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Rafael Márquez

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Rafael Márquez

Rafael Márquez Álvarez (Spanish:  (listen); born 13 February 1979) is a Mexican former professional footballer. He played as a central defender, sweeper, or defensive midfielder. Nicknamed El Káiser,[3] Márquez is regarded as the best defender in Mexico's history and one of the best Mexican players of all time.[4][5][6] Márquez began his career with Atlas in 1996, playing in over 70 games with the club before moving to France in 1999 with Monaco, where he won the Ligue 1 title. In 2003, Márquez transferred to Barcelona, becoming the first ever Mexican to represent the club. He would go on to play in over 200 games during seven seasons with Barcelona, and win numerous championships. In 2006, he became the first Mexican player to win the UEFA Champions League when Barcelona defeated Arsenal in the final. In 2010 Márquez joined the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer. After being released from the club in 2012, he moved back to Mexico, this time to play for Club León.[7] After captaining the team to two b

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Mohammad Rashid Mazaheri

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Mohammad Rashid Mazaheri

Mohammad Rashid Mazaheri (Persian: محمد رشید مظاهری‎; born 18 May 1989)[2] is an Iranian footballer who plays for Iranian club Tractor as a goalkeeper. He is a member of the Iranian national team. Club career Mazaheri spent seven years in the youth academy of Fajr Sepasi before joining the youth teams of Esteghlal Ahvaz in 2009. He started his senior career with Esteghlal Ahvaz in 2010.[3] Previously, he played for the Moghavemat Sepasi youth team. Zob Ahan Mazaheri joined Zob Ahan midway through the 2013–14 season, mainly featuring as a reserve. He earned his starting place in the 2014–15 season and won the Hazfi Cup. Mazaheri lead Zob Ahan to the Round of 16 of the 2016 AFC Champions League as the first placed team in their group. In the 2018 AFC Champions League, he scored the highest goal keeper at the top of the list for the best goalkeeper this season. Tractor S.C. In 8 June 2019, Mazaheri signed a 4 years contract with Tractor in the Iran Pro League.[4] International career Mazaheri started his

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Hirving Lozano

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Hirving Lozano

Hirving Rodrigo Lozano Bahena (born 30 July 1995) is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a winger for Italian club Napoli and the Mexico national football team. He is popularly known by his nickname Chucky.[2] Lozano began his career with Pachuca, winning the 2016 Clausura and the 2016–17 CONCACAF Champions League, playing in 152 games and scoring 44 goals for the team. In June 2017, he signed for Dutch side PSV Eindhoven and won the Eredivisie in his first season in the Netherlands, and also finished as the team’s top scorer. In 2019, Lozano signed for Napoli for a reported €42 million, making him the most expensive Mexican player of all time.[3] Participating with various youth teams, Lozano won the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Championship and played at the 2016 Summer Olympics. He made his senior international debut in February 2016 and represented the nation at the Copa America Centenario, 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, and 2018 FIFA World Cup. Club career Pachuca Lozano joined Pachuca in 2009 as par

Mexican expatriate sportspeople in Italy

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Milad Mohammadi

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Milad Mohammadi

Milad Mohammadi Keshmarzi (Persian: میلاد محمدی کشمرزی‎; born 29 September 1993) is an Iranian professional footballer who plays for Belgian club Gent. Known for his speed and versatility, Milad plays as a Left-back and winger. His twin brother Mehrdad plays for Desportivo Aves in the Primeira Liga. Career Rah Ahan Milad Mohammadi joined Rah Ahan in the summer of 2014 with a five–year contract[2] and made his debut for them in the first fixture of the 2014–15 Iran Pro League against Esteghlal.[3] In July 2015 Mohammadi went on trial with Austrian Bundesliga club Sturm Graz.[4] He reportedly had two offers from European sides but Rah Ahan coach Farhad Kazemi refused to let him leave the club. Akhmat Grozny On 6 February 2016 Mohammadi signed a contract with Russian Premier League club Terek Grozny until 2019.[5][6] Milad made his debut for Terek Grozny as a substitute on 2 April 2016 in a 3–2 win over Anzhi Makhachkala.[7] In the 2016–17 Mohammadi became a starter for Terek at the Left Back position and r

Iranian expatriate sportspeople in Belgium

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K.A.A. Gent players

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Thomas Meunier

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Thomas Meunier

Thomas Meunier (French pronunciation: ​; born 12 September 1991) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a right back for Paris Saint-Germain and the Belgium national team. Club career Virton Born in Sainte-Ode, Belgium, Meunier began playing for various youth teams, starting with RUS Saint-Ode, RUS Givry and Standard Liège, which he spent two seasons before being released over injuries.[3][4] After being released by Standard Liège, Meunier revealed that his release affected him, which at one point, he was considered quitting but his mother persuaded him not to do it, saying 'No, football is your life: you just have to play football', and called a trainer at Virton for a trial.[5] At the trial, Meunier impressed the club’s management, winning 15–3 and Meunier, himself, scored ten goals in the game, leading him to for the club.[5] His move to Virton led him to start his professional football career there.[6] Meunier started to play professionally for Virton's first team in the first half of 2009,

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Luka Modrić

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Luka Modrić

Luka Modrić (Croatian pronunciation: ;[4][5] born 9 September 1985) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Spanish club Real Madrid and is the captain of the Croatia national team. He plays mainly as a central midfielder, but can also play as an attacking midfielder or as a defensive midfielder, usually deployed as a deep-lying playmaker. He is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders of his generation,[nb 1] and the greatest Croatian footballer of all-time.[nb 2] Born in Zadar, Modrić's childhood coincided with the Croatian War of Independence which displaced his family. In 2002, he was signed by Dinamo Zagreb at age 16, after showing promise with his hometown club NK Zadar's youth team. He continued his development in Zagreb, before spells on loan to Zrinjski Mostar and Inter Zaprešić. He made his debut for Dinamo in 2005 and won three consecutive league titles and domestic cups, being named the Prva HNL Player of the Year in 2007. In 2008, he moved to Premier League club

