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Petr Cech's sport switch, Toni Pressley's triumphant return and Cristiano Ronaldo's milestone goal were all on your radar this week. Those stories and more are below, presented by our FIFA Fan Movement.
From grass to ice
From Subeesh Chirayath (India) Former Arsenal and Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech surprised many when he announced he was trading his football cleats for ice skates. In his debut between the pipes for Guildford Phoenix, the 37-year-old made a pair of crucial saves, shared by mavis_frauenfussball.
Pressley's inspired comeback
From Navin James (India) Toni Pressley earned an immense welcome back from the Orlando Pride faithful this past weekend when the defender entered her team's season-ending match as a substitute. It was only three months ago that the 29-year-old was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fabfooties brings us this behind-the-scenes look at the build-up to Pressley's impassioned return.
From Jimena Montes de Oca (Mexico) Serie A featured a women's Milan derby for the first time last Sunday, and jimymontes took note. AC Milan emerged 3-1 winners against Inter in front of a sold-out Breda Stadium. Women's football in Italy continues to rise on the heels of an impressive performance from Le Azzurre at the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™.
700 goals and counting
From Elise Santal (France)
This week Cristiano Ronaldo found the back of the net for the 700th time in his professional career during Portugal's UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying defeat by Ukraine. So where does he rank among the greatest goal-scorers of all time? @Elisemusic29 educates us.
Football on top of the world
From Dean Fraser-Phillips (Sweden) "It is the most beautiful place you can play football." That's according to defender Diego Abgottspon, whose club FC Gspon calls Ottmar Hitzfeld Stadium home. Located 2,000 metres above sea level in the Swiss Alps, it offers some truly breathtaking views. Deanthebard gives us more, via BBC Sport.