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Profile of the Spanish footballer Roberto Soldado, who currently plays as a forward at Tottenham. The 29-year old player Soldado joined Tottenham from Valencia and wears the number 9 shirt.

Roberto Soldado
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        (Squad number 9)

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Roberto Soldado Career
2002–2006Real Madrid B120(64)
2006–2008Real Madrid16(2)
2006–2007Osasuna (loan)30(11)
2008–2010Getafe60(29)
2010–2013Valencia101(59)
2013–Tottenham Hotspur45(7)

2001Spain U152(0)
2001–2003Spain U1718(12)
2003Spain U183(3)
2002–2004Spain U199(5)
2004–2007Spain U219(6)
2007–Spain12(7)

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“Roberto Soldado's embarrassing mistake was the "key" moment in Tottenham's Europa League exit, but Mauricio Pochettino had no regrets about playing the misfiring striker ahead of Harry Kane.”
 Enfield Independent  Yesterday
“Except for Tottenham Hotspur fans. But it’s Chelsea’s day from which nothing of any importance occurs. 89 min: Soldado slides a lovely cross into the area, but Ivanovic turns it behind before a Spurs player can reach the ball for a tap-in.”
 theguardian.com  Yesterday
“NABIL BENTALEB admits Roberto Soldado and the rest of Tottenham's Europa League flops do not have time to mope. Spurs paid the price for Soldado’s howler and big mistakes from Federico Fazio and Jan Vertonghen by crashing out of Europe to Fiorentina.”
 Daily Star  2 days ago
“Needed to provide a spark for Tottenham from the bench but couldn't provide one. Roberto Soldado - was only on the pitch for ten minutes and didn't really have enough time to make an impact.”
 Here Is The City  Yesterday
“Roberto Soldado's season, and Tottenham career, could be summed up by his terrible missed opportunity against Fiorentina last night. If the striker had converted the two-on-one chance his side had, the tie would have been there for the taking.”
 Here Is The City  3 days ago
“Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted Roberto Soldado's first-half miss during the Europe League 2-0 defeat against Fiorentina on Thursday 26 February a was a "key" moment in the game, and said the team and the Spaniard himself are”
 International Business Times  3 days ago
“Tottenham tried to remain upbeat His opposing number, Pochettino, sent on Mousa Dembele, Erik Lamela and Roberto Soldado but they could not breach the thick blue line of Mourinho’s defence.”
 Daily Telegraph  Yesterday
“Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino admits that Roberto Soldado’s glaring first half miss cost them dearly against Fiorentina last night.”
 Inside Futbol  3 days ago
Roberto Soldado Career Honours
  • Real Madrid: La Liga: 2007–08
  • Real Madrid: Supercopa de Espana: Runner-up 2007
  • Tottenham: Football League Cup: Runner-up 2014–15
  • Spain: FIFA Confederations Cup: Runner-up 2013
  • Spain U19: UEFA European Under-19 Championship: 2004
  • Zarra Trophy (Segunda Division): 2005–06
  • Zarra Trophy (La Liga): 2011–12

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    Goalkeepers
    Brad Friedel Hugo Lloris
    Michel Vorm
    Defenders
    Kyle Naughton Benoit Assou-Ekotto
    Kyle Walker Ben Davies
    Danny Rose Eric Dier
    Younes Kaboul Federico Fazio
    Vlad Chiriches Jan Vertonghen
    Midfielders
    Erik Lamela Andros Townsend
    Aaron Lennon Nacer Chadli
    Christian Eriksen Nabil Bentaleb
    Ryan Mason Moussa Dembele
    Paulinho Benjamin Stambouli
    Etienne Capoue
    Forwards
    Emmanuel Adebayor Roberto Soldado
    Harry Kane
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