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Dutchman Ryan Babel has celebrated Liverpool midfielder James Milner after the retired England international signed a new one-year deal at the Merseyside club. Ryan Babel and other former Liverpool players such as Sami Hyypia replied the post made by the official Liverpool Instagram account on the new contract for Milner with their respective congratulatory messages.

The new contract for Milner was announced by Liverpool earlier this week. The 36-year-old Englishman would have been a free agent at the end of this month if his Liverpool contract was not extended. Liverpool manager JurgenKlopp was keen for Milner to extend his stay at the club. Milner is the vice-captain at Liverpòol, while compatriot Jordan Henderson is the club captain.

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Dutch forward Ryan Babel spent three-and-a-half years at Liverpool before he signed for German club TSG Hoffenheim during the 2011 winter transfer window. Babel officially signed for Hoffenheim on January 25, 2011 in a deal reported to be around £8m. The Dutchman had put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year deal until the end of the 2012/13 season.

Ryan Babel played his first game for TSG Hoffenheim in the quarterfinals of the German Cup in 2011 against Energie Cottbus. The Dutchman is renowned for his celebration which involves sticking out his left little finger in support of the underprivileged youths in the Dutch city of Amsterdam.

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Hull City are one of the three teams who got promotion to the English Championship this season. The Tigers won the League One title last season to secure promotion to the Championship this season.Peterborough United and Blackpool are the other teams who secured promotion from League One to the Championship last season. Hull City and Peterborough United qualified automatically as the first and second team respectively, while Blackpool had to go through the rigours of the playoffs.

Senior Hull City officials are determined to keep the club in the Championship and they have new owners. With new owners in charge of the club, the ambition level has increased swiftly and this explains the failed move to sign Ryan Babel. The Tigers were seriously linked with an ambitious move for Ryan Babel who has featured in two separate spells in the Premier League.

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Galatasaray winger Ryan Babel has released his autobiography in form of a rap album. The ex-Liverpool player released the rap album autobiography on Friday.The autobiography from most footballers is in the conventional print format, but Ryan Babel decided on another format. He has released his autobiography as an eight-track rap album.

Babel received a lot of media attention when he was recalled to the Dutch national team on the back of his good form for Fulham in the Premier League two years, and he’s almost certain to enjoy a similar media scrutiny with his rap album autobiography.

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Ibrahim Afellay has replied ex-Dutch national team colleague Ryan Babel after he hit out at him in his diss track. According to him, he was surprised that Babel called him out in his track titled ‘Open Letter’.

Afellay talked about Ryan Babel and his diss track in a chat with media outlet NOS. The ex-PSV Eindhoven and Barcelona star was honestly surprised by the development from Babel. In the track, Ryan Babel revealed that people told him that Afellay is broke as he stated that he doesn’t know him at Barcelona and that he was known from his time at PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch Eredivisie.

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Dutch winger Ryan Babel tasted German football for the first time when he signed for TSG Hoffenheim on January 25, 2011. The Reds received around £8m for the sale of Ryan Babel. He signed a two-and-a-half year deal upon his transfer to Hoffenheim.

His debut for Hoffenheim was in the German Cup. He featured in the last eight tie with FC Energie Cottbus on January 26, 2011. Ryan Babel is renowned for his left little finger out celebration, which is in support of youths that are disadvantaged in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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