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Sergio Agüero Reveals Frightening Story Of Irregular Heartbeat During Final Match

Sergio Agüero's abrupt retirement from the game deprived us of some magical seasons with Barcelona and of providing the Argentine with a farewell befitting one of the greatest striker's of his generation, but Agüero lived it all on the pitch and made the decision to ensure he could do the same off it.

On Tuesday night, Agüero made an appearance on the popular Spanish TV show "El Hormiguero" and discussed the life-altering events that transpired after his arrival at the Camp Nou on July 1.

Chelsea's Emma Hayes Says ‘Fear Of Losing’ Is What Fuels Her Remarkable Record Of Success

LONDON - Chelsea coach Emma Hayes says her relentless drive for success comes from her fear of losing after she watched her side clinch their fourth FA Cup on Sunday, the 11th major trophy under her management.

Hayes, appointed Chelsea manager in August 2012, has overseen a glittering period in the team's history, completing another domestic double with a 3-2 extra time win over Manchester City at Wembley.

David Beckham Gives His Take On United's ‘Tough’ Season And Ronaldo's Uncertain Future

Manchester United are set to undergo major changes after another disappointing season but former midfielder David Beckham hopes Cristiano Ronaldo sticks around for at least another year.

United's 4-0 hammering at Brighton & Hove Albion at the weekend means they cannot finish higher than sixth.

Berhalter Says Mexico's Fear Factor Is Gone And Calls Out MLS Media For Negativity

U.S. Soccer released the eighth (and final?) episode of the Gregg Berhalter Podcast (hosted by former FC Dallas midfielder Bobby Warshaw) on Tuesday. The USMNT manager spent a lot of time discussing the intense final window of qualification, reflecting on "The Ocho" as a whole and how all that shapes his decision making going toward the World Cup.

Guardiola Uses Post-Match Interview To Congratulate USMNT On World Cup Qualification

After Sunday's barnstorming 2-2 draw between Manchester City and Liverpool at the Etihad, it was clear that managers Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp, as disciples of attacking football, were spiritually lifted by what they'd seen out on the pitch.

Jürgen Klopp Finds ‘Real Joy’ In Studying Man City Ahead Of Sunday's Match Of The Year

MANCHESTER, England - Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp says it is simply a joy to carry out their analysis work on Manchester City ahead of Sunday's Premier League title clash at the Etihad Stadium.

The two teams, who have dominated the league over the past five seasons, are separated by just a point with leaders City hoping they can restore some breathing space with a victory.

Goalscoring Christian Eriksen Enjoys ‘Perfect’ Denmark Return After Heart Attack At Euros

Christian Eriksen said he made his return to international football in the "perfect way" by scoring two minutes after coming on for Denmark on Saturday following a near-fatal heart attack last year.

Denmark lost 4-2 to the Netherlands in the international friendly, with Eriksen producing a stunning finish into the top corner in the 47th minute after he came on as a half-time substitute.

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