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  • Robin van Persie - Wikipedia

    Robin van Persie (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈrɔbɪn vɑn ˈpɛrsi] ; born 6 August 1983) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a forward for ...

  • Robin van Persie - Home | Facebook

    Robin van Persie, Istanbul, Turkey. 15,144,547 likes · 55,457 talking about this. This is the Official Facebook page of Robin Van Persie! Twitter:...

  • Robin van Persie | Football | The Guardian

    Robin van Persie scored for Fenerbahce before being carried off and taken to hospital with a bleeding eye but the club said later his ‘condition is good’

  • Robin van Persie Player Profile - ESPN FC

    Robin van Persie Position: Forward Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Weight: 157 lbs (71 kg) age: 33 DOB: August 6, 1983 POB: Netherlands

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    Alexis equals Van Persie with Southampton goal The Chile international extended his excellent away record this season with a terrific strike against the Saints ...

  • Robin van Persie (@robinvanpersie) • Instagram photos and ...

    4.2m Followers, 157 Following, 277 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Robin van Persie (@robinvanpersie)

  • Robin Van Persie linked with shock move to Rangers - mirror

    Former Man United and Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie could be in line for a shock move to Rangers. The 32-year-old is currently with Fenerbahce but the Dutch legend ...

  • Official Robin van Persie website

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  • Robin van Persie's withdrawal in Holland's win over Mexico ...

    Robin van Persie's withdrawal in Holland's win over Mexico shows Louis van Gaal will make tough decisions By withdrawing his leading striker with his side ...

  • Robin van Persie - Player Profile 16/17 | Transfermarkt

    Excelsior Rotterdam (1988–1996), Feyenoord Rotterdam (1996–2001) Transfer history All teams of the player's carreer.

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