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Simon Mignolet

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Simon Mignolet

Simon Luc Hildebert Mignolet (Dutch pronunciation: , French: ; born 6 March 1988) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Belgian club Club Brugge and the Belgium national team. Mignolet started his career with Belgian Second Division side Sint-Truiden in 2004, and spent six years with the club, making 100 senior league appearances and scoring a goal. He moved to Premier League side Sunderland in June 2010[4] for £2 million, spending three years with them and making 101 appearances across all competitions before moving to Liverpool in June 2013 for £9 million.[5] Mignolet has represented the Belgium national team at every level from under-16 upwards. He made his senior debut in 2011, has since earned over 20 caps. He was also named to Belgium's squad for the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cup. Club career Sint-Truiden Mignolet was born in Sint-Truiden. He first joined his local football team, Belgian Second Division side Sint-Truiden, in 2004, eventually rising through their youth sys

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Arkadiusz Milik

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Arkadiusz Milik

Arkadiusz Krystian "Arek" Milik ( (listen); born 28 February 1994) is a Polish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian club Napoli and the Poland national team. Milik began his career as a footballer in the Rozwój Katowice youth squad. In 2011, he signed a one-year contract with Górnik Zabrze, and in 2012 he transferred to Bayer Leverkusen and later played on loan for FC Augsburg and Ajax respectively. In 2015–16, he was purchased by Ajax on a four-year deal for a reported €2.8 million fee. While playing for Ajax, Milik became one of the top goalscorers in Eredivisie. On 1 August 2016, he joined Italian club Napoli for €35 million, effectively replacing Gonzalo Higuaín. At international level, he participated at UEFA Euro 2016 with Poland, where his nation reached the quarter-final stage of the tournament. He also took part at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, where his team was eliminated in the group stage. Early life Milik's father left when he was very young. Sławomir "Moki" Mogilan, a footb

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Yerry Mina

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Yerry Mina

Yerry Fernando Mina González (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 23 September 1994) is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for English club Everton and the Colombia national team. He shares the record for most goals in a single World Cup by a defender, with three goals at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[4] Club career Deportivo Pasto Born in Guachené, Mina was a Deportivo Pasto youth graduate, joining the side only at the age of 18.[5] Promoted to the main squad during the 2013 season, he made his senior debut on 20 March of that year by starting in a 0–1 away loss against Dépor in the year's Copa Colombia.[6] Mina made his Categoría Primera A debut on 15 September 2013, starting in a 0–0 draw at Deportivo Cali.[7] His first professional goal occurred on 18 October, as he scored his team's first in a 2–2 home draw against Atlético Huila.[8] Independiente Santa Fe On 14 December 2013, Mina moved to fellow top tier club Independiente Santa Fe, initially on a one-year loan deal.[9] He made hi

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Marwan Mohsen

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Marwan Mohsen

Marwan Mohsen (Arabic: مروان محسن فهمي‎; born 26 February 1989) is an Egyptian fashelfootballer who plays as a striker for Egyptian club Al Ahly and the Egyptian national team. He made his debut with Egypt on 3 September 2011 against Sierra Leone in an 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier where he scored his first international goal, under the coaching of Hany Ramzy. Career Petrojet After the impressive performance in the Egyptian Second division side in the first half of the 2009–2010 season, Egyptian Premier League side Petrojet signed him for the rest of the season in the winter transfer window. He made his debut on 13 May 2010 against El Gaish. He earned a spot on Hany Ramzy's Egypt U-23 squad, who were trying to qualify for the 2011 All-Africa Games and the 2012 Summer Olympics, after finishing with a good 2010–11 season with 4 goals. He finished with 2 goals in the unfinished 2011–12 Egyptian Premier League season due to the Port Said Stadium disaster. In early June 2012, Mohsen's Petrojet coach to

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Johan Mojica

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Johan Mojica

Johan Andrés Mojica Palacio (American Spanish: ; born 21 August 1992) is a Colombian professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Girona FC and the Colombia national team. Mainly a left back, he can also play as a left winger. Club career Colombia Born in Cali, Mojica began his career with Academia FC, making his first team debut on 25 June 2011, against Expreso Rojo.[2] He retained a starting spot before moving to Llaneros FC. In January 2013, Mojica signed with Deportivo Cali.[3] On 30 March, he made his Categoría Primera A debut, against Itagüí.[4] Rayo Vallecano On 5 July 2013, Mojica moved to Spain, signing a one-year loan contract with Rayo Vallecano.[5] He made his official – and La Liga – debut on 15 September, coming on as a 69th minute substitute for Sebastián Fernández in a 5–0 away loss against Málaga. Mojica featured in 12 matches during the campaign, as the Madrid side achieved a comfortable mid-table finish. On 28 July 2014 he signed a permanent four-year deal with Rayo, and was imm

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Pejman Montazeri

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Pejman Montazeri

Pejman Montazeri (Persian: پژمان منتظری‎, born 6 September 1983) is an Iranian footballer; he plays for Al kharaittiyat and the Iranian national team.[3] Club career Foolad He was one of the exceptionally talented players in the Foolad squad that won the Iran Pro League in 2005, Montazeri played for Foolad in the 2006 AFC Champions League group stage.[4] Esteghlal After Foolad was relegated to the Azadegan League, Montazeri signed with Esteghlal. He had been a regular player for the team in his first two seasons, where he won the Iran Pro League and the Hazfi Cup. He extended his contract with Esteghlal until 2013 where he won the league title in the 2012–13 season. He also reached the semi-final of the Asian Champions League with Esteghlal in 2013. Umm Salal Montazeri transferred to Umm Salal on 5 January 2014. When Montazeri joined Umm Salal, the club was in danger of relegation, but under the leadership of Montazeri, Umm Salal avoided relegation and finished 7th place. Al Ahli On 31 May 2015 Montaz

