Former England international and Chelsea star Joe Cole is now plying his trade with the NASL's Tampa Bay Rowdies, and he scored a spectacular goal Saturday against Puerto Rico FC.In the 10th minute, Cole settled a bouncing ball on his chest and finished a perfect bicycle kick that looped over the goalkeeper.
If there's one thing that never gets old, it's goals scored on bicycle kicks. It doesn't matter when or where, they just look kind of awesome.Though there were some cool goals in MLS on Saturday night, the goal of evening may go to Joe Cole of the Tampa Bay Rowdies, a team that plays in the lower-division NASL. Check out how Cole calmly chest-traps the ball to queue it up like he...
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Former England international Joe Cole is poised to join the Tampa Bay Rowdies.Coventry boss Tony Mowbray has confirmed the 34-year-old will move to the North American Soccer League side when his contract expires in the summer.Three-times Barclays Premier League winner with Chelsea, Cole joined the Sky Blues on a free transfer from Aston Villa in January but has told Mowbray he is...
The former Premier League striker had 10 goals for England, and has also played for West Ham, Chelsea, Liverpool, Lille and West Ham United.
Former England midfield Joe Cole has joined Coventry City on a 35-day loan deal from Aston Villa. Cole, 33, has played for the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and West Ham, also earning 56 appearances with the English national side. However, his only game for Aston ... Read More
Plenty of spectacular finishes, incredible individual efforts and breathtaking moments are just around the corner when the 2014 World Cup kicks off next week. The tournament has featured many amazing goals in its history, so let’s take a look at the top 10. 10) Joe Cole, England vs Sweden (2006) Cole put together a productive career for England, playing in three World Cups and...
Everton jumped into the top four of the Premier League by thrashing Stoke 4-0 on Merseyside. Gerard Deulofeu, Seamus Coleman, Bryan Oviedo and Romelu Lukaku all scored to subdue Mark Hughes' side. Chelsea loan striker Lukaku's late finish was his eighth league goal of the season, on his ninth appearance. Everton stole a 1-0 lead late in the first half thanks to Deulofeu's finish...
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