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List of Bundesliga Champion Clubs (German League)

List of Bundesliga Champion Clubs (German League)

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Here are 10 players including:
  1. Alessandro Nesta (Lazio-AC Milan, 2002)
  2. Thierry Henry (Arsenal-Barcelona, ​​2007)
  3. Ronaldinho (Barcelona-AC Milan, 2008)
  4. Luis Figo (Barcelona-Real Madrid, 2000)
  5. Fernando Torres (Atletico Madrid-Liverpool, 2007, and Liverpool-Chelsea, 2011)
  6. David Beckham (Manchester United-Real Madrid, 2003)
  7. David Villa (Valencia-Barcelona, ​​2010)
  8. Kaka (AC Milan-Real Madrid, 2009)
  9. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United-Real Madrid, 2009)
  10. Raul Gonzalez (Real Madrid-Schalke 04, 2010)
With the growing development of the football industry, it seems like no one else can resist the departure of players from one club to another club. Especially if you have talked about money, the club will not be able to refuse its own players who are offered by other clubs with tantalizing transfer value. Well, is there an icon player in your favorite club that finally leaves?
Del Piero is identical to Juventus, Maldini is identical to AC Milan, Ryan Giggs is identical with MU, and there are still many more players who become icons of each club. Some iconic players have usually defended the club for a long time, ranging from children while at the club academy to professional careers at the club. Some players even retired at the club, meaning that since children to retirement only defended one club, for example Paolo Maldini with AC Milan or Ryan Giggs with Manchester United.

Firstly, let’s we all agree that the main objective of developing our own brand of football is to give hope and happiness to all Malaysians (and maybe even the whole world). It does not matter whether we win or not. It is how we fight all the way to protect our nation’s pride.You can get this right here without cost 먹튀.

Then, our focus should be the national team, Harimau Malaya . Next, is the national league, M-League . Last but not least, is of course our national governing body of football, FAM.

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