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End Of An Era: John Motson To Provide Final Live BBC Commentary This Weekend

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And so, all that is will eventually come to pass. This coming weekend, John Motson will deliver his final live BBC commentary.

Motson's first ever BBC broadcast was radio commentary for a match between Everton and Derby County in 1969.

Almost 50 years, 10 World Cups, 10 European Championships and 29 FA Cup Finals later, the 72-year-old will conclude his live work this Sunday whenArsenal welcome Watford to the Emirates for the early kick-off.

BBC Stalwart John Motson To Retire After 50 Years In The Football Commentary Racket

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The BBC have announced that, after half a century behind the microphone, John Motson is retiring from the commentary game at the end of the current season.

Motson reduced his workload when he stopped doing live broadcasts a season or three ago, and will now commentate on 18 further Premier League matches for Match of the Day before calling it quits with the FA Cup Final coverage next May.

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Ex-Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal: ‘I’m not retiring yet’

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Madrid (AFP) Louis van Gaal says he is not definitely done with football just yet, after appearing to suggest earlier this week that he was retiring from the game at 65.

The Dutchman, who was sacked by Manchester United last year after an uninspiring stint at Old Trafford, had told popular daily tabloid De Telegraaf: "I don't believe I'll return to work.

Ex-Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal: ‘I’m not retiring yet’

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Madrid (AFP) Louis van Gaal says he is not definitely done with football just yet, after appearing to suggest earlier this week that he was retiring from the game at 65.

The Dutchman, who was sacked by Manchester United last year after an uninspiring stint at Old Trafford, had told popular daily tabloid De Telegraaf: "I don't believe I'll return to work.

Gary Neville retires from football…

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Mr. Manchester United 'AKA Gary Neville' Â has retired from football with immediate effect...

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Neville has spent 19 years with his boyhood club having come through the club's academy set-up during the mid-nineties alongside the like of Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Nicky Butt and brother Phillip Neville.

Van Der Sar Sets Retirement Date

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40 year-old Manchester United keeperEdwin Van Der Sar has confirmed he will be hanging his gloves up at the end of the season.

The Dutch stopper was tipped to take up a coaching role at United, but has confirmed he will take a couple of years break away from the game to spend time with his Family instead.

Gary Neville Set to Retire at the End of the Season

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Manchester United legendary full-back Gary Neville is to call time on his playing days at the Theatre of Dreams as he hangs up his boots at the end of the season...

According to Goal.com UK, Neville is convinced that he is no longer able to meet the demands and rigors of life at the highest level, and will pull the curtain down on a trophy-laden career come the summer.

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Carlos Bocanegra announces retirement at end of MLS season

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Carlos Bocanegra announces retirement at end of MLS season - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

On Thursday Carlos Bocanegra announced, he will be retiring from the game of soccer at the end of 2014 Major League Soccer season. Photo provided by ISI Photos.

The 35-year-old former U.

Carlos Bocanegra announces retirement at end of MLS season

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Carlos Bocanegra announces retirement at end of MLS season - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

On Thursday Carlos Bocanegra announced, he will be retiring from the game of soccer at the end of 2014 Major League Soccer season. Photo provided by ISI Photos.

The 35-year-old former U.

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Higuain says ill mother convinced him not to retire

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Buenos Aires (AFP) – Gonzalo Higuain came close to retiring two years ago but was convinced to continue by his severely ill mother, the Argentine forward told television channel TyC Sports on Wednesday.

The 30-year-old Juventus forward was undergoing a difficult period at that time with the national team, which had lost three successive major finals - the 2014 World Cup to Germany and back-to-back Copa America defeats to Chile the following two years.

‘This Will Be His Last Year’ – Roma Loyalist Francesco Totti To Retire And Move Upstairs After 25 Years On The Factory Floor

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It's been announced that, at the grand old age of 40, Roma icon Francesco Totti will be bowing out at the end of the current season.

The news was broken, perhaps prematurely, by the Giallorossi's freshly-hired sporting directorRamon 'Monchi' Rodriguez, who spake thus while discussing his new job:

In terms of Totti, I already knew that there was an agreement with the club that this would be his final year as a player, then he'd start as a director.

Arsene Wenger MUST be thinking of leaving Arsenal

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HOW MUCH MORE CAN WENGER TAKE? by Delta Whiskey.

I have watched and watched over the years and I cannot begin to comprehend how one man can stand for so much negativity over and over again.

Arsene Wenger is a great manager and will always be a great manager. I cannot say that I appreciate everything that he does, but I can certainly take the time out to understand why he does the things he does.