The number 27!
Interesting number isn’t it? It brings with it a glow of certain lineage. It’s the number Sacramento Kings Hall of Famer Jack Twyman represented in his heyday that included six All-Star appearances.
It’s deemed the “lucky number” for the WWE Royal Rumble.
Its mathematical aspect was even used by Robbie Fowler when what was thought to be the last time he left the Shankly gates and went to Leeds United in 2001; he split the numbers into 2+7=9 to in order to replicate a number he would then go onto wear once again in 2006 back on Merseyside, the No. 9 shirt.
But most importantly, it’s the age where a soccer player enters their peak. Step forward, Wesley Sneijder. With the rumour mill swirling with possibilities of his departure from Inter Milan, you would have to think where could he end up?
With him now entering his peak, this could be his real chance to really enhance his already impressive resume, and where better to do it than in the English Premier League? Here’s five reasons as to why Wesley Sneijder should consider the English Premier League, if he were to depart with Milanese life.