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  • Fernando Torres says it is the right time to end his football career

    Fernando Torres said on Sunday in Tokyo that he has decided to retire before he reached a point in his career when he can no longer play to the level he expects of himself. The 35-year-old will retire in two months after an 18-year professional career that included stops at Atlético Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea, Milan and Japanese side Sagan Tosu.Fernando Torres retires from football after 18-year careerFernando Torres retires after glittering 18-year career – video highlights Continue reading

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  • Soccer: Argentina impressed by Messi's desire to end trophy heartache

    Argentina defender Nicolas Tagliafico has praised captain Lionel Messi for his desire to win a trophy for his country as they begin their quest to end a 26-year wait for silverware with their Copa America opener against Colombia on Saturday.

  • Carmelo Anthony Rumors: Star Has Interest in Ending NBA Career with Knicks

    Carmelo Anthony " would have interest in signing with the Knicks and finishing his career in New York," Ian Begley of reported Tuesday. Anthony, a 10-time All-Star and six-time All- NBA team member, played in New York from 2011-2017

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  • Knee issues force UConn forward Diarra to end playing career

    STORRS, Conn. (AP) - Chronic knee problems have forced UConn forward Mamadou Diarra to end his playing career. The school says the 6-foot-8 junior has been granted a medical disqualification. He'll remain with the program during the upcoming season as a student assistant coach. Coach Dan Hurley says the staff

    The Washington Times
  • How to impress your boss from the get-go and avoid 'unforgivable sins' that could haunt your entire career

    It can be hard to restore your boss' faith in you after a bad first impression — which is why it's important to accumulate good will from the outset. If you start off on the right foot, you'll have to work pretty hard to fall out of favor with your manager. However, if you do mess up, you'll have to choose between trying to bond with your boss or cutting your losses and moving on. Click here for more BI Prime stories. One woman was only a few days into a new job when she started to make...

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  • Ryan Callahan Diagnosed with Degenerative Back Disease; Told to End NHL Career

    Tampa Bay Lightning winger Ryan Callahan could be forced to retire due to a back issue. Lightning general manager Julien BriseBois told reporters that doctors have recommended

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  • Ex-Ranger Ryan Callahan’s NHL career comes to abrupt end

    Ex-Rangers fan favorite and current Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan’s NHL career is coming to a close. Lightning GM Julien BriseBois told media Thursday that Callahan was recently diagnosed with degenerative disk disease of the lumbar spine. It was recommended that Callahan “no longer play professional hockey,” according to Lightning reporter Caley Chelios. “I

    New York Post