Profile of the Brazilian footballer Diego, who currently plays as a midfielder at Fenerbahce. The 29-year old player Diego joined Fenerbahce from Atletico Madrid and wears the number 10 shirt.
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Diego : Fenerbahce News
“Former Liverpool midfielder Dirk Kuyt helped his Fenerbahce side remain top of the Turkish Super opened the scoring with a fine placed effort from 22-yards after team-mate Diego tucked the ball back to him on the edge of the area.”
“Fenerbahce are reportedly eager to sign Sporting Lisbon winger Diego Capel. The Turkish outfit are eager to bolster their wide options and recently saw a move for Eskisehirspor's Erkan Zengin fall through.”
13 days ago
“Diego Godin, Miranda and Filipe Luis were all ignored when Atletico, meanwhile, just scraped into the top 20 with €120m (£92.8m) – less than the likes of Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Hamburg.”
12 days ago
“Low beat Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti and Atletico boss Diego Simeone to scoop the award having guided Germany to their fourth World Cup victory during last summer's tournament in Brazil.”
14 days ago
“Fenerbahce was a team that was on point as they defended, possessed and attacked as an entire team in their 4-2-3-1 setup. Dirk Kuyt hit a brace while Diego Ribas showed why he wears the No. 10 with his two assists in the team’s 3-0 victory at Kasimpasa.”
“Visitors Fenerbahce took the lead in the 15th minute at Recep Tayyip Erdogan Stadium, when Dutch forward Dirk Kuyt fired outside the box and hit the target, with Brazilian midfielder Diego making the assist.”
2 days ago
“On Thursday, Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid extended their unbeaten run over Real Madrid to five games this season.”
10 days ago
“Diego Godin, Miranda and Filipe Luis were all ignored when Atletico, meanwhile, just scraped into the top 20 with €120 million – less than the likes of Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Hamburg.”
12 days ago
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