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Profile of the Spanish footballer Xabi Alonso, who currently plays as a midfielder at Bayern Munich. The 34-year old player Alonso joined Bayern from and wears the number 14 shirt.

Xabi Alonso
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        (Squad number 14)

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Xabi Alonso Career
1999–2000Real Sociedad B39(2)
2000–2004Real Sociedad114(9)
2000–2001Eibar (loan)14(0)
2009–2014Real Madrid158(4)
2014–Bayern Munich26(2)

2000Spain U181(0)
2002–2003Spain U219(0)
2001–2012Basque Country5(0)

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Xabi Alonso : Bayern Munich News
“"I have been lucky enough to be at great clubs from my hometown club (Real Sociedad) to Liverpool to Real Madrid to Bayern Munich", Alonso added would lift the Champions League and the FA Cup.”
 naijaoversabi.com 3 days ago
“Alonso is set to call time on his glittering career at the end of the season and retire, giving him all the time in the world to show his son what Liverpool and Anfield is all about.”
 nyhetsbanken.info 3 days ago
“Featuring in all but four Bundesliga matches and has completed 1,346 passes – the fourth highest total across the entire squad. Xabi Alonso has an average pass accuracy of 89% for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga this season.”
 squawka.com 4 days ago
“Xabi Alonso strolls in, his sense of timing as impeccable as “I have been lucky enough to be at great clubs from my hometown club to Liverpool to Real Madrid to Bayern Munich,” Alonso said.”
 liverpoolfc.com 4 days ago
“The north London club's loss was Real Madrid's gain as the former Reds midfielder went on to enjoy a successful spell at the Spanish capital club before moving to Bayern Munich, where he now plays.”
 Prensario TI Retail & Dealers 4 days ago
“Xabi Alonso was subject to interest from Arsenal and Juventus went on to enjoy a successful spell at the Spanish capital club before moving to Bayern Munich, where he currently plays.”
 International Business Times 4 days ago
“Xabi Alonso believes Steven Gerrard is destined to become manager of Liverpool. The Bayern Munich midfielder is a big admirer of current Reds boss Jurgen Klopp, but insists the stage is set for Gerrard to take on the reins at some stage in the future.”
 Liverpool Echo 5 days ago
“Xabi Alonso rates Steven Gerrard among the top three or five players he has ever played with. In a career that has included stints at Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and the all-conquering Spain national team, that is high praise indeed.”
 Metro 5 days ago
“Xabi Alonso has lifted the lid on how he was on the verge of quitting Liverpool for Arsenal in a deal that fell apart over a £3million fall-out.”
 Daily Mail 5 days ago
“Xabi Alonso has described Liverpool as the best team in England He has since enjoyed spells with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich and he ranks his time with Liverpool right up there as one of the best spells of his career.”
 Mirror 5 days ago
Xabi Alonso Career Honours
  • Liverpool: UEFA Champions League: 2004–05
  • Liverpool: UEFA Super Cup: 2005
  • Liverpool: FA Cup: 2005–06
  • Liverpool: FA Community Shield: 2006
  • Real Madrid: UEFA Champions League: 2013–14
  • Real Madrid: UEFA Super Cup: 2014
  • Real Madrid: La Liga: 2011–12
  • Real Madrid: Copa del Rey: 2010–11, 2013–14
  • Real Madrid: Supercopa de Espana: 2012
  • Bayern Munich: Bundesliga: 2014–15
  • Spain: FIFA World Cup: 2010
  • Spain: UEFA European Championship: 2008, 2012
  • Spanish Player of the Year: 2003
  • Premier League Goal of the Month: November 2004
  • FIFA FIFPro World XI: 2011, 2012
  • La Liga Best Midfielder: 2012
  • UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament: 2012
  • Gold Medal of the Royal Order of Sporting Merit: 2011

    Source: wikipedia.org

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