Argentine centre forward, Diego Milito is set to hang his boots this summer after a decent footballing career. The 36-year old striker is currently with the Avallaneda team, where he started professional football helping them to win the title before moving abroad to play.
The star left Racing Club in 1999 for Genoa on a free transfer. He played for two seasons at the club before eventually moving to Real Zaragoza on loan after being linked several times.

England can cope without Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney is one of the players from the national football team who has been one of the main talking points in recent times and this is mainly due to the fact that the star of Manchester United is injured and he has been out injured for around 1 month.

Diego Milito’s retirement is on the horizon

Diego Milito has to compete against the likes of: Gustavo Bou, Lisandro Lopez and Roger Martinez in order to snatch a spot in the starting lineup of the manager of Racing Club Facundo Sava and taking into consideration that all of them are younger than Milito, it’s something that certainly affects the playing time of the 36 year old attacker who is reaching the final stages of his career.

Diego Milito, who won the Champions League with Inter Milan in 2010

Diego Milito, who won the Champions League with Inter Milan in 2010, has announced his decision to retire from football.

Carlos Tevez claims that he will always support Manchester City

Carlos Tevez claims that he will always support Manchester City when it comes to choosing between the two Manchester clubs. Tevez is one of the few players to have represented both teams.

In an interview with Paddy Power mobile, Tevez claimed that he initially struggled to settle at West Ham but managed to get accustomed to life in Manchester once he got a grasp of the language.

Victory against Southampton has given confidence to Dick Advocaat

Sunderland’s Dick Advocaat believes that his squad can escape relegation after defeating Southampton on May 2 with a scoreboard of 2-1.

Everton, Leicester City, Arsenal and Chelsea are the remaining opponents that Dick Advocaat and his players have to face off against before this season of the Premier League reaches it’s end and in order for Sunderland to continue competing in the English League for another year, they will have to add points in these upcoming matches.

JaapStam revealed that he never wished to become a coach

JaapStam had a playing career which spanned from 1992 until 2007 and during this period of time, the already retired footballer went on to join some of the biggest clubs in Europe including: Manchester United and Ac.Milan.

During his playing career, Stam was considered to be one of the finest players in the world as he was named as the Dutch Footballer of the Year in 1997 and managed to lift major titles such as the Champions League and the Premier League.

Can Liverpool challenge Next Season?

At the start of the 2014-2015 Premier League season, many Liverpool fans were optimistic about their chances of challenging for the title after finishing runners up to Manchester City in the previous campaign.

However, Brendan Rodgers’ side were hindered by a slow start and currently sit four points behind last year’s champions, who occupy the fourth and final Champions League spot.

Unfortunately for the Reds, former player Luis Garcia’s prediction of competing for the title this year was just a little farfetched.

Diego Milito has suffered a major injury

Former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has suffered a major injury that could see him remain on the sidelines for several months.

Now playing for Argentine outfit Racing Club, it remains to be seen if the 35-year-old will come back in the best possible shape given his age. The Argentine season has just begun withRacing Club being involved in seven matches to date. After a poor start to the season, the team have managed to secure three wins from their last four matches. In total, they have 12 points from the opening seven matches of the league season.

Diego Milito played best under Inter Milan

Diego Milito was a lesser-known striker before his move to Inter Milan, where he enjoyed immense success.

The former Genoa striker lifted numerous trophies including the Champions League in 2010. He played under one of the best coaches in the world – Jose Mourinho. Recalling on this brilliant spell, the striker says that it is by far the best time in his career. He is unlikely to hit those glory days again given that Milito is now plying his trade in Argentine football with Racing Club. The striker has featured in 17 matches and scored six goals so far.

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