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Héctor Moreno

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Héctor Moreno

Héctor Alfredo Moreno Herrera (born 17 January 1988) is a Mexican professional footballer who plays for Qatari club Al-Gharafa and the Mexico national team as a central defender. Moreno ascended the youth ranks of Club Universidad Nacional, making his senior debut in 2006 at the age of 18. He moved abroad a year later, joining Dutch side AZ Alkmaar, with whom he won his first league title. He joined Spanish side Espanyol in 2011, playing with the side for four years before returning to the Netherlands with PSV Eindhoven. In 2017, Moreno had a short spell with Roma before moving back to Spain with Real Sociedad. Moreno was a member of the Mexico under-17 national team that won the 2005 World Championship held in Peru. He has also represented Mexico at the 2010, 2014, and 2018 FIFA World Cups, as well as the 2011 and 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the Copa América Centenario, and the 2013 and 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. Club career Club Universidad Nacional Héctor Moreno joined Club Universidad Nacional's youth

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FIFA Century Club

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Sam Morsy

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Sam Morsy

Samy Sayed Morsy (born 10 September 1991) is a professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Championship club Wigan Athletic, where he is captain. He was born in England, and has been capped at international level by Egypt. He joined the Port Vale youth set-up in 2008, having been released from the Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy. Winning his debut in February 2010, he turned professional at the club in the summer. He established himself in the first-team picture in 2010–11, after which he was given a two-year contract. He helped the club to secure promotion out of League Two in 2012–13. He joined Chesterfield in July 2013, and played for the club in the 2014 final of the Football League Trophy, helping them to win the League Two title in 2013–14. He was sold to Wigan Athletic in January 2016, and helped the club to win the League One title in 2015–16. He joined Barnsley on loan in August 2016, and Wigan were relegated from the Championship upon his return to the club. However he became a

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Thomas Müller

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Thomas Müller

Thomas Müller (German pronunciation: ; born 13 September 1989) is a German professional footballer who plays for and vice-captains Bayern Munich, and has made 100 appearances for the German national team. A versatile player, Müller plays as a midfielder or forward, and has been deployed in a variety of attacking roles – as an attacking midfielder, second striker, centre forward and on either wing. He has been praised for his positioning, teamwork and stamina, work-rate, and has shown consistency in both scoring and creating goals.[3] A product of Bayern's youth system, he made his first-team breakthrough in the 2009–10 season after Louis van Gaal was appointed as the main coach; he played almost every game as the club won the league and cup double and reached the Champions League final. Müller scored 23 goals in the 2012–13 season as Bayern won a historic treble; the league title, cup and Champions League. Müller earned a call-up to the German national team in 2010. At the 2010 World Cup he scored five goal

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François Moubandje

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François Moubandje

Jacques François Moubandje (born 21 June 1990) is a Cameroon-born Swiss footballer who plays for Dinamo Zagreb. He plays in the defender position as a left-back. Club career After spending his youth career at FC Perly-Certoux, FC Saint-Jean GE and Servette, Moubandje settled his career at Meyrin, where he started his career at sixteen years old.[3] Servette In January 2010, Moubandje re-joined Servette, the club he spent when he was thirteen before he left for Meryin, signing his first professional contract.[3] Moubandje remained in the reserve team until he made his first team debut for Servette debut in the second leg of the relegation play-offs, in a 3–1 win over Bellinzona on 31 May 2011.[4] He then made his league debut for the club on 23 July 2011, where he came on as a substitute for Christian Schlauri in the 37th minutes, in a 3–2 win over Zürich.[5] However, in a match against Neuchâtel Xamax on 14 August 2011, he received a red card after a second bookable offence, in a 0–0 draw.[6] Moubandje s

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Luis Muriel

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Luis Muriel

Luis Fernando Muriel Fruto (Spanish pronunciation: ;[a] born 16 April 1991) is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian club Atalanta and the Colombian national team. Having started his professional career with Colombian side Deportivo Cali, Muriel joined Udinese. His first two seasons at the club saw him loaned out to Granada and Lecce respectively before returning to the club in 2012, during which year he won the Serie A Best Young Revelation award alongside Stephan El Shaarawy. After scoring 15 league goals in 57 appearances, Muriel joined fellow Serie A side Sampdoria in January 2015. He spent two-and-a-half seasons with the club, scoring 21 goals in 79 league appearances before joining Sevilla in 2017. In January 2019, he was sent back to Italy on loan with Fiorentina. In June 2019, Muriel signed for Serie A side Atalanta for a reported €18m. Muriel is currently a Colombian international having represented his nation at a full international level since 2012. He made his se

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Óscar Murillo

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Óscar Murillo

Óscar Fabián Murillo Murillo (born 18 April 1988) is a Colombian footballer who currently plays as a defender for Mexican club Pachuca. Club career Murillo began his career in the youth system of famed Argentinian side Boca Juniors.[2] In 2007, he returned to Colombia to play for second division side Centauros Villavicencio. In 2008, he joined his hometown side Deportes Quindío and became a regular starter. His play with Quindío led to interest from foreign sides, particularly from Major League Soccer.[3] He was signed on loan by Colorado Rapids [4] in February 2010. His loan was terminated in July 2010 without Murillo making a single league appearance. On 20 February 2012, he played for Atlético Nacional and scored twice in their win against Millonarios FC. Pachuca On 10 December 2015, Pachuca announced that Murillo would be joining the team for the Clausura 2016.[5] International career In May 2018 he was named in Colombia's preliminary 35 man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.[6] Career statist

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Yvon Mvogo

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Yvon Mvogo

Yvon Landry Mvogo Nganoma (born 6 June 1994) is a Swiss footballer who currently plays as a goalkeeper for RB Leipzig and the Switzerland national team. Club career Mvogo was born in Yaoundé, Cameroon.[2][3] He made his professional debut at 17 August 2013 in the Swiss Cup against Veyrier. He played the full game in a 0-8 away win. He wears kit number 18. His contract expires in June 2018.[2][3] In April 2017, it was revealed that Mvogo will be joining Bundesliga and future UEFA Champions League debutants Leipzig in 1 July 2017, after signing a four-year deal with the Saxony-based club.[4] International career Mvogo got his first call up to the senior Switzerland squad for a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania in June 2015.[5] He was included in the Switzerland national football team 23 man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[6] He made his first appearance for the national team on 15 October 2018 against Iceland for a 2018–19 UEFA Nations League group match. Career statistics As of match played

