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Profile of the Dutch footballer Rafael van der Vaart, who currently plays as a midfielder at HSV. The 31-year old player Vaart joined Hamburg from Tottenham and wears the number 23 shirt.

Rafael van der Vaart
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        (Squad number 23)

Netherlands Netherlands

Rafael van der Vaart Career
2005–2008Hamburger SV74(30)
2008–2010Real Madrid58(11)
2010–2012Tottenham Hotspur63(24)
2012–2015Hamburger SV78(16)
2015–Real Betis0(0)

1998–1999Netherlands U1713(5)
1999–2000Netherlands U198(2)
2000–2001Netherlands U214(2)

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Rafael van der Vaart : HSV News
“It has been known for a while that HSV has a lot of debts, which are allegedly about €100m. Especially Westermann, Jansen and van der Vaart were expensive players and made it difficult for HSV to start saving money and pay off these debts.”
 VAVEL  13 days ago
“Former Tottenham star Rafael van der Vaart has returned to Spanish football after signing for Real Betis on a three-year deal.”
 Sky Sports  22 days ago
“Having narrowly escaped relegation from the German Bundesliga with Hamburg, Rafael van der Vaart was unveiled by Real Betis on Tuesday (16th June), marking the Dutch midfielder's second spell in Spain's La Liga.”
 YAHOOSports  21 days ago
“Rafael van der Vaart has signed a three-year contract with Real Betis after deciding to move on from Hamburg. The Dutchman, capped 109 times by his country, left Hamburg after a disappointing season in the Bundesliga and will now try his luck in La Liga.”
 MSN  22 days ago
“The 23-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the recently-promoted La Liga side, who were crowned champions of the Segunda División last season, becoming their third summer signing after Petros and Rafael van der Vaart.”
 kingfut.com  Today
“The all-purple kit with white trim, leaked by website Footy Headlines, is remarkably similar to the away kit worn during the 2011/12 season, when a thrilling side including Rafael van der Vaart, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale carried Spurs to a fourth-placed”
 London Evening Standard  Yesterday
“Dani Ceballos is another to watch if he gets game time—he was a first choice last year, but signings such as Rafael van der Vaart may impact on his immediate future.”
 Bleacher Report  Today
“Westermann joined the club from Schalke 04 and had a spell as captain until being replaced by Rafael van der Vaart in 2013. "In August 2010 he played his first game for Hamburg.”
 Daily Mail  11 days ago
Rafael van der Vaart Career Honours
  • AFC Ajax: Eredivisie: 2001–02, 2003–04
  • AFC Ajax: KNVB Cup: 2001–02
  • AFC Ajax: Johan Cruijff-schaal: 2002
  • Hamburger SV: UEFA Intertoto Cup: 2005, 2007
  • Real Madrid CF: Supercopa de Espana: 2008
  • Netherlands: FIFA World Cup Runner-up: 2010
  • AFC Ajax Talent of the Future: 1999
  • AFC Ajax Talent of the Year: 2000
  • AFC Ajax Player of the Year: 2001
  • Amsterdam Talent of the Year: 2000
  • Amsterdam Sportsman of the year: 2001
  • Amsterdam Tournament Most Valuable Player: 2001
  • Johan Cruijff Award: 2001
  • European Talent of the Year: 2002
  • Golden Boy Award: 2003
  • Ballon d'Or: 2008 – nominated (top 30)
  • Premier League Player of the Month: October 2010

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Alexander Brunst Rene Adler
    Jaroslav Drobny
    Ashton Gotz Dennis Diekmeier
    Matthias Ostrzolek Marcell Jansen
    Gideon Jung Slobodan Rajkovic
    Cleber Reis Heiko Westermann
    Johan Djourou
    Philipp Muller Valmir Nafiu
    Maximilian Beister Julian Green
    Nicolai Muller Mohamed Gouaida
    Ivo Ilicevic Zoltan Stieber
    Rafael van der Vaart Lewis Holtby
    Petr Jiracek Tolcay Cigerci
    Tolgay Arslan Matti Steinmann
    Gojko Kacar Valon Behrami
    Artjoms Rudnevs Pierre-Michel Lasogga
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