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Profile of the Spanish footballer Javi Martinez, who currently plays as a defender at Bayern Munich. The 27-year old player Martinez joined Bayern from and wears the number 8 shirt.

Javi Martinez
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        (Squad number 8)

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Javi Martinez Career
2005–2006Osasuna B32(3)
2006–2012Athletic Bilbao201(22)
2012–Bayern Munich46(3)

2005Spain U175(0)
2006–2007Spain U195(0)
2007–2011Spain U2124(1)
2012Spain U234(1)

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Javi Martinez : Bayern Munich News
“Bayern Munich's 2015-16 campaign has come to an end So in 2013, he brought his protege, Thiago Alcantara, to join Javi Martinez as Bayern's second Spaniard.”
 Bleacher Report Today
“The 2015-16 season brought two big surprises at Bayern Munich, the emergence of youngsters Joshua Kimmich and filled in admirably in defense as towering figures like Jerome Boateng, Javi Martinez, Medhi and Holger Badstuber recovered from injuries.”
 Bleacher Report Yesterday
“Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has achieved much during his Arjen Robben and Holger Badstuber are missing for Bayern, but Xabi Alonso has overcome a rib injury and Javi Martinez is back from an ankle problem.”
 bilbaoya.com 2 days ago
“However, Manuel Neuer has shown over the course of his Bayern Munich career that, "It's not the number of saves you make. It's the quality saves you make.”
 bavarianfootballworks.com 2 days ago
“"Bayern have had legends such as Franz Beckenbauer Holger Badstuber and Arjen Robben will both the miss the game because of injuries, but Javi Martinez and Xabi Alonso are expected to start against Dortmund having recovered from minor injuries of”
 PasionSport 2 days ago
“Guardiola, wearing a white t-shirt with "Double" across the chest, partied with the Bayern squad and their fans in Munich's Marienplatz on Sunday and Bayern breathed a sigh of relief.”
 periodismotransversal.com 2 days ago
“Guardiola will coach Manchester City next season, but the Spaniard, so often accused of being too emotionless during his time in Munich, broke down in tears as Bayern celebrated.”
 periodismotransversal.com 2 days ago
“Bayern Munich tops the all-time list with 17 German Cup titles Bayern's veteran Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso and Javi Martinez, who missed the last Bundesliga match due to injury, travelled with the team to Berlin on Thursday.”
 iNews Today 3 days ago
“Dortmund want to re-sign the forward themselves - three years after selling him to Munich. It was Bayern's 18th Cup victory but he can otherwise count on Javi Martinez and Xabi Alonso, who have both missed training sessions this week.”
 Tri-County Sun Times 3 days ago
“Bayern Munich's coach Pep Guardiola celebrateswith the trophy after winning the German Cup final.”
 youngherald.com 4 days ago
Javi Martinez Career Honours
  • Athletic Bilbao: UEFA Europa League: Runner-up 2011–12
  • Athletic Bilbao: Copa del Rey: Runner-up 2008–09, 2011–12
  • Athletic Bilbao: Supercopa de Espana: Runner-up 2009
  • Bayern Munich: Bundesliga: 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Bayern Munich: DFB-Pokal: 2012–13, 2013–14
  • Bayern Munich: UEFA Champions League: 2012–13
  • Bayern Munich: UEFA Super Cup: 2013
  • Bayern Munich: FIFA Club World Cup: 2013
  • Bayern Munich: DFL-Supercup: Runner-up 2014
  • Spain: FIFA World Cup: 2010
  • Spain: UEFA European Championship: 2012
  • Spain: FIFA Confederations Cup: Runner-up 2013
  • Spain U21: UEFA European Under-21 Championship: 2011
  • Spain U19: UEFA European Under-19 Championship: 2007
  • La Liga Breakthrough Player of the Year: 2010
  • 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship Team of the Tournament

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Ivan Lucic Tom Starke
    Manuel Neuer Sven Ulreich
    Rafinha Philipp Lahm
    Juan Bernat David Alaba
    Holger Badstuber Serdar Tasci
    Medhi Benatia Javi Martinez
    Jerome Boateng
    Kingsley Coman Julian Green
    Douglas Costa Franck Ribery
    Mario Gotze Thiago
    Arturo Vidal Xabi Alonso
    Sebastian Rode Arjen Robben
    Joshua Kimmich
    Milos Pantovic Robert Lewandowski
    Thomas Muller