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Footballers who studied degrees at university during their careers

Robert Lewandowski

Poland's top goalscorer in history, Robert Lewandowski, wrote his thesis about his own career in order to graduate in Physical Education.

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Robert Lewandowski

The Polish striker finished his thesis at the Univeristy of Warsaw, Poland on the 9th of October 2017.

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Sócrates

The Brazilian was known as "Doctor Socrates" and had a degree in medicine.

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Juan Mata

Mata graduated from INEF - Physical Activity and Sprorts from the Science Faculty - from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and also studied marketing.

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Juan Mata

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Pirri

After playing 16 years with Real Madrid and after retiring from playing in Mexico, he returned to los Blancos and became a doctor with the first team.

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Sanchís and Butragueño

They both graduated with degrees in Business.

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Sanchís and Butragueño

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Iniesta

Like Juan Mata, he graduated after studied Physical Exercise and Sport.

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Esteban Granero

Granero graduated with a degree in psychology at Camilo José Cela.

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Ángel María Villar

Villar graduated Law from the University of Deusto.

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Ángel María Villar

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José Luis Pérez-Paya

He was one of the first Spanish footballers to graduate with a degree. After a career in which he won titles with Atlético and Real Madrid, he held a position in the Valencian Federation and between 1970 and 1975, he presided over the Spanish Football Federation.

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Bilardo

He studied medicine and specialised in gynaecology.

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Pablo Alfaro

Alfaro also studied medicine and specialised in gynaecology.

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Pablo Alfaro

Alfaro also studied medicine and specialised in gynaecology.

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Álvaro Arbeloa

He studied Business before leaving the course and always spoke about resuming his studies when he retired. He also has a degree in Journalism from Camilo José Cela University.

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Xabi Alonso and Cesc Fábregas

They both left his studies in Business to tend to budding careers as footballers.

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Xabi Alonso and Cesc Fábregas

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Sergi Roberto

He is currently finishing a degree in INEF, physical exercise, like Mata and Iniesta.

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José Eulogio Gárate

He was known by his nickname, the Goal Engineer, because of his Industrial Engineering career.

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Julen Guerrero

He has finished a career in Journalism.

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Edwin Congo

He is a licensed dentist.

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Hugo Sánchez

He became licensed as a dentist when he played with Pumas in Mexico.

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Chiellini

He recieved his Doctorate for his thesis on the modern Juventus economics.

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