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Sport Star players who were rejected by other clubs as youngsters

04:10  10 november  2019
04:10  10 november  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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stars and Premier League legends, who were rejected as youngsters before, amazingly, going he was rejected by a plethora of clubs when he was young before he was ever afforded a proper 7 world class players who rejected Barcelona. RELATED STORY. 5 players who were never booked.

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He has worked with the manufacturer his entire F1 career, having made his debut in 2007 with then-works Mercedes outfit McLaren after it steered his junior career. Hamilton's current contract with Mercedes runs to the end of 2020 but he has given strong indications he will stay in F1 beyond that date to sample the new 2021 regulations.

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Being rejected as a youngster doesn't always mean that a footballer won't still go on to become a top player anyway, as these seven superstars have They are a collection of incredible achievements considering the versatile defender was rejected by Buenos Aires giant Independiente back home in

The football industry, like any other industry, is built around decisions. The world of the king of sports would arguably be quite different today had some decisions been made differently. Here, I present some distinctive cases of football superstars that were rejected as youngsters by clubs .

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"Nothing is set in stone but I definitely am enjoying what I'm doing right now and I see no reason in stopping because I love what I do," said Hamilton. "When there's a challenge, a whole massive change in the regulations, that's a huge challenge for me as a driver to use my skills and the things I've learned over the years to help steer the team in the right direction to develop the fastest car and still develop consistencies and punch out performances.

"I don't particularly see myself going anywhere else. I love being at Mercedes. I love being part of the brand and the history. "The idea of staying with Mercedes - I've been with them since I was 13 years old, even beyond Formula 1 - and probably heavily involved within Daimler and beyond, is quite attractive. "So, we'll see how that goes."

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9 players who have been rejected in their careers. In the end, it was Barcelona who picked him up and helped him complete his treatment and the rest, as they Independiente didn't think so when he was a youngster trying out for their academy though, being told by the club that he didn't have the

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Schumacher's 72 wins with Ferrari means Hamilton is 10 victories behind in the all-time list of most wins with the same team, but if Hamilton can continue his form from the last six seasons he will overtake Schumacher by the end of 2020.

2019 Formula One World Drivers Champion Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP celebrates after the F1 Grand Prix of USA at Circuit of The Americas on November 03, 2019 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images) © 2019 Getty Images 2019 Formula One World Drivers Champion Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP celebrates after the F1 Grand Prix of USA at Circuit of The Americas on November 03, 2019 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images) Asked by Autosport about Hamilton continuing his ties with Mercedes once he stops racing, team boss Toto Wolff said: "Lewis has been with Mercedes all his life, and we've had such a strong seven years, not only from a professional level but also a relationship level. We grew together. "This goes beyond the racing team, it goes into Daimler's heart with the board.

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It's hard to be a footballer, isn't it? Money, fame, fortune but there's the odd downside, too. For every success, there's a rejection - even for the

Top 10 players who were rejected as youngsters ! Av Chris Godfrey den Feb 26, 2018@chris_godfrey7. As a boy, Griezmann was rejected by Lyon as well as a list of other French clubs including Auxerre, Saint-Etienne and Sochaux. Again, it was his height that was the reason

"Mercedes is a great brand and Lewis Hamilton is a great brand and I don't see any reason that if we are able to provide him a good car we will not be his main priority. "Then going forward he has a few good years left in his career, I'm sure. "And then we see which opportunities come up. "That is certainly something which we will be very excited about."

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