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Martin Škrtel

Martin Škrtel

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  2. Ranking The Ten Most Controversial Premier League Players Ever – Does Chelsea Striker Diego Costa Make Our List?

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  1. Chelsea striker Diego Costa handed FA violent conduct charge for 'stamp' on Liverpool's Emre Can

    The Spaniard appeared to leave his foot in on Can during Tuesday night's clash - but the FA will not be taking any further action for a later tussle with ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  2. Jose Mourinho Declares War On Brendan Rodgers After Chelsea Beat Liverpool

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  3. Eden Hazard defends stamp storm striker Diego Costa declaring

    The Spain international has come in for heavy criticism following incidents with Emre Can and Martin Skrtel but Belgian star Hazard says he's an inspiration FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  1. Mourinho: The pundit is nuts… Costa stamps were accidental!

    The Chelsea manager is adamant his star striker's altercations with Emre Can and Martin Skrtel were not motivated by malice and again alleged a campaign against his side FULL ARTICLE AT Goal.com

  2. The game was marred by two incidents involving Diego Costa, who appeared to stamp on Emre Can and then Martin Skrtel FULL ARTICLE AT FootballFanCast

  3. Diego Costa’s Most Controversial Career Moments After Chelsea Star’s Double Stamp Against Liverpool

    The striker is considered the Premier League's pantomime villain Following on from Chelsea striker Diego Costa's shocking stamps on Liverpool's Emre Can and Martin Skrtel in the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Caught Offside

  4. • Losing manager fumes over challenges on Emre Can and Martin Skrtel • José Mourinho defends forward and fumes at Sky pundit • Match report • Barney Ronay: Diego Costa tries to light up ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

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Martin Škrtel (pronounced: Shkrtel) (born 15 December 1984 in Handlová, Czechoslovakia, now Slovakia) is a Slovak international football defender who plays for English Premier League club Liverpool. Škrtel was raised in Ráztočno. He began playing football at the age of six; while a competent ice hockey player, he followed his father's career. He is the youngest of three children, with an older... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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