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Ricardo Ávila

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Ricardo Ávila

Ricardo Guardia Ávila (born 4 February 1997) is a Panamanian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Real Monarchs on loan from Universitario, and the Panama national team. Club career Born in Panama City, Ávila started his career at Chorrillo in 2014, making 39 appearances and scoring five goals in the Liga Panameña over the course of two-and-a-half seasons. On 29 August 2016, he was sent on loan to Slovenian club Koper, but made no official appearances before returning to Chorrillo in early 2017. On 1 July 2017, he joined Belgian club Gent, being assigned to the reserve squad.[2][3][4] On 24 January 2019, Ávila joined USL Championship side Real Monarchs on loan for their 2019 season.[5] International career Ávila represented the Panama under-20 side at the 2017 CONCACAF U-20 Championship.[6] He made his debut for the senior team in 2016.[2] He was named in Panama's squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.[7] Career statistics International As of 28 June 2018[8] Panama Year Apps Goals 2016 1 0

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Édgar Yoel Bárcenas

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Édgar Yoel Bárcenas

Édgar Yoel Bárcenas Herrera (born 23 October 1993) is a Panamanian international footballer who plays as a winger for Spanish club Real Oviedo, on loan from Mexican Cafetaleros de Tapachula. Club career Born in Colón, Bárcenas made his senior debut with hometown side Árabe Unido on 29 July 2012, coming on as a substitute in a 2–2 away draw against Plaza Amador. He scored his first goal for the club on 1 February 2014, netting the game's only in a home defeat of San Francisco. On 15 January 2016, Bárcenas was loaned to Croatian side RNK Split for six months.[2] After appearing rarely, he returned to Árabe Unido before joining Ascenso MX side Cafetaleros de Tapachula on 23 January 2017, also in a temporary deal.[3] On 26 December 2017, Bárcenas joined Cafetaleros permanently, with a deal to Tijuana arranged in the following July.[4] On 18 July 2018, however, he was loaned to Segunda División side Real Oviedo for one year.[5] On 9 August 2019, Bárcenas' loan was extended for a further campaign.[6] Internat

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Farid Díaz

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Farid Díaz

Farid Alfonso Díaz Rhenals[a] (born 20 July 1983), known as Farid Díaz, is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as a left back. He currently plays for Alianza Petrolera. At international level, Díaz represented Colombia at the Copa América Centenario. In May 2018, he was named in the preliminary squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[3] Although initially not being picked in the final list, he was later called up as a replacement for the injured Frank Fabra.[4] Career statistics Club As of 4 June 2016[2] Club performance League Cup Continental Total Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Colombia League Cup[n 1] South America Total 2012 Atlético Nacional Categoría Primera A 28 0 14 0 7 0 49 0 2013 40 0 13 0 6 0 59 0 2014 28 1 10 0 20 0 58 1 2015 41 0 3 0 5 0 49 0 2016 8 0 2 0 23 0 33 0 Career total 145 1 42 0 61 0 243 0 Notes Includes Copa Colombia and Superliga Colombiana. International As of 3 July 2018[5] Colombia Year A

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Érick Gutiérrez

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Érick Gutiérrez

Érick Gabriel Gutiérrez Galaviz (born 15 June 1995) is a Mexican footballer who plays as a midfielder for Dutch club PSV Eindhoven and the Mexico national team. He began both his youth and senior career at Pachuca, managing to win the 2016 Clausura and the 2016–17 CONCACAF Champions League the following season. During the 2015–2016 season, he would be named captain for his team at the age of 20. In August 2018, PSV Eindhoven would sign him. Gutiérrez has participated for various youth levels of the Mexico national football team, including the U-20 side where he won the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Championship and the 2015 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship and the U-23 team that participated 2016 Summer Olympics. He was also part of the senior team that went to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Club career Pachuca Erick Gutiérrez joined Pachuca of the Liga MX at the age of 12.[5] In his early career he started as a right-back, then moved to midfield. He made his debut on 26 October 2013 as a starter in a 0–0 dr

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Trézéguet (Egyptian footballer)

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Trézéguet (Egyptian footballer)

Mahmoud Ahmed Ibrahim Hassan (Arabic: محمود أحمد إبراهيم حسن‎; born 1 October 1994), commonly known as Trézéguet,[5] is an Egyptian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Aston Villa and the Egypt national team.[5] His nickname derives from the former French footballer David Trezeguet after his former youth coach noticed similarities between the pair in playing style and appearance. He began his career with Al Ahly, breaking into the first team at the age of 18 and helping them win the 2012 CAF Champions League and 2013 CAF Champions League. In 2015, he joined Belgian team Anderlecht and the move was later made permanent. However, he struggled to establish himself in the first team and spent the following two seasons on loan, first with fellow Belgian side Mouscron and later Turkish side Kasımpaşa. With Kasımpaşa, he became the highest scoring Egyptian player in the Turkish top flight in a single season which prompted the club to make the transfer permanent in 2018. Having

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Kenner Gutiérrez

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Kenner Gutiérrez

Kenner Gutiérrez Cerdas (born 9 June 1989) is a Costa Rican professional footballer who plays for Alajuelense and the Costa Rica national team. He played for Costa Rica at the 2017 Copa Centroamericana and the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.[2] He was named among the standby players for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and was later called up to replace the injured Rónald Matarrita.[3] Career statistics International As of 22 June 2018[4] Costa Rica Year Apps Goals 2017 9 0 2018 0 0 Total 9 0 References "2018 FIFA World Cup: List of players" (PDF). FIFA. 24 June 2018. p. 6. "Costa Rica – K. Gutiérrez – Profile with news, career statistics and history – Soccerway". int.soccerway.com. Chinchilla, Roy (14 June 2018). "Matarrita fuera, llega Kenner al Mundial" [Matarrita out, Kenner arrives at the World Cup]. FEDEFUTBOL.com (in Spanish). Costa Rican Football Federation. Retrieved 15 June 2018. "Kenner Gutiérrez". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman. Retrieved 24 June 2018. Extern

