Monday, 27 May 2013

Sargio Ramos Garcia

Sargio Ramos Garcia was born 30 march 1986 at  Camas , Spain. He is a Spanish professional football player who plays for Spanish giant Club  Real Madrid and Spain national team. he is  Mainly a central  defender & he can perform equally as a right back. After emerging through sevilla's  youth system, he went on to be a defensive anchor for both Real Madrid and the Spanish National Team, obtaining  his first cap at the age of 18.Internationally Ramos participated in two European Championship  and two World Cup &  winning three times both tournaments combined.

Born in Camas, sevelle, Andalusia Ramos began his career at local side FC Sevilla rising through the club's juvenile system alongside Antonio Puerta and Jesus Navas. He made his first-team debut on 1 February 2004, coming on as a second half substitue in a 0–1 away loss against Departivo la koruna.
In the Season of 2004-2005 Ramos appeared in 41 games as Sevilla finished sixth position in La Liga point table and found a chance to go Uefa cup, scoring in home fixtures against Real socided 2-1 and Real madrid 2-2.In the summer season of 2005, 19-year-old Ramos was bought by Real Madrid for € 27 million, a record for a Spanish youngest super player.At the club, Ramos was find the number 4 shirt, former worn by Fernando Hierro. On 6 December 2005 he scored his first goal for the Los Blancos , In a 2-3 Uefa champions league group stage loss at Olympiacos . In  his starting seasons, Ramos played as centre back, being also used as an emergency defensive midfielder on occasion. After pepe lima joining Real Madrid's team he was again located to right back. Ramos was named in both FIFA and UEFA's 2008 Team of the Year, adding the FIFPro Team of the Year 2007–08. He also finished 21st in the European Player of the Year nomination for 2008. In late February/early March 2013, due to the absence of Real Madrids Best Captain Iker Casillas due to injury, Ramos captained Real to back-to-back wins over Barcelona in just four days,he scored the 2–1 home winner in the second game, heading home after a corner kick.


Sunday, 26 May 2013

Carlo Ancelotti's Potential Targets If He Joins Real Madrid

Real Madrid are hoping to sign Carlo Ancelloti as their next coach , according to a famous Newspaper 
Ancelotti’s previous managerial experience includes Ac Milan Juventus Chelsea  and most recently Paris Saint Germain.A renounce sport  news replied that Paris Saint Germain are not willing to lose the Italian, who has a year remaining on his running  contract. But a Spanish Newspaper  Marca this week, Real Madrid  are still hoping to expose Ancelotti as head coach on June 3.It has been a far from successful  season for Los Blancos, who end the 2012/13 campaign without stainless steel .

Here we see the potential Ancelotti targets, if he gets a move to the Bernabeu.

No.             Name                               Current Team                                  Nationality

1.               Ilkay Gundogan                 Borussia Dortmund                        Germany
2.               Zlatan Ibrahimovich           Paris Saint Germain                        Sweden
3.               Gareth Bale                       Tottenham                                      Wales
4.               Daniel Caravajal                Bayer Leverkusen                          Spain
5.               Isco                                  Malaga                                           Spain
6.               Wane Rooney                   Manchester United                          England

Real Madrids summer target

      Player Name                           Present Team                                Nationality

1. Gareth Bale                          Tottenham                                     Wales
2. Sergio Aguero                      Mancestar City                             Arzentina
3. Carlo  Ancelotti                    Paris Saint Germain                       Italy
4.  Robert Lewandowski          Borussia Dortmund                        Poland
5. Isco                                     Malaga                                          Spain
6. David Luiz                           Chelsea                                         Brazil
7. Edinson Cavani                    Napoli                                          Uruguay
8. Luis Suarez                          Liverpool                                      Uruguay