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Real Madrid C.F. All Stars





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Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (80 354)

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COACH: :SPA: Miguel MUÑOZ

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GOALKEEPERS:

:SPA: Ricardo ZAMORA
:SPA: Iker CASILLAS



DEFENDERS:

:SPA: Jacinto QUINCOCES
:URU: :SPA: José SANTAMARÍA
:SPA: José Antonio CAMACHO
:SPA: CHENDO
:SPA: Fernando HIERRO
:SPA: Manuel SANCHÍS
:BRA: Roberto CARLOS



MIDFIELDERS:

:SPA: José María ZÁRRAGA
:SPA: Francisco GENTO
:SPA: AMANCIO
:SPA: PIRRI
:SPA: MÍCHEL
:ARG: Fernando REDONDO
:FRA: Zinédine ZIDANE



FORWARDS:

:ARG: :SPA: Alfredo DI STÉFANO
:HUN: Ferenc PUSKÁS
:SPA: SANTILLANA
:POR: Cristiano RONALDO
:MEX: Hugo SÁNCHEZ
:SPA: Emilio BUTRAGUEÑO
:SPA: RAÚL




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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

:SPA: Juanito ALONSO
:SPA: Miguel ÁNGEL
:SPA: Paco BUYO



DEFENDERS:

:SPA: CIRIACO
:SPA: Joaquín NAVARRO
:SPA: Rafael LESMES
:SPA: MARQUITOS
:SPA: Goyo BENITO
:SPA: Isidoro San JOSÉ
:GER: Uli STIELIKE
:SPA: Rafael GORDILLO
:SPA: Jesús Ángel SOLANA
:SPA: Iván HELGUERA
:SPA: Míchel SALGADO
:SPA: Sergio RAMOS
:BRA: MARCELO
:POR: PEPE



MIDFIELDERS:

:SPA: Luis REGUEIRO
:SPA: LEONCITO
:SPA: BONET
:SPA: IPIÑA
:CUB: :SPA: Chus ALONSO
:SPA: Miguel MUÑOZ
:SPA: Hector RIAL
:SPA: Ignacio ZOCO
:SPA: Vicente DEL BOSQUE
:SPA: Manuel VELÁZQUEZ
:GER: Günter NETZER
:GER: Paul BREITNER
:SPA: Ricardo GALLEGO
:SPA: Rafael Martín VÁZQUEZ
:SPA: GUTI
:FRA: Claude MAKÉLÉLÉ
:POR: Luis FIGO
:SPA: Xabi ALONSO
:CRO: Luka MODRIĆ
:GER: Toni KROOS



FORWARDS:

:SPA: Santiago BERNABÉU
:SPA: Juan MONJARDÍN
:SPA: Luis MOLOWNY
:SPA: PAHIÑO
:SPA: JOSEÍTO
:SPA: Enrique MATEOS
:FRA: Raymond KOPA
:SPA: Ramón GROSSO
:SPA: JUANITO
:ARG: Jorge VALDANO
:CHI: Iván ZAMORANO
:CRO: Davor ŠUKER
:SER: Predrag MIJATOVIĆ
:SPA: Fernando MORIENTES
:BRA: RONALDO
:FRA: Karim BENZEMA
:WAL: Gareth BALE






THE BEST EVER XI

---------------------------GK. Zamora----------------------------
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---------CB. Hierro(c)------CB. Santamaría------LB. Camacho-----------
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----------------------------DMF. Pirri----------------------------
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-----------------CMF. Redondo-------------------------------------
------------------------------------AMF. Zidane-------------------
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-------------------------SS. Di Stéfano--------------------------
-------------RWF. Amancio--------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------LWF. Gento---------
----------------------------CF. Puskás---------------------------

Captains: Fernando Hierro | Pirri | Francisco Gento
Short Free Kick: Zinédine Zidane | Fernando Hierro | Ferenc Puskás
Long Free Kick: Fernando Hierro | Ferenc Puskás | Zinédine Zidane
Left Corner: Franciso Gento | Zinédine Zidane | José Antonio Camacho
Right Corner: Amancio | Fernando Redondo | Zinédine Zidane
Penalty: Alfredo Di Stéfano | Fernando Hierro | Zinédine Zidane


