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Spain and Real Madrid legend Casillas retires

WorldNews Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Spain and Real Madrid legend Casillas retiresSpain's World Cup-winning goalkeeper Iker Casillas announced his retirement on Tuesday, after being sidelined for more than a year with a heart problem. ","content":"Spain's World Cup-winning goalkeeper Iker Casillas announced his retirement on Tuesday, after being sidelined for more than a year with a heart problem....
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