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Samuel Eto'o

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Eto'o's farewell post to Everton and Sampdoria fans...

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Hahahaha I had such an orgasmic deja vu while reading the second part of the text :D

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well what you expect he change's teams every six months! Ofcource not gonna wright a differnt one every time!

And then, why they call us rentboys!

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Was talking with a mate last night wondewring what happened to him cause I know he made a good 1st half of 15/16 season with Antalyaspor but then he fell off the radar.

I wonder if he shared a toot of this with our old mate Solomon

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I was thinking about him other day. Never understood why he stayed only one season, since his 13/14 spell was quite decent for an aging striker. He was definitely a better backup striker to Costa than both Remy and Drogba.

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Former Chelsea striker announces his retirement from professional football

Former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o has announced his retirement from professional football after an illustrious career spanning across six nations.

https://www.chelsea-news.co/2019/09/former-chelsea-striker-samuel-etoo-announces-his-retirement/

3 CL Trophies, 2 African Cup of Nations Trophies and an Olympic Gold Medal, A FIFA WCC, and 11 La Liga/Serie A trophies/Cups

plus around 350 top flight goals for club and country

not a bad career

wish to fuck we had a 2005ish Eto'o for a striker now

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He done decent for us the year he was at Chelsea man we signed so many great strikers passed their best Eto’o, Shevchenko, Torres, Falcao sad all of them in their prime would have been amazing at Chelsea.

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On 9/7/2019 at 2:23 PM, Vesper said:

Former Chelsea striker announces his retirement from professional football

Former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o has announced his retirement from professional football after an illustrious career spanning across six nations.

https://www.chelsea-news.co/2019/09/former-chelsea-striker-samuel-etoo-announces-his-retirement/

3 CL Trophies, 2 African Cup of Nations Trophies and an Olympic Gold Medal, A FIFA WCC, and 11 La Liga/Serie A trophies/Cups

plus around 350 top flight goals for club and country

not a bad career

wish to fuck we had a 2005ish Eto'o for a striker now

The 2014 version would do, thought his contributions for us were massively underrated.

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Samuel Eto'o dispels Jose Mourinho myth after Chelsea and Inter Milan spells

Jose Mourinho is notorious for ruffling feathers in the dressing room, but former Inter Milan and Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has leapt to the Special One's defence

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https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/samuel-etoo-dispels-jose-mourinho-22179150

Samuel Eto’o has issued a passionate defence of “top guy” Jose Mourinho, rubbishing claims that his former manager is difficult to work with.

The former Cameroon striker first played under Mourinho at Inter Milan, playing a crucial part in their famous Serie A and Champions League double in 2010.

He then enjoyed a brief stint under the Portuguese at Chelsea, scoring 12 goals in the 2013/14 campaign before leaving to join fellow English side Everton.

Mourinho, who was appointed Tottenham manager back in November, has become somewhat notorious for losing the dressing room during his third season with clubs.

But Eto’o has leapt to the Special One’s defence, denying claims that he causes controversy behind the scenes.

“Jose is, firstly, a friend,” he told Spanish outlet Marca.

“He's a person who's upfront and when he doesn't like something, he tells you. We both have strong temperaments and we understood each other well.

“He's one of the best people I have found in football. People try to present him as controversial, but it's a lie.

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