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Adama Mbengue

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Adama Mbengue

Adama Mbengue (born 1 December 1993) is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Caen. Career Club After being scouted in Senegal during his time with Orlando City Academy Affiliate, Sport Galaxy, Mbengue played with Orlando City in the 2012 Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic at the age of 19 and later joined USL PDL club Orlando City U-23, where he made 10 appearances in 2012.[2] On 21 June 2012, Mbengue was promoted to Orlando City's senior roster, making him the first player in club history to be promoted from the U23s to the pro side.[3] He made his professional debut the following day in a 3–0 win over the Harrisburg City Islanders.[4] In the 2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, Mbengue made a major impact on Orlando City's run to the quarterfinals. He scored in a second-round win over the Ocala Stampede[5] and set up Long Tan for the only goal of the game in a 1–0 upset of Major League Soccer club and defending tournament champion Sporting Kansas City on 12 June.[6] In June 201

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Mehdi Benatia

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Mehdi Benatia

Medhi Amine El Mouttaqi Benatia[note 1] (Arabic: المهدي أمين بن عطية المتقي‎, French pronunciation: ​ ; born 17 April 1987) is a French-Moroccan footballer who plays for Italian club Juventus, and for the Morocco national team, as a centre back. He began his career at Marseille, spending his time loaned out to Tours and Lorient before joining Clermont in 2008. Two years later he joined Udinese, spending three seasons there before transferring to Roma. After helping them finish as Serie A runners-up in his only campaign there, he was signed by Bayern Munich for €26 million, winning the Bundesliga in both of his seasons. In 2016 he moved to Juventus, initially on loan, and was later signed permanently by the club in 2017. Born and raised in France, Benatia represents his father's Morocco at international level. He made his international debut for them in 2008 and represented the nation at three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, totalling over 50 caps. Early life Benatia was born in Courcouronnes, France, t

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Jo Hyeon-woo

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Jo Hyeon-woo

Jo Hyeon-woo (Hangul: 조현우; Hanja: 趙賢祐; born 25 September 1991) is a South Korean footballer who plays as goalkeeper for Ulsan Hyundai and the South Korean national team.[2][3] Early life Jo Hyeon-woo was raised by his mother and father who was a gymnast in Seoul. Jo decided to become a goalkeeper when he saw Kim Byung-ji's lead while watching 1998 France in elementary.[4] He later said, "I was excited about playing soccer after watching the World Cup as I could be someone else's dream."[5] In his fifth grade, the football coach of Shinjeong Elementary School Ham Sang-heon asked for the best goalkeeper in the schoolyard as he was worried he would not have a goalkeeper. The children pointed to Jo. The coach tested Jo by making him save several shots. This would be the beginning of his career. He has been the main goalkeeper and has played in national tournaments ever since. In response, his old coach said "It was not once or twice that teams won because of Jo's success in the penalty shoot-out".[6] Club care

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Jo Hyun-woo

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Jo Hyun-woo

Jo Hyeon-woo (Hangul: 조현우; born 25 September 1991) is a South Korean footballer who plays as goalkeeper for Daegu FC and the South Korean national team.[2][3] He was a promising candidate for the Korean U-20 national team, stabilizing the defense by catching both high and low balls and communicating well with his team members. His poor form was cited as a weak point, but the goalkeeper is the strong point of the team's stability, location and judgment.[4] It was the first national team to be selected in the 2016 Challenge and was re-elected as the fourth goalkeeper in the 2017 Classic.[5] Club career He was selected by Daegu FC in the 2013 K League 1 draft.[6] International career In November 2015, Jo was called up for South Korea's national team by manager Uli Stielike to play in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Laos and Myanmar.[7] He was selected as the national representative for the EAFF E-1 Football Championship in 2017 winning the competition's best goalkeeper award.[8] 2018 FIFA World Cu

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Ahmed Musa

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Ahmed Musa

Ahmed Musa (born 14 October 1992) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward and left winger for Saudi Arabian team Al-Nassr and the Nigeria national team. Musa became the first Nigerian to score more than once in a FIFA World Cup match, after scoring twice against Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.[2] Musa is also the first Nigerian to score in two FIFA World Cup competitions, after scoring twice against Iceland in the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[3] Musa was a member of the 2020 Saudi Super Cup winning team Al-Nassr.[4] Club career Early career Musa began his career in the GBS Football Academy.[5] Breakthrough in Nigeria In 2008, Musa was loaned to JUTH F.C.[6] where he played 18 games, scoring four goals in his first two professional seasons for the Healers. He was subsequently loaned to Kano Pillars F.C.,[7] in the 2009–10 season where he set the league record scoring multiple crucial goals as Pillars finished second. Musa held the record for the highest goals ever sc

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Mário Fernandes (footballer)

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Mário Fernandes (footballer)

Mário Figueira Fernandes (Russian: Марио Фигейра Фернандес, IPA: ; born 19 September 1990) is a professional footballer who plays as a right back for Russian club CSKA Moscow and the Russia national team.[3] Club career Grêmio Fernandes joined Grêmio in March 2009, signing until 2014. A few days later, he disappeared, and Brazilian police were called in to search for him. He was found some days later in São Paulo state, after having withdrawn cash in Londrina, Porto Alegre and Florianópolis. Fernandes made his debut for the club against Sport on 28 June 2009. Fernandes established himself as Grêmio's first-choice right back.[4] CSKA Moscow On 25 April 2012, the Grêmio president announced that a 15 million euro deal had been agreed with CSKA Moscow and Fernandes was set to join them pending a medical examination, with CSKA announcing the arrival on 4 May 2012.[5] During the 2013–14 campaign he suffered a knee injury ruling him out for the first four months of the season.[6] In 2015, he was a key player i

