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He was the first Norwegian to win the FA Cup when he won it with Spurs in 1991. [Player] retired in 1996 due to back injuries.
Known for his speed, [player's] nicknames included 'the Roadrunner' or its famous sound 'meep-meep'.
Ferguson expressed that the biggest disappointment in his managerial career was 'not getting [player]'
It was at Chelsea that [player] formed a formidable partnership with Frank Leboeuf.
[Player] scored his first goal for Charlton against his old team Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 9 September 2006, but he did not celebrate out of respect for the fans.
This meant he reached a century of goals one game quicker than his first strike partner, Ian Rush, in just 165 games.
North Queensland Fury
[Player] is the only player in history to have scored in each of the Glasgow, Merseyside and Manchester local derbies.
During some of the games for Lazio, [player] made a fascist salute to the right-wing fans.
[Player] joined Everton in 1981 and went on to make a club record 578 appearances in the Football League and Premier League.
In November 2009 he was announced as manager of the Georgian national side, which he represented 49 times as a player.
In 1999, he was named PFA Players' Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year, while playing for Tottenham Hotspur.
He was the first midfielder to score 100 goals in the Premier League. He is notable for his record at scoring penalty kicks, converting from the spot 48 times from 49 attempts.
[Player] became a star player for Leeds and was nicknamed 'The Chief' or 'Rhoo' by its fans partly due to his previous club and partly his absolute rule in defence.
He is known for his stepovers, skill, technique, and being 'so good that they named him twice'.
He famously scored in the final of Euro 1996 from the penalty spot to give Czech Republic a 1–0 lead.
Jürgen Klinsmann, who partnered [player] during the 1994–95 season, was later quoted as claiming that [player] was the most intelligent strike partner he had ever had.
Djurgårdens IF (loan)
In all, he has been sent off twelve times in his career: nine times with Arsenal and once each with Juventus, France and Internazionale.
[Player] quit the Welsh national side in September 2004 to take charge of Blackburn Rovers in the FA Premier League, the last club he had played for.
His excellent goalkeeping wasn't quite enough to win Blackburn the Premier League title that season, but they did finish second to Manchester United[...]
'Weah' told Souness that [player] was his cousin, had played for Paris Saint-Germain and had played 13 times for his country.
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