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GK ZAMORA
CB SANTAMARIA
SWP/CB HIERRO ©
RB CHENDO
LB CAMACHO
DMF PIRRI
AMF ZIDANE
SS DI STÉFANO
RWF AMANCIO
LWF GENTO
CF PUSKÁS





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Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. Founded in 1902 as Madrid Football Club, has traditionally worn a white home kit since. The word Real is Spanish for royal and was bestowed to the club by King Alfonso XIII in 1920 together with the royal crown in the emblem. The team has played its home matches in the 85,454-capacity Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in downtown Madrid since 1947. Unlike most European football clubs, Real Madrid's members (socios) have owned and operated the club since its inception. The club is the richest football club in terms of annual revenue, generating €513million in 2012 and the second most valuable, worth €1.8billion. It is one of three clubs to have never been relegated from the top flight of Spanish football, along with Athletic Bilbao and Barcelona. Real Madrid holds many long-standing rivalries, most notably El Clásico with FC Barcelona. The club established itself as a major force in both Spanish and European football during the 1950s. Domestically, Real Madrid has won a record 33 La Liga titles, 19 Copas del Rey, 10 Supercopas de España, 1 Copa Eva Duarte and 1 Copa de la Liga. Internationally it has won a record thirteen European Cup/UEFA Champions League titles and a joint record three Intercontinental Cups, as well as three FIFA Club World Cups, two UEFA Cups and one UEFA Super Cup.

Real Madrid s origins go back to when football was introduced to Madrid by the academics and students of the Institución libre de enseñanza, which included several Cambridge and Oxford University graduates. They founded Football Club Sky in 1897, playing on Sunday mornings at Moncloa. It split into two clubs in 1900: New Foot-Ball de Madrid and Club Español de Madrid.[8] On 6 March 1902, after a new Board presided by Juan Padrós had been elected, Madrid Football Club was officially founded. Three years after its foundation, in 1905, Madrid FC won its first title after defeating Athletic Bilbao in the Spanish Cup final. The club became one of the founding sides of the Royal Spanish Football Federation on 4 January 1909, when club president Adolfo Meléndez signed the foundation agreement of the Spanish FA. After moving between grounds the team moved to the Campo de O'Donnell in 1912. In 1920, the club's name was changed to Real Madrid after King Alfonso XIII granted the title of Real (Royal) to the club. The then King of Spain Alfonso XIII. In 1929, the first Spanish football league was founded. Real Madrid led the first league season until the last match, a loss to Athletic Bilbao, meant they finished runners-up to Barcelona. Real Madrid won its first League title in the 1931–32 season. Real won the League again the following year, becoming the first side to have won the championship twice. On 14 April 1931, the arrival of the Second Spanish Republic caused the club to lose the title Real and went back to being named as Madrid Football Club. Football continued during the Second World War, and on 13 June 1943 Madrid beat Barcelona 11–1 in the second leg of a semi-final[13] of the Copa del Generalísimo, the Copa del Rey having been renamed in honour of General Franco. It has been suggested that Barcelona players were intimidated by police, including by the director of state security who "allegedly told the team that some of them were only playing because of the regime's generosity in permitting them to remain in the country." The Barcelona chairman, Enric Piñeyro, was assaulted by Madrid fans.

