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Abu Ogogo is a young right back who joined Dagenham & Redbridge in the summer of 2009 after he was released by Arsenal. Abu joined the Gunners as a youngster being converted from an attacking player into a defender during his time with the club. He became a trainee before signing a professional contract in September 2007. Abu was included on the Gunners' bench in the Carling Cup and later made his Football League debut in November 2008 during a loan spell with Barnet. Abu is a strong tackler who has pace and provides an attacking threat down the flank. He broke into the Daggers team in 2009-10 and was then a regular throughout 2010-11.
Sepp Blatter looked a broken man as he announced his resignation as Fifa president just five days after he was re-elected.
It was a day many thought would never come certainly not so soon after he won a fifth term in office.
It seems that David de Gea has finally made a decision on his future and informed United staff that he
The unsettled forward could soon have more options on the table with an initial bid from Real Madrid according to The Sun newspaper.
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Barcelona defender Jordi Alba has agreed a contact extension with the Catalan club.