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Ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Almunia retires because of heart defect

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Manuel Almunia has retired from football after a heart condition was detected at a routine medical. The Spaniard, who once considered playing for England after being overlooked by his home country, was close to joining Serie A side Cagliari earlier this month. He was a free agent having played the past two years at Watford. However, Cagliari abandoned the...
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August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

If He Joins Arsenal, What to Expect From Goalkeeper David Ospina

Arsenal are close to a deal to sign Colombia national team goalkeeper David Ospina from French club Nice. The club president of the Nice team, Jean-Pierre Rivère, revealed, “There is still no agreement, but we are not far.” But if and when a deal is reached, what can we expect from Ospina? When 17-year-old Ospina put on his gloves for the first time in a top flight match, there...
Via World Soccer Talk
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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