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Top 5 Richest Soccer Players in the World in 2022

  Here are the 5 Richest Players in 2022 1. Faiq Bolkiah ($20.12 billion): Fortunately, you probably haven’t heard of the world’s richest football player. Faiq is the wealthiest football player in the world, with a net worth of over $20 billion. Contrarily, this young man didn’t earn any money playing football. Due to his inheritance, he has a sizable net worth. The royal prince of Brunei, Jefri Bolkiah, is the father of Faiq. He is currently a professional player with Maritimo. Brunei is a little nation with a lot of oil. Faiq’s love for the game led him to decide to seek a career in football. During his youth in England, he played for Chelsea, Southampton, Arsenal, and Reading. He currently serves as the team’s captain for Brunei’s national team. In each of his six games, Faiq has scored just one goal. Despite not being as successful as the other football superstars on this list, he is still a player. With a net worth of $20 billion, he is the wealthiest football player in the worl

Phoenix's James Jones wins 2020-21 NBA Basketball Executive of the Year award

 NBA team basketball executives have elect Phoenix Suns General Manager James Jones as the victor of the 2020-21 NBA Basketball Executive of the Year Award, the NBA declared today. This is the first NBA Basketball Executive of the Year Award for Jones, who has worked two terms as the Suns’ general manager and four terms overall in the team’s front office.
Jones get nine of the 30 first-place votes and gain 65 total points from the voting panel, which consist one basketball executive from each team. Utah Jazz Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Dennis Lindsey finished in second place with 61 points (nine first-place votes). Brooklyn Nets General Manager Sean Marks finished in third place with 51 points (five first-place votes). Executives were given five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third-place vote.
With Jones heading the Basketball Operations department, Phoenix put together a roster that placed the second-best record in the NBA (51-21) and the fifth-highest single-season winning percentage in franchise history (.708). The Suns made the NBA Playoffs for the first time since the 2009-10 season. Manager Monty Williams, whose hiring in May 2019 was supervised by Jones, ends in second spot at for the 2020-21 NBA Coach of the Year Award.
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