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The history of Raúl González

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[font="arial, sans-serif;"]Raúl González is a Spanishfootballer who played as a striker, he was born in Madrid[/font][font="arial, sans-serif;"] where he played for Atlético de Madrid's[/font] youth team, but he later moved to Real Madrid's youth [font="arial, sans-serif;"]team.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]He spent 16 years of his career playing for Real Madrid and is the club's second all-time top goalscorer with 323 goals, and Raúl is also the most capped player in the history of the club with 741 appearances.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]He won six La Liga titles, three UeFA Champions League titles, scoring in two finals, four Supercopa de España titles, one UEFA Super Cup and two Intercontinental Cup.[/font]

[font="arial, sans-serif;"]He is the third highest goalscorer in Champions League history, behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, and the second most capped player, behind Ryan Giggs.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]In La Liga competitions, Raúl is the fifth highest goal scorer in the history of the tournament with 228 goals.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]He is also the highest Spanish scorer in European leagues, with 256 goals, scoring 228 goals in La Liga and 28 goals in the Bundesliga.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]Moreover, he is the second most capped player in the history of the Spanish competition, with 550 games played, just behind the retired goalkeeper Andoni Zubizarreta.[/font]

[font="arial, sans-serif;"]He leaved Real Madrid in 2010, and he signed for Schalke 04, and in 2012 for Al Sadd, he won the Qatar Start League in his first season and he reached 1,000 games played in his career, and later he signed for is last club, New York Cosmos (2nd division of MLS) and he won his last tittle in his last match.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]He scored a then-record 44 goals in 102 appearances for la Roja, but he never won any tittle with the national team.[/font]

[font="arial, sans-serif;"]Raúl was named the best striker in the world by IFFHS in 1999, and is the only player to be named UEFA Club Forward of the Year three times, in 2000, 2001 and 2002. He was the second in the Ballon d'Or 2001[/font] [font="arial, sans-serif;"](I think he should win it) and ranked third in the 2001 FIFA World Payer of the Year.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]In 2004, he was named in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players, and was included in the UEFA list of the fifty best European players of the 1954–2004 period. He was part of the European Team Of The Year of European Sport Media in 1997, 1999 and 2000.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]Raúl won two Pichichi trophies (1999 and 2001), the top goalscorer award of the UEFA Champions League (2000 and 2001), five Don Balón Awards (1997, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002) and one Best Player Award at the Intercontinental Cup in 1998.[/font]


[font="arial, sans-serif;"]His game was full of elegancy, and for this, he is one of my football idols.[/font]

Edited by Substanz, 18 November 2015 - 08:31 AM.




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Raul was such a great and huge talented player. Really enjoyed watching him scoring in almost every match xd




    Really old timer :/

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Raul, como le decia yo cuando estaba en el 04, un perro con experiencia. Gran jugador, dio mucho por el Madrid y hasta ahora nadie (incluido Ronaldo, de brazil, no Cristiano) ha podido dar tanto por el equipo como el.


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