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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Roma to wear commemorative shirts for Francesco Totti farewell

Luciano Spalletti explains just how important AS Roma's Francesco Totti is to Roma and football in general.
The FC crew discuss why they don't think Francesco Totti will play for another club when he leaves Roma after 25 years.
Steve Nicol ranks the careers of the five footballers who will be retiring after the 2016-17 season.
Roma head coach Luciano Spalletti says Francesco Totti's number 10 shirt should remain open to inspire younger players.

It's going to be an emotional day for Roma as Francesco Totti brings an end to his 25-year career at the club.

To mark the occasion Roma players will wear a commemorative shirt for the Serie A game against Genoa at the Stadio Olimpico.

Each jersey will bear a "Totti 10" logo on the sleeve and the slogan "Una squadra per la vita," meaning "one team for a lifetime," written underneath.

 By Chris Wright

Antoine Griezmann swaps soccer for basketball, shows off 3-point skills

Antoine Griezmann is in for a busy summer, what with being constantly forced to dodge questions regarding his future at Atletico Madrid or the odds of him joining Manchester United.

And so it appears he has switched sports temporarily and is enjoying a spot of basketball.

Turns out he's pretty good from beyond the arc!

 By Chris Wright

Player completes one of the worst dives you will ever witness in football

Alexis Sanchez's old man disguise, Ronaldinho's visit to Barca and an all-time dive highlight this edition of the Sweeper.

As if the job of a referee wasn't hard enough to begin with, many now have to spend entire games contending with nefarious tactics such as diving, feigning injury and time-wasting.

Thankfully, however, some footballers are just so downright blatant in their attempts to deceive that officials have precisely zero problem separating the genuine injury from the phony.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra excited about Old Trafford return

 By Chris Wright

Real Madrid offer fans chance to be buried in Bernabeu coffins

For many avid fans, football is a matter of life and death. So it's only natural that, as and when they shuffle off this mortal coil, their wish would be to spend eternity as close to their beloved team as possible.

Real Madrid supporters are being offered just that luxury with the unveiling of custom coffins designed in the form of the Bernabeu stadium, complete with the club crest on the lid.

 By Chris Wright

An Iranian Cristiano Ronaldo lookalike to rival Lionel Messi doppelganger

It turns out Lionel Messi isn't the only global footballing superstar with an Iranian lookalike.

Sure enough, it would appear that Cristiano Ronaldo has a doppelganger living and working in Tehran, too.

Indeed, Iranian voters flocked to take selfies with Reza Alireza Lou while voting in their presidential elections after mistaking the local chap for the Real Madrid icon.