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Real Madrid C.F. Season 2008-2009

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Saviola

Mensaje  wakin_14 el Sáb Abr 04, 2009 12:24 am

Javier Pedro Saviola (born December 11, 1981 in Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province) is an Argentine professional football player, who plays for Real Madrid. His usual position is as striker. He is known for his speed and ability to score from almost any position. He has scored 12 goals in 44 games for the Argentina national team, and represented his country at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. In 2005, he was the youngest named on the FIFA 100 list of the 125 greatest living footballers. Saviola also holds Spanish nationality.

River Plate

Nicknamed El Conejito (The Bunny), Saviola made his debut for Argentine side River Plate at the age of 16, and went on to be a prolific goalscorer for the club. He helped River Plate win the 1999 Apertura and 2000 Clausura championships, and earned the 1999 South American Footballer of the Year award. Still only 18, he gained a reputation as a good prospect.

Barcelona

In 2001, aged 19, he moved abroad to play for Barcelona in a £15,000,000 transfer. He obtained Spanish citizenship, and thereby wasn't restricted by the Spanish league maximum on the number of non-European Union citizens allowed in each club. Under coach Louis van Gaal, he scored 17 goals in his first season, finishing third best scorer in La Liga.
His second year at the club did not start well, as he only scored two goals in the first half of the season. When van Gaal was fired and Radomir Antić became new Barcelona manager, Saviola went on to score eleven goals in the latter half of the 2002-03 season. At the start of the 2003-04 season, Frank Rijkaard was appointed as new manager. Saviola scored 14 goals during the season, but was deemed surplus at the club.
Saviola was sent on loan the following year, as he moved to Monaco in the French Ligue 1 championship in the summer 2004. As he did not fit into Rijkaard's plans, Saviola was again loaned out in the summer of 2005, this time to Spanish club Sevilla, in order to replace attacking player Júlio Baptista who moved to Real Madrid. At Sevilla, Saviola won his first title in Europe, when the club won the 2006 UEFA Cup.
Saviola returned to Barcelona for the 2006/07 La Liga season, playing in 18 league games (6 as a starter, 12 as a substitute) and scoring 5 goals. In the Copa del Rey, he appeared in 5 games (3 starts, 2 substitutions), scoring 5 goals. He also made a solitary Champions League appearance.

Real Madrid

On 10 July 2007, it was reported that Real Madrid signed Saviola after his Barcelona contract expired. The club's website published Saviola's first interview in Madrid on July 12, confirming that he would be presented to the press the next day as a new Real Madrid player.On July 13, Saviola completed his free transfer to Real Madrid, signing a contract that ends in 2010.
Saviola has endured a difficult time at Madrid, mainly restricted to Copa del Rey matches and sporadic appearances (mainly as a substitute) in La Liga and the UEFA Champions League. Normally the fourth choice striker for the club, the arrival of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar in January 2009 has forced Saviola further down the pecking order. To date he has scored 5 goals in 28 appearances for Real Madrid.

International career

Saviola starred in the 2001 edition of the World Youth Cup, held in Argentina. He was top scorer and was voted player of the tournament, as the Argentine youth national team won the competition. With 11 goals in seven games, he became the record goal-scorer in World Youth Cup history. His vintage performance earned himself an offer from the European clubs, but surprisingly, he failed to get a call up of the Argentina national football team to take part in the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
Two years later, Saviola played in the 2004 Olympic Games and won the Olympic Gold Medal with the Argentine squad. Under coach Marcelo Bielsa, Saviola was given few playing opportunities for Argentina, but after Bielsa's resignation in 2004, new coach José Pekerman, who was the Argentine youth national team in 2001, gave Saviola more chance to play for the national team.
Saviola was called up to represent Argentina at the 2006 FIFA World Cup by José Pekerman. Striker Luciano Figueroa and winger Luciano Galletti were in contention for a place on the roster, but Saviola's excellent form for Sevilla, scoring a handy 20 goals in 55 games and winning UEFA Cup with the Andalusian team, secured his place in the squad. Saviola made his presence felt at the tournament, as he scored a goal against Côte d'Ivoire in Argentina's opening game, and made two assists in the 6-0 victory against Serbia and Montenegro.


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LIga BBVA - F.C.Barcelona 2 - Real Madrid 0

Mensaje  wakin_14 el Sáb Abr 04, 2009 12:34 am

This is the only match that barça and Madrid have played this season.


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Madrid Vs Barcelona 0-3

Mensaje  wakin_14 el Sáb Abr 04, 2009 12:38 am

And this is the best match for me that barça has played in the Bernabeu.


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Re: Real Madrid C.F. Season 2008-2009

Mensaje  david_77 el Mar Mayo 19, 2009 10:22 pm

This is the best club in the world.

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Re: Real Madrid C.F. Season 2008-2009

Mensaje  wakin_14 el Mar Mayo 19, 2009 11:21 pm

David here you've got the best club in the world for you!!!!!!!!!!!


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