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Profile of the Spanish footballer Ruben Castro, who currently plays as a forward at Real Betis. The 34-year old player Castro joined Betis from Deportivo La Coruna and wears the number 24 shirt.

Ruben Castro
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        (Squad number 24)

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Ruben Castro Career
2000–2001Las Palmas B
2001–2004Las Palmas112(36)
2004–2010Deportivo La Coruna31(4)
2004–2005Albacete (loan)22(3)
2006Racing Santander (loan)1(0)
2007Gimnastic (loan)20(4)
2008–2009Huesca (loan)41(14)
2009–2010Rayo Vallecano (loan)42(14)

2002–2003Spain U217(6)

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Ruben Castro : Real Betis News
“Real Sociedad and Marseille respectively. Betis was hammered 5-0 at home the last time the two sides met and will likely be in for another difficult evening in its second game back in the top tier.”
 SBS The World Game 4 days ago
“Pepe Mel's side needed late a goal from Ruben Castro to secure a 1-1 draw with Villarreal in their first match back in Liga.”
 Four Four Two 4 days ago
“They netted 73 times in the league, led by Ruben Castro who scored 32 times. Recent history suggests that Real Betis have a good chance of avoiding the drop, with few teams being relegated after just one season in the top flight.”
 Sports Mole 4 days ago
“Betis opened with a 1-1 draw at Villarreal thanks to an equalizer by striker Ruben Castro near the end of the game at the Benito Villamarin Stadium.”
 brandonsun.com 4 days ago
“Also read: Benitez unconcerned by misfiring Real Madrid attack Betis opened with a 1-1 draw at Villarreal thanks to an equalizer by striker Ruben Castro near the end of the game at the Benito Villamarin Stadium.”
 News24 4 days ago
“Even if Piccini and others can supply the bullets for Real Betis, they need some mobile front men to fire them.”
 GIVEMESPORT 5 days ago
“Rayo Vallecano are reportedly closing on a move for Real Betis attacker Alvaro Vadillo. When the now 20-year-old broke into the Betis first team in 2011, a whole host of top-level European clubs were monitoring the Spaniard's development.”
 Sports Mole 6 days ago
“E20m), Foued Kadir (Real Betis, Spa, E0.6m), Jeremy Morel (Lyon, free), Dimitri Payet (West Ham United, Eng, E10m), Florian Thauvin (Newcastle United, Eng, E19m) In: Fares Bahlouli (Lyon, E3.”
 World Soccer 6 days ago
“Sunday closed with Real Betis’ delightful return to the ranks of the Spanish elite with a 1-1 draw against Villarreal. Roberto Soldado’s goal in the first half was equalized by Ruben Castro to set up the draw.”
 Latin American Herald Tribune 7 days ago
“Salva Ruiz 56 Eibar 3 Adrian Gonzalez 22, Gonzalo Escalante 35, Arruabarrena 67 Halftime: 0-2; Attendance: 14,795 Sunday, August 23 Real Betis 1 Ruben Castro 87 Villarreal 1 Roberto Soldado 32 Red Card: Bruno Soriano 90+2”
 Yahoo News 7 days ago
Ruben Castro Career Honours
  • Betis: Segunda Division: 2010–11, 2014–15
  • Pichichi Trophy (Segunda Division): 2003–04, 2014–15
  • Betis Record Goalscorer

    Source: wikipedia.org

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