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Ismael Díaz (footballer, born 1997)

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Ismael Díaz (footballer, born 1997)

Ismael Díaz de León (born 12 May 1997) is a Panamanian professional footballer who plays as a left winger for Tauro. Club career Born in Panama City, Díaz made his professional debut for Tauro on 2 September 2012 against Alianza, aged just 15 years and 2 months.[2] He had a trial with Dutch club PSV Eindhoven in summer 2014.[3] In August 2015, he joined Portuguese club FC Porto on a loan.[4] On 2017 the loan ended due to FC Porto order. On 31 August 2019, Díaz joined Académico Viseu.[5] He left the club at the end of the year and returned to Tauro in January 2020.[6] International career He played at the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.[7] Díaz made his senior debut for Panama in an August 2014 friendly match against Cuba and has, as of 10 June 2015, earned a total of 2 caps, scoring 1 goal. In May 2018 he was named in Panama’s preliminary 35 man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.[8] Career statistics International As of 2

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Jhonny Acosta

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Jhonny Acosta

Jhonny Gerardo Acosta Zamora (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 21 July 1983), commonly known as Johnny Acosta,[1][2] is a Costa Rican football player who plays for UCR and the Costa Rica national football team. He plays as a defender.[3][4] Club career Acosta made his professional debut for Santos de Guápiles in the 2004/05 season and left them in 2010 for Alajuelense with whom he won three league titles. In January 2013, he moved abroad to have a six-month loan spell at Mexican second division side Dorados.[5] On 8 September 2016, Acosta joined Herediano.[6] On 29 November 2017, he renewed his contract for another year.[7] On 10 January, he switched to Colombian club Rionegro Águilas.[8] East Bengal On 11 July 2018, Acosta joined Indian club East Bengal Club for a fee of ₹1.36 crore (US$190,000).[9][10] He was issued the number 2 jersey.[11] On 2 September, he made his debut for the club and scored a goal in a 2–2 draw against Mohun Bagan in the Kolkata derby at the Salt Lake Stadium in Calcutta Football L

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Peter Etebo

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Peter Etebo

Oghenekaro Peter Etebo (born 9 November 1995) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Getafe on loan from Championship club Stoke City and the Nigerian national team. Etebo started out at Warri Wolves where he spent three years before moving into European football with Portuguese side Feirense. He helped the side gain promotion to the Primeira Liga and establish themselves as a top-flight club. Etebo had a six-month loan spell at Spanish side Las Palmas in the 2017–18 season. Etebo joined English side Stoke City in June 2018 for a fee of £6.35 million. Club career Warri Wolves Etebo joined Warri Wolves in 2012, Etebo was announced as a member of the senior squad for the 2013 Nigeria Premier League season. However, due to his school studies and a delayed start to the league season, he only got to make his professional debut on 14 April 2013, announcing himself to Nigerian fans by scoring the first hat-trick of the season. With his goals in the 4th, 9th and 37th minutes and anothe

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Manuel Neuer

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Manuel Neuer

Manuel Peter Neuer (German pronunciation: ; born 27 March 1986) is a German professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and captain for both Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time,[4] Neuer has been described as a "sweeper-keeper" because of his unique playing style and speed when rushing off his line to anticipate opponents.[5][6][7] Neuer started his career at Schalke 04 where he won the DFB-Pokal and DFB-Ligapokal. In 2011, he signed for Bayern Munich and has since won 18 trophies, including seven Bundesliga titles and a UEFA Champions League. In 2014, Neuer finished third in the voting, behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, for the FIFA Ballon d'Or award. He was awarded the UEFA Goalkeeper of the Year and the IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper four times each. Neuer was selected as Germany's number one goalkeeper for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.[8] During the group stages, he only conceded a single goa

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Lucas Hernandez

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Lucas Hernandez

Lucas François Bernard Hernandez (French: ;[4][5] born 14 February 1996), or simply Lucas, is a French professional footballer who plays as a left back or a central defender for German club Bayern Munich and the French national team.[6] He started his career with Atlético Madrid where he made more than 100 competitive appearances, reaching the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final. He also won the 2018 Europa League and the Super Cup in the same year. A French international since 2018, Lucas was part of the winning squad at the 2018 World Cup. Club career Atlético Madrid Born in Marseille, while his father was playing for Olympique de Marseille, Lucas moved to Spain at the age of four (as a result, he would later speak French with a slight Spanish accent)[7] and joined Atlético Madrid's youth setup in 2007 aged 11, from CF Rayo Majadahonda.[8][9] On 9 November 2013, while still a junior, he was called up by manager Diego Simeone for a La Liga match against Villarreal CF,[10] but remained unused in the 1–1 away

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Maximiliano Meza (footballer, born 1992)

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Maximiliano Meza (footballer, born 1992)

Maximiliano Eduardo Meza (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 15 December 1992) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Monterrey and the Argentina national team.[2][3] Club career Meza began his career in the youth ranks of Gimnasia y Esgrima, he was promoted into the first-team in 2012 and subsequently made his professional debut on 10 December against Deportivo Merlo in the Primera B Nacional, he made fourteen league appearances in total in Gimansia's promotion-winning season of 2012–13.[2][3] In the following season, Meza became a regular for the club as he made thirty-six appearances and scored five goals; the first five goals of his career. Over the next three league campaigns he made fifty-three appearances in all competitions while scoring seven goals, the last coming versus Colón on 23 May 2016.[2] On 18 September 2016, a week after making his 100th league appearance for Gimnasia, he left the club to sign for fellow Primera División club Independiente. His Independiente deb

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Óscar Duarte (footballer, born 1989)

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Óscar Duarte (footballer, born 1989)

