Cesc Fabregas joins Como FC with tobacco industry owners and former Chelsea man Dennis Wise as their CEO

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Cesc Fabregas is still not more than 35 years of age and has decided to join Serie B club Como. The player with 110 caps for Spain with a trophy cabinet of great medals.

He is two years younger than Cristiano Ronaldo and the same age as Lionel Messi. To some this move looks a bit odd as he could have gone to a better level, but there are other reasons for this move.

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One of the superstars in the 90s and is regarded as one of the greatest Montenegrin and Yugoslav footballers of all-time

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Dejan Savicevic is part of the legendary AC Milan that won everything and built dreams for millions around the world. At the time when the Serie A was THE league to be, AC Milan built his fantastic history, regrouping all major stars and filling trophy rooms.

After beginning his professional career with hometown Budućnost Titograd in Yugoslavia, Savićević moved to the more established Yugoslav First League club Red Star Belgrade in 1988 where he became prominent part of the team that won the 1990–91 European Cup—coming second in the 1991 Ballon d’Or voting—before making a big money transfer to Italian champions A.C. Milan in 1992.

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Arsenal with Jesus as their new number 9 can it bring Gunners back on top as life showes the importance of such a maestro

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To see Arsenal adding Gabriel Jesus to their ranks is of course good, but still they are not seen as a team with a clear identity regarding the number 9 position. That pivotal striker that we all would love to see scoring 30 plus goals a season.

Going back a certain Ted Drake makes the number proud. Drake joined Arsenal from Southampton for a fee of £6.500 and from then on he just hammered goals in for fun. He scored 124 goals in 167 league appearances for Arsenal before the World War II outbreak.

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