Houlding founded another club to play at Anfield naming it Everton Athletic. But the name got rejected by the FA and it was named as Liverpool. Liverpool have won more European championships than any other English club.

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