Sterling reminds me of Overmars, Sterling has the potential to be a player of Overmars' quality. Sterling is very good, he's an unusual player, he can play on the right wing, despite his size, he's strong. The best players finish games and Sterling is that kind of player, he plays very smart and always takes his chances. Sterling is very talented. , can play all positions on the offensive line.
Raheem was born Raheem Shaquille Sterling on December 8, 1994, in Jamaica. He and his mother moved to London when he was five years old. , but Raheem's father chose to stay in Jamaica. Tragically, when Raheem was eight years old, his father was murdered in Jamaica.
♣ His Kids:
Raheem had a difficult childhood and his family had to struggle with poverty. Probably because he lost his father at a very young age, he himself became a father when he was 18. His daughter Melody Rose was born in 2012.
The Story of Raheem Sterling
Following the tragic death of his father, Raheem has managed to turn his anger and frustration into motivation and to improve his football skills. His election to the "Queens Park Rangers Football Club" became a turning point in his life, and Raheem officially began his football career.From 2003 to 2010, Raheem played for Queens Park Rangers Football Club. Those seven years have greatly helped him shape his career. By the end of his tenure at the club, Raheem was already a star player - and he had managed to attract the attention of many, including veteran players and coaches. Raheem is known for his speed and low center of gravity.
In February 2010, Raheem signed with "Liverpool". Rafael Benítez, the "Liverpool" coach at the time, was very optimistic about him. Raheem made his team debut in a friendly against "Hibernian F.C", which ended in a draw.
Raheem made his first win over Notts County Football Club in the FA Youth Cup. After several remarkable victories, Raheem was promoted to Liverpool's senior side. On September 15, 2011, he received his first best player award. During the 2013-14 season, Raheem was exceptional. Not only did he register his name on the list of contenders for the 'PFA Young Player of the Year award he eventually won, but he was also named Liverpool Chartered Player of the Month for April.
This Manchester City 21-22 home shirt is inspired by the iconic 93:20 goal of the 2011-12 season that made City the Premier League champions. The inner collar showed 93:20, a reference to Aguero's famous goal against QPR in 2012, which meant City's first league title in 44 years. The "10" part of the 20 is inverted, representing Aguero's jersey number.
As you can see, the sponsor of Manchester City's 2021-22 home kit is the Etihad sponsor. The entire jersey combines a sky blue base with white trim in the form of side panels and a logo, and the color scheme also seems to be inspired by the elegant Umbro jerseys worn at the time. For the first time since the 2010-11 jersey, the branding and sponsor logos on the front are white.