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Profile of the Spanish footballer Antonio Barragan, who currently plays as a defender at Valencia. The 28-year old player Barragan joined Valencia from Real Valladolid and wears the number 19 shirt.

Antonio Barragan
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        (Squad number 19)

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Antonio Barragan Career
2005–2006Liverpool0(0)
2006–2009Deportivo La Coruna26(2)
2009–2011Valladolid40(0)
2011–Valencia86(1)

2005Spain U174(0)
2005–2006Spain U1911(0)
2007Spain U205(0)
2007Spain U211(0)

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Antonio Barragan : Valencia News
“Hosts Valencia were reduced to 10 men late on as defender Antonio Barragan was sent off after receiving two yellow cards. Negredo was set up by Rodrigo De Paul with 20 minutes gone but the former Sevilla and Manchester City man shot narrowly wide.”
 World Soccer Talk 3 days ago
“Hosts Valencia were reduced to 10 men late on as defender Antonio Barragan was sent off after receiving two yellow cards.”
 espnfc.com 3 days ago
“Host Valencia was reduced to 10 men late on as defender Antonio Barragan was sent off after receiving two yellow cards. Negredo was set up by Rodrigo De Paul with 20 minutes gone but the former Sevilla and Manchester City man shot narrowly wide.”
 SBS The World Game 3 days ago
“Ten-man Valencia were held to a 1-1 draw with Deportivo La Coruna All of their momentum was stifled in the final six minutes when Antonio Barragan picked up a second yellow card as the points were ultimately shared.”
 Sports Mole 4 days ago
“Valencia’s current crop of players such as club captain Daniel Parejo, Sofiane Feghouli, Paco Alcacer, Jose Gaya, Pablo Piatti and Antonio Barragan have been instrumental in the club’s recent resurgence.”
 The Hard Tackle 5 days ago
“Spain became the first nation to have five teams in the Champions League group stage in a single season after Valencia squeezed past Monaco 4-3 on aggregate in the playoff round despite a 2-1 defeat at the French side on Tuesday.”
 Reuters 9 days ago
“Spain became the first nation to have five teams in the Champions League group stage in a single season after Valencia squeezed past Monaco 4-3 on aggregate in the play-off round despite a 2-1 defeat at the French side on Tuesday.”
 Yahoo! Eurosport 9 days ago
“Assisted by Nabil Dirar. Monaco Goal Goal! Monaco 2, Valencia CF 1. Elderson Echiéjilé (Monaco) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Guido Carrillo following a set piece situation. Attempt blocked.”
 YAHOO 9 days ago
“Valencia negotiated safe passage into the Champions League group stage with a 4-3 aggregate win over Monaco.”
 Football Espana 9 days ago
“AS Monaco: Subasic; Fabio, Kurzawa, Carvalho, Dirar; Bernardo Silva, Pasalic, Raggi, Toulalan, Cavaleiro; Martial Valencia: Ryan; Gaya, Ruben Vezo, Mustafi, Barragan; Rodrigo, Parejo, Fuego, Perez, Feghouli; Negredo Follow Sports Mole's live text coverage”
 Sports Mole 9 days ago
Antonio Barragan Career Honours
  • Spain U19: UEFA European Under-19 Championship: 2006

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    Goalkeepers
    Yoel Rodriguez Mathew Ryan
    Diego Alves
    Defenders
    Antonio Barragan Joao Cancelo
    Lucas Orban Jose Luis Gaya
    Aderlan Santos Aymen Abdennour
    Shkodran Mustafi Ruben Vezo
    Midfielders
    Zakaria Bakkali Santi Mina
    Rodrigo Sofiane Feghouli
    Rodrigo de Paul Pablo Piatti
    Andre Gomes Dani Parejo
    Enzo Perez Danilo
    Javi Fuego
    Forwards
    Alvaro Negredo Paco Alcacer
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