Titel: El Nacional
El Nacional footballers, El Nacional managers, Antonio Valencia, Christian Benítez, Agustín Delgado, Édison Méndez, Iván Kaviedes, Eduardo Hurtado, Club Deportivo El Nacional, Segundo Castillo, Walter Ayoví, Michael Quiñónez.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 28 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 25. Chapters: El Nacional footballers, El Nacional managers, Antonio Valencia, Christian Benítez, Agustín Delgado, Édison Méndez, Iván Kaviedes, Eduardo Hurtado, Club Deportivo El Nacional, Segundo Castillo, Walter Ayoví, Michael Quiñónez, Ever Hugo Almeida, Rorys Aragón, Félix Borja, Cristian Mora, Ángel Fernández, Jorge Guagua, Christian Lara, Carlos Sevilla, Walter Calderón, Oscar Malbernat, Marlon de Jesús, Ebelio Ordóñez, Wellington Sánchez, Cléber Chalá, Roberto Miña, Manuel Keosseian, Robert Burbano, Luis Checa, Omar de Jesús, Mario Saralegui, Renán Calle, Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa, Juan Carlos Burbano, Marwin Pita, Javier Chila, Carlos Grueso, Juan Triviño, Luis Macias, Augusto Porozo, Oswaldo Ibarra, Juan Kely Guerrón, Juan Carlos Garay, Otilino Tenorio, William Araujo, Dannes Coronel, Gustavo Figueroa, José Gavica, Juan Aguinaga, Hidrobo Rosero, Fricson George, Diego Herrera, Héctor Ferri, Luis Moreira, Carlos Ramón Hidalgo, Jairon Zamora, Erik de Jesús, Edison Maldonado, Danny Vera, Alex Cevallos, Edson Montaño, Fabricio Guevara, José Madrid, Geovanny Caicedo, Bolívar Gómez, Carlos Ernesto Castro, Franklin Anangonó, Juan Luis Anangonó, Marco Constante, Félix Lasso, Jhon Minda, José Villafuerte, Juan Carlos Anangonó, Armando Paredes. Excerpt: Luis Antonio Valencia Mosquera (born 4 August 1985), commonly known as Antonio Valencia, is an Ecuadorian footballer who currently plays as a winger for Manchester United and the Ecuadorian national team. After progressing through the youth system at El Nacional, Valencia became a first team regular and made over 80 appearances for the club before signing for La Liga side Villarreal in 2005. He only made two league appearances for the Spanish side in between successful loan spells at Recreativo for the 2005-06 season and later English Premier League club Wigan Athletic from 2006 to 2008. Wigan later signed Valencia on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee in January 2008. His performances for Wigan soon attracted attention from several high profile clubs and he turned down a move to Real Madrid before signing for Manchester United in June 2009, as a replacement for the departed Cristiano Ronaldo. Valencia has since won the 2009-10 Football League Cup and the 2010 FA Community Shield during his time at Manchester United along with being voted into PFA Team of the Year in his debut season. Valencia made his Ecuador debut in 2005 and scored two goals in the process. He represented his country at the 2006 FIFA World Cup and the 2007 Copa América. Since making his debut Valencia has won 44 caps and scored 6 goals for his country. Antonio was born on 4 August 1985 in Nueva Loja, also known as Lago Agrio, Ecuador, which is located in the Amazonian forest. Valencia helped his mother sell drinks outside the stadium of his local club at Lago Agrio and would then search for empty bottles for his father to sell to a bottle-deposit in the capital, Quito. Valencia used to play barefoot on the pitch next to the bungalow he shared with his parents, five brothers and sister. When Valencia was aged 11, scout Pedro 'Papi' Perlaza spotted him playing on a dusty field near his home, and signed him to the local FA-run sports academy in Sucumbíos. At the age of 16, Valencia didn't tell