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Jul 15

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BASTIAN SCHWEINSTEIGER – TAKE SEVERAL BOWS SON

“Take a bow son”. A now over used phrase in football aimed at just about anyone who has achieved something in a game or in the game as a whole. But someone like Bastian Schweinsteiger shouldn’t have to take just the one. He should be able to take two, three or more. Thoroughly deserving the […]

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FEDERER – A WINNER

Roger Federer may have lost in the Men’s Singles Final at Wimbledon on Sunday. But that doesn’t, nor will it ever, deter from the unequivocal fact that the man is a born winner. He’s reached the final of one of the four major tournaments in tennis on 26 different occasions, winning 17 of them. He’s […]

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