Santiago Bernabéu Yeste became president of Real Madrid in 1945. Under his presidency, the club, its stadium Santiago Bernabéu and its training facilities Ciudad Deportiva were rebuilt after the Spanish Civil War damages. Beginning in 1953, he embarked upon a strategy of signing world-class players from abroad, the most prominent of them being Alfredo Di Stéfano. In 1955, acting upon the idea proposed by the French sports journalist and editor of L'Équipe Gabriel Hanot, Bernabéu, Bedrignan and Gusztáv Sebes created an exhibition tournament of invited teams from around Europe that would eventually become what today is known as the UEFA Champions League. It was under Bernabéu's guidance that Real Madrid established itself as a major force in both Spanish and European football. The club won the European Cup five times in a row between 1956 and 1960, which included the 7–3 Hampden Park final against Eintracht Frankfurt in 1960. After these five consecutive successes, Real was permanently awarded the original cup and earning the right to wear the UEFA badge of honour.[20] The club won the European Cup for a sixth time in 1966 defeating Partizan Belgrade 2–1 in the final with a team composed entirely of same nationality players, a first in the competition. This team became known as the Yé-yé. The name "Ye-yé" came from the "Yeah, yeah, yeah" chorus in The Beatles' song "She Loves You" after four members of the team posed for Diario Marca dressed in Beatles wigs. The Ye-yé generation was also European Cup runner-up in 1962 and 1964. In the 1970s, Real Madrid won five league championships and three Spanish Cups. The club played its first UEFA Cup Winners' Cup final in 1971 and lost to English side Chelsea 2–1. On 2 July 1978, club president Santiago Bernabéu died while the World Cup was being played in Argentina. The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) decreed three days of mourning to honour him during the tournament. The following year, the club organized the first edition of the Trofeo Santiago Bernabéu in the memory of its former president.

By the early 1980s, Real Madrid had lost its grasp on the La Liga title until a new batch of home-grown stars brought domestic success back to the club. Spanish sport journalist Julio César Iglesias gave to this generation the name La Quinta del Buitre ("Vulture's Cohort"), which was derived from the nickname given to one of its members, Emilio Butragueño. The other four members were Manuel Sanchís, Martín Vázquez, Míchel and Miguel Pardeza. With La Quinta del Buitre (reduced to four members when Pardeza left the club for Zaragoza in 1986) and notable players like goalkeeper Francisco Buyo, right-back Miguel Porlán Chendo and Mexican striker Hugo Sánchez, Real Madrid had one of the best teams in Spain and Europe during the second half of the 1980s, winning two UEFA Cups, five Spanish championships in a row, one Spanish cup and three Spanish Super Cups. In the early 1990s, La Quinta del Buitre split up after Martín Vázquez, Emilio Butragueño and Míchel left the club. In 1996, President Lorenzo Sanz appointed Fabio Capello as coach. Although his tenure lasted only one season, Real Madrid was proclaimed league champion and players like Roberto Carlos, Predrag Mijatović, Davor Šuker and Clarence Seedorf arrived at the club to strengthen a squad that already boasted the likes of Raúl, Fernando Hierro, Iván Zamorano, and Fernando Redondo. As a result, Real Madrid (with the addition of Fernando Morientes in 1997) finally ended its 32-year wait for its seventh European Cup. In 1998, under manager Jupp Heynckes, The Whites defeated Juventus 1–0 in the final thanks to a goal from Predrag Mijatović.

