Jordi Cruyff.

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Like Father, Like Son: Offspring Following their Fathers’ Footsteps

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It is not unheard of for famous athletes' sons and daughters to try to follow the footsteps of their well-known ascendants. The Beckham children have already started carving out names for themselves in different fields, for example, playing football at the Arsenal Academy. But they are not the only ones to express their interest for their ascendants' trade, as there are plenty more examples of chips that were from the same old block than their fathers.

Manchester United's worst signings in the last 20 years

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Though Sir Alex has a shrewd eye for talent and is ably supported by his scouting team, but they too have made a few mistakes. After all, humans only commit mistakes but when they are done in football, sometimes it proves too costly for the club, its reputation and its squad. Here are 5 worst signings by Manchester United in the last 20 years.

Roy Keane

VIDEO: Charity Shield 1997 – United vs Chelsea

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United: Peter Schmeichel, Phil Neville, Gary Pallister, Ronny Johnsen, Denis Irwin, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Roy Keane (c), Ryan Giggs, Andy Cole and Teddy Sheringham.
United substitutes: Raimond van der Gouw, Gary Neville, David Beckham, Jordi Cruyff, Karel Poborský, Ben Thornley and Brian McClair.

VIDEO: Charity Shield 1996 – United vs Newcastle

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United: Peter Schmeichel, Phil Neville, Gary Pallister, David May, Denis Irwin, David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Eric Cantona (c)
United substitutes: Raimond van der Gouw, Gary Neville, Ronny Johnsen, Jordi Cruyff, Karel Poborský, Brian McClair and Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

Cuando CR7 presume de su sueldo y otras joyas

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Por Rocheteau
Estaba en un aeropuerto francés con mucho tiempo por delante y varias revistas de fútbol. Francesas, claro. Tras dos horas de lectura, me imaginé en un aeropuerto español con dos horas por delante y lo poco que se puede encontrar de temática deportiva en un quiosco español.

Sir Alex and Mourinho are football brothers in arms

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Having been a lifelong, avid book reader, primarily football autobiographies of course, the release of Sir Alex Fergusons new book "Football Bloody Hell" scheduled to hit the shelves this week...

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McClaren up for new challenge after Spanish lesson in Israel

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London (AFP) – Former England manager Steve McClaren says he is ready to tackle another managerial post after learning a lot from a spell with Jordi Cruyff and his Spanish coaching team at Israeli side Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The 56-year-old Englishman - who has been linked with the vacancy at second-tier side Sheffield Wednesday - told Sky Sports News he returned to England after five months so as not to slip from the radar of potential employers.