We found: 34 results
Roberto Trashorras Gayoso (Rábade, Lugo, 1981). Nicknames ‘La Brujita del Mini’ (“the little witch from the mini”) because of his resemblance with Sebastián ‘La Brujita’ Verón.
It is not easy to get a foothold in the elite being a midfielder from Brazil, a country where there is always a surplus of players with these characteristics. Marcos Senna has made it to the top after a decade of success in Spain. His greatest ..
In October of 2012, Juan Ignacio Martínez Jiménez (Rabasa, Alicante, June 23, 1964) received the prize for Best Coach of the 2011/12 season in First Division, awarded by the Comité de Entrenadores de la Federación Es..
Issue No. 70 (February 2013) by Hector García Salido if The Interviews
Navarro was an icon in Boca Juniors, where he played up to 396 matches. Today he provides football analysis from RadioMarca’s microphones. With another point of view, the legendary Colombian goalkeeper, who went through fifteen teams and ..
For better or worse, Juan Antonio Anquela (Linares, Jaen, September 11, 1957) is and will be the seen by the larger audience as the hero of the great “Alcorconazo”, the coach for that Segunda División B Alcorcón that e..
Chosen by FIFA as the best head shot, ex-striker for Real Madrid, Sevilla and Inter, among other teams, goes over his career for Fútbol-Táctico, from Chile. ‘Bam Bam’ also reveals to us his great ‘secret’ a..
They call him “Lion Heart”. One would think this is due to his commitment on the field of game, as he spares no effort when it comes to working for the team. But Nelson Antonio Haedo Valdez (San Joaquín, Caaguazú -Para..
Issue No. 68 (December 2012) by Héctor García Salido if The Interviews
Argentinean forward Fernando Cavenaghi has travelled around half the world since his debut with River Plate in the 2000 season. An unforgettable debut for him and his millions of fans. In his first match with the national team, at the Copa Libe..