In July 2000, Florentino Pérez was elected club president. He vowed in his campaign to erase the club's 270 million euro debt and modernize the club's facilities. However, the primary electoral promise that propelled Pérez to victory was the signing of Luís Figo. The following year, the club got its training ground rezoned and used the money to begin assembling the famous Galáctico side including players such as Zinédine Zidane, Ronaldo, Luís Figo, Roberto Carlos, Raúl, Fabio Cannavaro and David Beckham. It is debatable whether the gamble paid off, as despite a UEFA Champions League and an Intercontinental Cup (football) win in 2002, followed by the League in 2003, the club failed to win a major trophy for the next three seasons. In the summer of 2003, just after capturing another La Liga title, Florentino Pérez and the board of directors refused to renew the contract of coach Vicente del Bosque and after an internal dispute forced captain Fernando Hierro to leave the club. They also ignored Claude Makélélé's request of a new contract with a better salary, in return, Makélélé asked for a transfer request, and was transferred to Chelsea. The few days after the capturing of the league title were surrounded with controversy. The first controversial decision came when Perez sacked winning coach Vicente del Bosque, after Real's sporting director claimed that del Bosque was not the right man for the job; they wanted someone young to shake up the team. The bad atmosphere continued when the Real legend and captain Fernando Hierro left the club after a disagreement with the management, as did Steve McManaman.[citation needed] However, the club toured Asia in pre-season and introduced newly signed David Beckham. Perez and his directors refused to renew Claude Makélélé's contract with a better salary, upsetting Makelele who asked for a transfer, eventually moving to Chelsea F.C..[citation needed] In the final days of the transfer window, Fernando Morientes left the club on loan to Monaco.[citation needed] Real Madrid, with newly appointed coach Carlos Queiroz, started their domestic league slowly after a hard win over Real Betis. The 2005-06 season began with the promise of several new signings — Julio Baptista (€20 Million), Robinho (€30 Million) and Sergio Ramos (€30 Million - Release Clause) —[citation needed] but the Brazilian coach was not able to find the right formula on the pitch as Real Madrid's poor form continued, with the team hitting rock bottom after a humiliating 0–3 loss at the hands of F.C. Barcelona in the Santiago Bernabéu.[citation needed] Luxemburgo would eventually resign and his replacement was Juan Ramón López Caro, formally the manager of Real Madrid Castilla.[citation needed] A brief return to form came to an abrupt halt after losing the first leg of the Copa del Rey quarterfinal, 6–1 to Real Zaragoza.[citation needed] Shortly after, Real Madrid were eliminated from the Champions League for a fourth successive year, this time at the hands of Arsenal. On 27 February 2006, Florentino Pérez resigned.

Ramón Calderón was elected as club president on 2 July 2006 and subsequently appointed Fabio Capello as the new coach and Predrag Mijatović as the new sporting director. Real Madrid won the La Liga title in 2007 for the first time in four years but Capello was sacked. On 9 June 2007, Real played against Zaragoza at La Romareda. The match got off to a bad start when Real Madrid were forced to change their lineup some minutes before the start of the match when young defender Miguel Torres tore his hamstring during warm-up. Zaragoza led Real 2-1 near the end of the match while Barcelona were also winning against Espanyol 2-1. Real's title challenge looked to be over. However, a late Ruud van Nistelrooy equalizer followed by a last minute Raúl Tamudo goal sprang Real Madrid's title hopes back into their favour. Sevilla were also held 0-0 away against Mallorca, which meant that a win at home against Mallorca would effectively secure Los Merengues their 30th Spanish league title. The title was won on 17 June, Real faced Mallorca at the Bernabéu, while Barcelona and Sevilla, the other title challengers, faced Gimnàstic de Tarragona and Villarreal respectively. At half time Real were 0-1 down, while Barcelona had surged ahead into a 0-3 lead in Tarragona; however, three goals in the last half-an-hour secured Real Madrid a 3-1 win and their first league title since 2003. The first goal came from Reyes who scored after a good work from Higuaín. An own goal followed by another delightful goal from Reyes allowed Real to begin celebrating the title. Thousands of Real Madrid fans began going to Plaza de Cibeles to celebrate the title.

