Ali Sadjady

Ali played his football in the lower leagues in the UK with the likes of Belper Town and Ruislip Manor. He was forced to retire early due to injury and took up MMA, with underground fights in California and made his pro debut in Dallas. Moving to the US to pursue his dreams. Ali runs one of the top youth player development academies in the US and also coaches for one of the top youth clubs in the country, The Dallas Texans, with his U16's beating the India National team in the prestigious Dallas Cup and winning State Cup. Ali is also a published author.

As a die hard United fan it is hard trying to explain to people that despite my London accent, I was actually born in Manchester. Oh well.. I wouldn't believe me either. But it's true. I am definitely a thinker of the game, my favorite coaches are of course Sir Alex and the Special One. My favorite player of all time is Zinedine Zidane. My favorite United player was Eric Cantona, anyone remember him? Probably not, you are all too young :P My least favorite united player is Evra. Had to throw that one in :)

What do you get by reading my articles, just a different perspective. I don't do or say the conventional. I like to delve in deeper and try and consider all perspectives. Thank you for following us on Football Deluxe. I really appreciate all my fans and people who write to me, I always write back, so long as you are not making as ass of yourself, in which case you don't need my help :)

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Author Archives: Ali Sadjady

Cristiano ronaldo vs freestyle champion jeremy lynch1

We are on skills overload today. It’s Thanksgiving in the US, and so we are on the mission to entertain. Watch the video in the video link of cristiano ronaldo vs freestyle champion jeremy lynch, this was taken a number of years ago. Cristiano was still a Manchester United player, but as you can see […]

Who is the fastest player alive? Watch this video2

So the question has arisen as to who the fastest player alive is? According to a report, the fastest player recorded was Theo Walcott, but in the 2010 World Cup, Chicharito Hernandez was recorded at 36.7 km/h and he was the fastest player at the world cup, but Gareth Bale wasn't timed then. So who is it? Check out the video above!!!

Roberto Di Matteo being lined up for QPR?3

In one of my previous articles I had indicated that Mark Hughes would be the first on the chopping block. I didn’t think i’d be writing about Roberto Di Matteo of all people. That one definitely took me by surprise. I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised, as the last 3 managers at Chelsea FC […]

Benitez appointed new Chelsea boss3

The announcement was made on the Chelsea website, just hours after Di Matteo’s departure, who had only just led the London side to victory in the Champions League final for the very first time in the clubs history. “The owner and the Board believe that in Benitez we have a manager with significant experience at […]

Cristiano Ronaldo shows his sensitive side6

Cristiano Ronaldo donated his Golden Boot (won in 2011) at Real Madrid to raise 1.5 million Euros for the cause in the Middle East. This isn’t the first time the Galactica hero has done something like this, he has auctioned off his shoes and shirts in the past to raise money for the region. Definitely […]