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WEST BROMWICH, England -- Nicolas Anelkas latest stint in the Premier League could be over after only 83 minutes. [url=http://ww Antworten

WEST BROMWICH, England -- Nicolas Anelkas latest stint in the Premier League could be over after only 83 minutes. Air Jordan 1 España Baratas . The former France striker, who started in West Bromwich Albions opening day loss to Southampton last weekend, is pondering retirement following the death of his agent. After two disappointing seasons at Shanghai Shenhua and Juventus, the 34-year-old striker was hoping to get another chance in England, where he spent some of the best years of his career. But he told West Brom manager Steve Clarke that he wanted to quit football following the sudden death of Eric Manasse. After learning on Thursday that Manasse had passed away, the former Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bolton and Chelsea player left training and was granted an indefinite compassionate leave. "Obviously Nicolas lost a close friend and an agent over the weekend, he died suddenly," Clarke said Friday. "I went in and had a very brief chat with him, and he wasnt in a good place. So the club have decided just to give him a bit of time to go away and think about it and get himself in a better place for the future." Clarke said Anelka told different members of the club that he wanted to retire but added that he asked the player to think twice about his decision. "Im not going to deny that he used that word in the conversations we had with him," Clarke said. "But weve given him time to go away and think about it and I dont think we could do any more in the circumstances as they were." Anelka, whose career has also been managed by his brother Claude, wrote on his Facebook page that he was feeling an "immense sorrow" following the death of Manasse. If Anelka decides to retire for good, it will mark the end of the career of one of the most talented and controversial players France has produced since former Manchester United great Eric Cantona. After growing up in a Parisian suburb, Anelka started his career at Paris Saint-Germain and was quickly spotted by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who signed him in 1997. Known for his immense technical and athletic qualities, Anelka played a big part in the Gunners "double" win of the Premier League and the FA Cup that season but missed out on a place in the France team that won the 1998 World Cup. Anelkas sometimes nonchalant attitude and apparent lack of commitment to the team started to anger the Arsenal fans, who gave him the nickname "Le Sulk." Anelka then joined Real Madrid, where he won the Champions League, before moving to PSG, Liverpool, Man City, Fenerbahce and Bolton. The much-travelled Frenchman then struck up an electric partnership with Didier Drogba at Chelsea, winning the Premier League title and two FA Cups with the Blues. Anelka caused the biggest controversy of his career with the French national team, when he was sent home from the 2010 World Cup after insulting then-coach Raymond Domenech in the dressing room. His reputation reached its nadir, but the stubborn Anelka refused to apologize and ended his international career in the wake of the scandal with 14 goals in 69 appearances. Anelka recently agreed to a one-year deal with West Brom, with an option for a further season. "I think I will finish in England. Im happy here. I also hope that it will be with this club," Anelka said following his arrival. "Im 34 years old now and I want to enjoy my football. I hope everything will be perfect." Air Jordan 1 Baratas Online . "Youre next." Hardly. Iguodala tormented his former team with a game better than any he ever played in eight seasons with the 76ers. Air Jordan 1 Baratas España . According to TSN Edmonton reporter Ryan Rishaug, agent Rick Valette met with Oilers senior VP of hockey operations Scott Howson and general manager Craig MacTavish on Monday to kick off the talks. . A larger-than-life personality known for his intimidating style in the 18-yard box, Schmeichels career spanned some 20 years -- including a memorable tenure at Manchester United.SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Panthers offensive lineman Travelle Wharton officially announced his retirement at a press conference at Wofford College, about 30 minutes from he grew up and started playing the game. Wharton, 33, played in 115 games and started 111 for Carolina. He also spent time with Cincinnati, though he never started a game for the Bengals due to injuries. With former high school, college and NFL coaches inn attendance, Wharton said goodbye to football after what he described as a difficult decision. Air Jordan 1 España. Wharton says, "I didnt think it was going to take this long. ... I felt it was the right time and didnt want to overdo it." Wharton becomes the fourth Carolina offensive lineman to retire since the end of the 2013 season joining Jordan Gross, Geoff Hangartner and Jeff Byers. ' ' '

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