On 1 June 2009, Florentino Pérez regained Real Madrid's presidency. Pérez continued with the Galácticos policy pursued in his first term, buying Kaká from Milan, and then purchasing Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United for a record breaking £80 million. José Mourinho took over as manager in May 2010. In April 2011, a strange occurrence happened, for the first time ever, four Clásicos were to be played in a span of eighteen days. The first fixture was for the Liga campaign on 17 April (which ended 1-1 with penalty goals for both sides), the Copa del Rey final (which ended 1–0 to Madrid), and the controversial two-legged Champions League semifinal on 27 April and 2 May (3–1 loss on aggregate) to Barcelona. The first Clasico saw Cristiano Ronaldo get his first goal against Barcelona due to a penalty given to Madrid after a foul to Marcelo. The Copa del Rey final gave Real Madrid its first title under Mourinho with a header from Cristiano Ronaldo in extra time. The Champions League semifinal was perhaps the most controversial of the four, with the expulsion of Pepe in the first leg at the Santiago Bernabéu, after an alleged "dangerous challenge" to Barcelona defender Daniel Alves. Alves was carried out in a stretcher "unable to walk", but after Pepe was shown red, Alves came running back into the field within seconds. After Pepe's sending off, coach José Mourinho was also sent off, receiving a fine and a five-match ban. This same match was also controversial in that Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets being captured on video saying what seemed like a supposed racial slur to Madrid left-back Marcelo. The second leg was not as controversial as the first, with perhaps the exception of an annulled goal to Gonzalo Higuaín, after Cristiano Ronaldo was deemed to have fouled Javier Mascherano as a result of a foul to Ronaldo by Gerard Piqué. In the 2011–12 La Liga season, Real Madrid won the league, a record 32nd time in La Liga history and finished the season with a number of records including 100 points in a single season, a record 121 goals scored & goal difference of +89, and a record 16 away wins and 32 overall wins.[39] In the same season, Cristiano Ronaldo become the fastest player to reach 100 goals in Spanish league history. In reaching 101 goals in 92 games, Ronaldo surpassed Real Madrid legend Ferenc Puskás, who scored 100 goals in 105 games. Ronaldo set a new club mark for individual goals scored in one year (60), and became the first player ever to score against all 19 opposition teams in a single season.


Sun Mar 10, 2013 2:59 pm
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If Real Madrid manage to win La Liga, Champions & Copa Del Rey with Cristiano Ronaldo as a Main star, maybe we could think to add him to 1rst team, but the problem is... who will the one who will be changed for him....


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Added him instead of Kopa...

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Added him instead of Kopa...

I'm very surprised to read this.


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me too, but if we are logic, is the normal change...


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Well Kopa didn't have particularly great time in Madrid, isolated on the right wing position where he couldn't display all his qualities..

So I don't see any other player who should make space for a player who is bacoming one of the best scorers in Real's history. Yes all his goals are scored against crap amateurs, but the same goes for Messi and since he's in the first team of Barca, there's no reason Ronaldo shouldn't be in the first team here...


Therefore I find replacing Kopa more acceptable than Raul or Zidane...

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Shouldn't Amancio be in first XI instead of Sanchez?


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Amancio was SMF, and didn't play as CF too much

I could say Raúl better than him, but Hugo Sanchez was a monster who shouldn't go out from the first XI


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I know that Amancio was SMF and my suggestion would be to move Puskas back to the position of the CF and Amancio as RWF, not to add Amancio as CF..


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gurkenjoe93 wrote:
I know that Amancio was SMF and my suggestion would be to move Puskas back to the position of the CF and Amancio as RWF, not to add Amancio as CF..


I share that


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gurkenjoe93 wrote:
I know that Amancio was SMF and my suggestion would be to move Puskas back to the position of the CF and Amancio as RWF, not to add Amancio as CF..

No other thoughts regarding this suggestion?
Btw, I'd also suggest to put Zarraga in best XI instead of Redondo. I see no reason why a player who played his whole professional career for Real and who was a starter in all 5 EC finals from 1956-1960 (even captain in 1959 & 1960) should be benched while Redondo is in best XI. That's as strange as Sanchez instead of Amancio in best XI..


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+1 for Zarraga... But I have my doubts for Amancio yet


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What about Marcelo and Benzema to Reserves?


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Agree with Benz and Marcelo, even of some of theirs actions are against "the image" of the club :mrgreen:

Xabi Alonso instead of Bonet, as far as i read, he didn't do anything for the club, aside from from 2-3 full seasons with the club, without any silverware (of course not a 100% fault of his own because of the following war that destroyed the club :s ), and Xabi Alonso, we all know what Xabi Alonso had done for the club


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Added Marcelo, Xabi Alonso and Benz to reserves..

Stielike moved to defenders, he was more a sweper in Real.


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