Abdul Razak

Premier League investment could save grassroots football, so why isn’t it happening?

July 14, 2015

From 2016 the teams of the Premier League will receive a combined £5.136bn pounds for the rights to televise their games by SKY and BT Sports. It will be the largest sum they have received since the Premier League’s inception and a significant increase on the £3bn they currently earn. With such staggering resources, resources […] […]

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UKFF FC on verge of league title after 4-1 victory

May 14, 2013

Manager Theo Scott was absence owing to an unavoidable family wedding but he would have been pleased at the tenancity of his side in his absence. Whilst the first half vs Westside was a largely forgetable affair that was only lit up by three moments, the match and result was ultimately comfortable for UKFF who […] […]

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Man City to offer Javi Garcia in deal for star midfielder

January 7, 2013

Manchester City are to give unsettled midfielder Javi Garcia a way out of Eastlands by offering him in a player plus cash deal for Newcastle’s Yohan Cabaye in the summer. It is believed that a £10m bid plus Javi Garcia would bring Cabaye to the Etihad Stadium. Garcia, 25, has been in and out of the […] […]

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Pompey sign Abdul Razak from Manchester City on loan

October 30, 2011

Portsmouth have signed Manchester City attacking midfielder Abdul Razak on a month-long loan. The 18-year-old, who was born in the Ivory Coast, has made four appearances for City and could make his Pompey debut against Derby on Saturday. Razak was discovered on the grass roots football website UK Football Finder, starting his career with Battersea […]

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Manchester City lead the way in grass roots revolution

July 14, 2011

Living the dream with UK Football Finder The days when football was played simply for the love of representing a cherished team seems to have gone. When players received their hard-earned wage they deserved every penny and the fans respected them for it. Now, players have continued to ask for extortionate amounts which the average […] […]

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