According to The Athletic, West Ham blocked Harrison Ashby’s deadline day move to Newcastle United due to an ‘injury’ to fellow right-back Ben Johnson. The Magpies entered advanced talks yesterday for the 20-year-old right back, with Eddie Howe eager to strengthen after Emil Krafth suffered a potentially season-ending knee injury last week.
Retireddefender FabricioColoccini started his club career at Boca Juniors in his native Argentina. Coloccini attracted the interest of seven-time European champions AC Milan during his time at Boca Juniors. FabricioColoccini left Boca Juniors to sign for Milan, but the centre back didn’t enjoy a good spell at the San Siro. He failed to establish himself in the first team at Milan and was sent on loan to four different clubs.
FabricioColoccinisigned for Spanish team Deportivo La Coruna from AC Milan. He enhanced his reputation at Deportivo La Coruna before leaving Spanish football for English football to sign for Newcastle United. Coloccini officially joined the Magpies in August 2008 and three years later he was made the club captain. The Argentine centre back was made the Newcastle United skipper in July 2011. In his first season as the Magpies captain, FabricioColoccini was named in the PFA Team of the Year. Continue reading COLOCCINI: FOOTBALL CAREER IN SUMMARY
Chelsea will turn their attention back to matters on the pitch when they welcome Newcastle to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon. It’s been a troubling week for the Blues, with sanctions put on Roman Abramovich resulting in huge changes to the club’s operations, but they need to put that to one side and keep their season on track.
They face a stiff test against a Newcastle side that have not lost in the Premier League since Christmas, an unbeaten run of nine matches that has lifted them up to 14th and away from relegation trouble. Continue reading MATCH PREVIEW: CHELSEA VS NEWCASTLE UNITED
FabrizioColoccini attracted the interest of seven-time European champions AC Milan while he was a teenager at Boca Juniors in the Argentine first division. He signed for the Italian Serie A giant at the age of 17. FabrizioColoccini swapped Argentina for Italy at the end of the Apertura Championship in his native Argentina in 1999.
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It was a night to forget for French Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain following their opening UEFA Champions League fixture of the season. The French Principality club could not secure a win and failed in their attempts to aim all three points on Wednesday night as they could not break down a relentless and stubborn Club Brugge defense. Club Brugge were the home side and they welcomed Mauricio Pochettino’s men, who were dubbed the favorites to win the game and are considered as one of the most likely teams to lift this season’s Champions League title given the amount of frightening squad depth that they have been able to assemble over the last couple of months.
Ex-Newcastle United right-back James Perch has lifted the lid on what prompted the exit of FabricioColoccini at Newcastle United many years ago. Perch and Coloccini were teammates at Newcastle United for several years.
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FabrizioColoccini made his third appearance for San Lorenzo in the 2021 Copa Sudamericanaearlier on Thursday as he helped his team see off Huachipatoemphatically. Fabrizio Coloccini was in the San Lorenzo starting XI that defeated their opponents in their final group game in Group A of the competition.
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FabricioColoccini spent the biggest part of his football career with Premier League club Newcastle United and he went on to captain the Northeast outfit before he left to return to his country, Argentina.
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Veteran San Lorenzo centre back FabrizioColocciniplayed for his country on several occasions before the end of his international career.FabrizioColoccini played 39 times for the Argentine national team over a period of 11 years. He made his international bow in 2003 and his final appearance came in 2014. Fabrizio Coloccini played his first game for Argentinaagainst African nation Libya on April 30, 2003.
San Lorenzo defender Fabrizio Colocciniis a man of few major honours in his lengthy club career. The 38-year-old has played with distinction for clubs in his native Argentina, Italy, Spain and England.
Coloccini started his football career in his native Argentina with ArgentinosJuniors in the Primera Division of the South American nation. His professional debut came in the colours of Boca Juniors whom he signed for in 1998 at the young age of 16. He left Boca Juniors for Italian Serie A club AC Milan in the following year. His transfer to Milan wascontroversial after his father agreed a move for him with the Italians rather than with Boca Juniors. In the end, seven-time European champions AC Milan were asked to pay a compensation for him. While he was at Boca Juniors, he won the Clausurain 1999 after winning the Apertura in 1998.
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