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Transfer deadline day special: Three big winners and losers

The January transfer window is now officially slammed shut. Quite a lot happened on its very last day. Here is a look at the three big winners and losers.

David Beckham signed for PSG on the last day of the January 2013 transfer window.Winners: David Beckham and PSG

The aging legs of David Beckham still have much to offer. After training with Arsenal, the veteran midfielder signed for PSG on Thursday. He is still one of the best when it comes to set-pieces and it would be really interesting to see how he fares for his new club. 

“I'm lucky to have achieved what I've achieved and earned what I have earned,” he told the press concerning his top deal.

“One of the reasons to come here is that with Nasser [Al Khelaifi, PSG president] and [sporting director] Leonardo, we've  decided on something quite unique.” 

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Transfer Deadline: Five players likely to make a last-minute move

With deadline day quickly approaching, managers are preparing to make last ditch bids to secure some new signings.

Deadline day has to be one of the most interesting days in the world of football. Whether it is the August transfer deadline or January, football fans look forward to seeing if their favorite club will bring in any new faces.

For some, it is a day to celebrate some new signings, while for others, it is a day to ask questions of their clubs management.

Thursday will bring us some very interesting final hours in the transfer window, with many clubs waiting for the last minute to make some improved bids.

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2010 World Cup: The Top 12 African Players Expected To Shine (Part 1)

For the first time in the history of the World Cup, as much as six nations will represent the African continent. They are Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Algeria, and the tournament’s hosts South Africa. Among these six teams is a bunch of big names and of rising stars.

Today, LiveSoccerTV.com looks at the top 12 African players that are expected to shine during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Check out the list of the 12 African players that should rock the stage in South Africa and carry the hopes of the Black Continent. Now the list doesn’t only contain aged experience players. There’s also room for fresh faces like the FIFA U-20 World Cup’s best player Dominic Adiyiah. But in the first part of this coverage…

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