Óscar Esaú Duarte Gaitán (Spanish pronunciation: ;[a] born 3 June 1989) is a Costa Rican professional footballer who signed for Spanish club Levante. A central defender, he previously played for Deportivo Saprissa, Club Brugge and Espanyol. He made his debut for the Costa Rica national team in 2010 and has since won 40 caps, including playing at two World Cups. Club career Duarte was born in Catarina, Masaya, Nicaragua.[2] After making 52 appearances in five years at Costa Rican club Deportivo Saprissa, Duarte joined Club Brugge in the Belgian Pro League in 2013.[3] International career Duarte made his debut for the Costa Rica national football team against Jamaica on 17 November 2010, and played for the team at the 2011 Copa Centroamericana, where they lost to Honduras in the final.[3] In June 2014, Duarte was named in Costa Rica's squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup,[4] becoming the first Nicaragua-born player at a World Cup finals.[2] In the team's opening match, he scored his first goal for Los Ticos

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Essam El Hadary

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Essam El Hadary

Essam Kamal Tawfiq El Hadary (Egyptian Arabic: عصام الدين كمال توفيق الحضري‎; born 15 January 1973) is an Egyptian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. Nicknamed the "High Dam",[3][4] he has spent the largest portion of his club career with Al Ahly, with whom he won eight Egyptian Premier League titles, four Egypt Cups, four Egyptian Super Cups, four CAF Champions League titles, three CAF Super Cups, one Arab Club Champions Cup, and two Arab Super Cups. Third on the list of all-time appearances for Egypt entering the 2018 World Cup,[2] El Hadary has made over 150 international appearances for his nation since his debut in 1996. He has won the Africa Cup of Nations four times, and was named the tournament's best goalkeeper on three occasions.[4] In the 2018 FIFA World Cup, at the age of 45 years and 161 days, he became the oldest player in history to play in a World Cup match.[5] Club career El Hadary was born in Kafr al-Battikh, Damietta.[6] His father was a craftsman who owned his own workshop making fur

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Miloš Degenek

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Miloš Degenek

Miloš Degenek ( MIL-osh DEG-ə-nek;[3] Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Дегенек, pronounced ;[4][5] born 28 April 1994) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a defender for Red Star Belgrade[6] and the Australia national team. Degenek represented both Serbia and Australia at youth levels before making his senior international debut for Australia against England in 2016. Early life Degenek was born in 1994 in Knin. His family was part of the Serb population of Croatia and fled the Croatian War of Independence to Yugoslav and Serbian capital Belgrade in 1995 during Operation Storm where they lived as refugees.[7] In 2000 his family emigrated to Sydney, Australia.[8] Club career Early career Degenek with Stuttgart in 2013 Degenek played for the Westfields Sports High School and the Australian Institute of Sport.[9] In the summer of 2012, he joined the under-19 team of VfB Stuttgart.[10][11] Upon joining the club, Degenek admitted that he "had no communication from anyone from the Young Socceroos or

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Mohamed Abdel Shafy

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Mohamed Abdel Shafy

Mohamed Abdel Shafy (Arabic: محمد عبد الشافي‎; born 1 July 1985) is an Egyptian professional footballer who plays as a left back for Egyptian Premier League club Zamalek and the Egypt national team. Club career He started his career with Zamalek youth team then moved to ENPPI then moved to Ghazl El-Mehalla. He joined Zamalek's squad again in 2009. International career Abdel Shafy was called to join the Egypt national football team on 31 December 2009.[2] In what was a surprise to some, the Egyptian team coach, Hassan Shehata, listed Abdel Shafy among the players heading to Angola for the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations. Abdel Shafy became a substitute for Sayed Moawad in this tournament, and managed to participate in 5 matches.[3] He grabbed his first goal for Egypt in the 4–0 semi-final win against Algeria.[4] In May 2018 he was named in Egypt’s preliminary squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.[5] Career statistics International As of 25 June 2018.[6] Egypt Year Apps Goals 2009 1 0 2010 10 1

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Alisson

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Alisson

Alisson Ramses Becker (Brazilian Portuguese: , born 2 October 1992), commonly known as Alisson, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Liverpool and the Brazil national team.[4] Considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world, in 2019 he was named The Best FIFA Goalkeeper and was also the recipient of the inaugural Yashin Trophy. Alisson began his career at Internacional, where he made over 100 appearances and won the Campeonato Gaúcho in each of his four seasons at the club. In 2016, he completed a €7.5 million transfer to Roma where he initially served as understudy to Wojciech Szczęsny before breaking into the starting line-up. In July 2018, Alisson signed for Liverpool for an initial fee of €62.5 million (£56m), which could rise to €72 million (£66.8 million); a world record fee for a goalkeeper at the time.[5] In his first season at the club he received the Premier League Golden Glove for most clean sheets in the league (21), and kept another clean s

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Ederson (footballer, born 1993)

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Ederson (footballer, born 1993)

Ederson Santana de Moraes (born 17 August 1993), known simply as Ederson (Brazilian Portuguese: ), is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Manchester City and the Brazil national team. He is considered the world's most expensive goalkeeper from a transfer value perspective by the CIES.[3] He started his career at São Paulo in 2008 before joining Portuguese side Benfica one year later, where he would spend two seasons. In 2012, he transferred from Ribeirão to Primeira Liga side Rio Ave and became a regular starter there. He rejoined Benfica in 2015 and was assigned to the reserves before debuting for the first team, with whom he would win four major titles in two seasons. For the 2017–18 season, Ederson joined English club Manchester City for £35 million and became the most expensive goalkeeper of all-time in terms of the nominal value of pound sterling at the time of his transfer.[4] He went on to win the Premier League and EFL Cup in his first season in Engl

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Fernandinho (footballer, born May 1985)

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Fernandinho (footballer, born May 1985)

Fernando Luiz Roza (born 4 May 1985), or simply Fernandinho (Brazilian Portuguese: ; meaning "Little Fernando"), is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder and central defender for Premier League club Manchester City and the Brazil national team. He has also captained both sides on many occasions.[4][5] Fernandinho started his career at Brazilian club Atlético Paranaense before moving to Shakhtar Donetsk in 2005, where he became one of the best foreign players to ever play in the Ukrainian Premier League.[6] With Shakhtar, he won six Ukrainian Premier League titles, four Ukrainian Cups and the 2008–09 UEFA Cup. He was voted by the Shakhtar Donetsk fans as the best Brazilian player to ever play for the team.[7] In 2013, he joined Manchester City, where he has since won three Premier League titles, among other trophies. The scorer of the only goal in the final of the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship and a full international for Brazil since 2011, he was part of their squad which came f

