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Atletico Madrid


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Current squad 2006/07

The numbers are established according to the official and

As of February 1, 2006
No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Cuellar
2 Spain DF Velasco
3 Spain DF Antonio López
7 Argentina MF Galletti
8 Argentina MF Ibagaza
9 Spain FW Fernando Torres (c)
10 Serbia FW Mateja Kežman
11 Argentina FW Maxi Rodríguez
15 Spain DF Molinero
17 Bulgaria FW Martin Petrov
18 Spain DF Valera
20 Spain MF Gabi
21 Colombia DF Perea
22 Spain DF Pablo
23 France MF Luccin
25 Argentina GK Leo Franco
30 Spain GK Falcón

No. Position Player
31 Spain MF Mario
33 Spain GK Roberto
37 Spain MF Marques
38 Spain FW Vara
TBD Spain DF Pernía
TBD Argentina FW Agüero
TBD Netherlands MF Musampa
TBD Portugal MF Costinha
TBD Greece DF Seitaridis
TBD Portugal DF Zé Castro
TBD Spain MF Miguel
TBD Spain FW Braulio
TBD Spain MF Raúl Medina
TBD Spain FW Toché
TBD Spain DF Gª Calvo
TBD Spain FW Mista

Squad changes during 2006/07 season


* Argentina Agüero - Signed From Independiente
* Argentina Spain Pernía - Signed From Getafe CF
* Netherlands European Union Musampa - Return From Manchester City F.C.
* Portugal European Union Costinha - Signed From FC Dynamo Moscow
* Greece European Union Seitaridis - Signed From FC Dynamo Moscow
* Portugal European Union Zé Castro - Signed From Academica de Coimbra
* Uruguay Sosa - Return From CA Osasuna
* Spain Miguel - Signed From Hércules CF
* Spain Braulio - Return From RCD Mallorca
* Spain Raul Medina - Return From Ciudad de Murcia
* Spain Toché - Return From Hércules CF
* Spain Mista - Signed From Valencia CF


* Argentina Spain Pinola - On Loan To 1. FC Nürnberg
* Spain Manu Del Moral - On Loan To Getafe CF
* Romania Spain Contra - Transferred To Getafe CF
* Spain Ortiz - On Loan To Polideportivo Ejido
* Spain Colsa - Transferred To Racing de Santander
* Spain Jorge Larena - Transferred To Celta de Vigo
* Spain Zahinos - Transferred To Real Valladolid
* Spain Rufino - On Loan To Albacete B
* Uruguay Sosa - On Loan To River Plate

Statistics 2005/06
La Liga Position Pts P W D L F A
Atletico de Madrid 10 52 38 13 13 13 45 37

* Top Scorers:
o Fernando Torres - 13 goals
o Maxi Rodríguez - 10 goals
o Kežman - 8 goals
* Top Goalkeepers
o Leo Franco- 31 goals In 34 Matchs
o Falcon - 4 goals In 5 Matchs

Stadium Information

* Name - Vicente Calderón
* City - Madrid
* Capacity - 54,851
* Inauguration - 1966
* Pitch size - 105 x 70 mts.
* Other Facilities: - Ciudad Deportiva de Majadahonda (Sports Academy)
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if they can pull it together and play well with these new guys they got top four champions league spot written all over them


Why is everyone so hyped up? That's two players which doesn't resolve any defensive issues and Perea is still supposed to be leaving - though he might not be. They'll need to do much more than that to secure a top five finish, but granted it is a good start if both transfers are confirmed.

EDIT: I'm pretty sure both have been confirmed.


The Next Big Thing
athletico madrid so fucking lucky if they get him. lets hope they dont flop again


The World Is Yours
I was hoping Rosicky would be playing at the Emirates Stadium next season, but I have a soft spot for Atletico Madrid (second favourite Spanish team, behind Sevilla) so I hope he does well there. It's a shame it looks like he won't be playing alongside El Nino.


Rosicky & Aguero both good players...Ive always liked atletico although they do under achieve...* Pablo and Perea *


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Rosicky is a class player. Its a shame that Wenger didn't try and get him. I'm sure we would've got the player if Wenger made a bid - Rosicky stated that he would love to join Arsenal (when we showed some interest in him).

Joel Rojo

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Osasuna's now ex manager Javier Aguirre is supposedly being presented as Atlético's manager this wednesday. I have faith in this man, and I think this should be great for the colchoneros... Then again, so I thought about Bianchi.


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Just signed Mista i do believe, another decent piece of business on their part. La Liga is going to be fantastic this season and i can see Athletico being the team to watch.


I have something to say on this matter but don't want to elaborate in case what I'm hearing doesn't come to pass and it becomes pointless. Using this post as a reference in case it does become relevant ;)

The way things are now, they've made some good signings but they also made good ones last season and it didn't work very well. Hold more hope for them this season and also for Zaragoza as Top Gun says.