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How is the British football star who just made his debut for AC Milan in Dubai, connected to a British DJ who is going to perform in Dubai next month?
January 8, 2009 12:10 by kippreport
Robbie Williams captained the England team in Soccer Aid 2006 and defeated ‘The Rest of the World’ team, which was headed by Ramsay. The game managed to raise $5 million for the UN body. However, he couldn’t participate in the game last year because of a knee injury.
The British singer’s career started as a member of the pop band Take That in 1990, but he left the band and went solo five years later. Though he initially struggled to establish himself, Williams went on to woo audiences worldwide. In fact his world tour in 2006 made it to The Guinness Book of World Records when 1.6 million tickets were sold in a single day shortly after the dates were announced.
The very next year, in 2007, he released a controversial song about another famous singer…
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