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João Mário (footballer, born January 1993)

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João Mário (footballer, born January 1993)

João Mário Naval da Costa Eduardo (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born 19 January 1993), known as João Mário, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow, on loan from Inter Milan, and the Portugal national team. He started out at Sporting CP in whose youth system he developed, being loaned to Vitória de Setúbal in 2014 and subsequently returning to be an important part of the squads that won major trophies, including the 2015 Portuguese Cup. João Mário made his senior debut for Portugal in 2014. He was chosen for the 2018 World Cup and appeared at Euro 2016, winning the latter tournament. Club career Sporting Following a brief youth spell with local FC Porto in his hometown, João Mário moved to Sporting CP in 2004 at the age of 11, going on to complete his formation with the Lisbon club. On 14 December 2011 he was called for a UEFA Europa League group stage game away against S.S. Lazio, alongside youth graduates Betinho, Ricardo Esgaio, Tiago Ilori and

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Miranda (footballer, born 1984)

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Miranda (footballer, born 1984)

João Miranda de Souza Filho (born 7 September 1984), also known as João Miranda, or simply Miranda (Brazilian Portuguese: ), is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a central defender for Chinese club Jiangsu Suning and the Brazil national team. Having begun his career at Coritiba, he spent the 2005–06 season with Sochaux in France before returning to Brazil to play for São Paulo. He won three consecutive Campeonato Brasileiro Série A titles, and was named in the Team of the Year four consecutive times from 2007 to 2010. In 2011, he joined Atlético Madrid, where he won domestic and European honours, leaving for Inter for €15 million four years later. Miranda made his full international debut for Brazil in 2009 and was a member of the squad which won the Confederations Cup that year. He also played at three Copa América tournaments and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, captaining Brazil at the Copa América Centenario in 2016 and winning the 2019 Copa América. Club career Early career and São Paulo Born in Paranavaí,

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Yoshinori Muto

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Yoshinori Muto

Yoshinori Muto (武藤 嘉紀, Mutō Yoshinori, born 15 July 1992) is a Japanese professional footballer who plays for English club Newcastle United and the Japan national team as a forward. He started his career with J1 League club FC Tokyo in 2013 who he played with for three seasons. In May 2015, he signed for German club Mainz 05 where he amassed 72 appearances and scored 23 goals before moving to Premier League club Newcastle United in August 2018. Club career FC Tokyo As a child, Muto joined FC Tokyo's youth system, where he kept developing until 2010. He then enrolled in the Faculty of Economics of Keio University but kept playing football, for Keio's team. Despite an injury which sidelined him, in his first season with Keio he won the "Rookie of the Year" title.[3] In 2012 and 2013, FC Tokyo included him in their roster as a "Special Designated Player",[4] an option that allows J-League clubs to field university players without a professional contract. However, he got on the pitch just once, at the end of

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Yannick Carrasco

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Yannick Carrasco

Yannick Ferreira Carrasco (Portuguese pronunciation: ;[4] born 4 September 1993) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a winger for La Liga club Atlético Madrid on loan from Chinese club Dalian Professional, and the Belgium national team. He began his career with Monaco, where he scored 20 goals in 105 professional games, winning Ligue 2 in his first season and finishing runner-up in Ligue 1 in the second. In 2015, he joined Atlético Madrid for a reported €20 million, scoring in the final as they were runners-up in the UEFA Champions League. Carrasco made his international debut in March 2015. He played at UEFA Euro 2016 and was part of their squad that came third at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Personal life Carrasco was born in Vilvoorde to a Portuguese father and Spanish mother.[5] His father left the family when Yannick was still a child, leaving his mother, Carmen, to raise him and his brother Mylan.[6] He has two younger half-siblings, Hugo and Celia. While initially known as "Ferreira Carra

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Brad Jones (soccer)

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Brad Jones (soccer)

Bradley Scott Jones (born 19 March 1982) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the Saudi Arabian team Al-Nassr. He was a member of the Middlesbrough team for over a decade often playing on loan at a succession of lower league clubs: Stockport, Rotherham United, Blackpool and Sheffield Wednesday. He also had a brief loan spell in Ireland with Shelbourne. In August 2010, he made a £2.3m move to Liverpool where he spent four seasons, mostly in a back-up role. Jones then had two short stints, his final in England at Bradford City and then in the Netherlands at NEC, before joining Feyenoord on a one-year deal in August 2016. On 22 May 2017, he signed another 2 years at Feyenoord following their championship victory in the Dutch Eredivise.[3] Club career Early career Jones was born in Armadale, Western Australia[2] to English parents. A childhood Liverpool fan,[4] he attended John Curtin Senior High School, graduating in 1998. Jones signed for Bayswater City SC in Western Australi

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James Meredith (soccer)

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James Meredith (soccer)

James Gregory Meredith (born 5 April 1988) is an Australian professional soccer player who plays as a left back for A-League club Perth Glory and the Australia national team. He has played in the English Football League for Chesterfield, Shrewsbury Town, Bradford City and Millwall. Meredith started his career with the Derby County youth system in 2004, signing a professional contract in 2006. He was loaned out to Cambridge United and Chesterfield before moving to Sligo Rovers. He returned to England with Shrewsbury Town, but after making only three appearances for them, joined A.F.C. Telford United on loan for most of the 2008–09 season. Meredith joined York City in 2009, playing in their victories in the 2012 FA Trophy Final and 2012 Conference Premier play-off Final, the latter seeing the club promoted to League Two. Meredith signed for Bradford City in 2012, winning promotion to League One in his first season with victory in the 2013 League Two play-off Final. Meredith moved to Millwall in the Championsh

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