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Profile of the Spanish footballer Xabi Alonso, who currently plays as a midfielder at Bayern Munich. The 33-year old player Alonso joined Bayern from Real Madrid 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)
2004–2009Liverpool143(15)
2009–2014Real Madrid158(4)
2014–Bayern Munich26(2)

2000Spain U181(0)
2002–2003Spain U219(0)
2003–2014Spain114(16)
2001–2012Basque Country5(0)

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Xabi Alonso : Bayern Munich News
“Some of the world's biggest stars from Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Juventus and AC Milan attended adidas' #bethedifference event as the six European giants launched their third kits.”
 Daily Mail 4 days ago
“Indeed, even with the cash influx, the Premier League's heavyweights are still struggling to close the gap on the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich because they already appear to be shopping in the highest player bracket they can.”
 Bleacher Report 5 days ago
“Bayern Munich conceded the joint-quickest goal in Bundesliga Gaudino would obviously benefit from the experience of gracing the midfield with the likes of Xabi Alonso, Arturo Vidal and Thiago, but he's clearly not going to get that chance.”
 espnfc.com 7 days ago
“Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm is pleased that Thomas Muller Last year, when replacing Toni Kroos with Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso, the club came under fire for slowly turning into an "FC Bayern Espanol.”
 ESPN 7 days ago
“When Joshua Kimmich's transfer was confirmed in January, many Bayern Munich fans asked in unison Kimmich faces immense competition right now.”
 Bleacher Report 7 days ago
“64), Polanski; Zuber; Volland, Kuranyi (Uth, min. 69) Bayern Munich : Neuer; Benatia (Rafinha, min. 36), Boateng, Alaba; Lahm (Lewandowski, min. 67), Xabi Alonso, Vidal; Robben (Alcantara, min.”
 VAVEL 10 days ago
“Bayern Munich conceded the joint quickest goal in Bundesliga history but turned it around and scored a last-minute winner in an action-packed game.”
 BBC 10 days ago
“Robert Lewandowski produced a 90th-minute winner for 10-man Bayern Munich as they edged past Hoffenheim after the hosts stunned the champions with a ninth-second opener.”
 Daily Mail 10 days ago
“Bayern were stunned nine seconds after the start when David Alaba's bad backpass to Jerome Boateng was intercepted by forward Kevin Volland who slotted in to equal the league record for the fastest goal.”
 Reuters 10 days ago
“fell offside with the current Munich boss over comments he has made in magazine Kicker and on Sky television.”
 News24 11 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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    Goalkeepers
    Ivan Lucic Sven Ulreich
    Manuel Neuer Tom Starke
    Defenders
    Rafinha Philipp Lahm
    Juan Bernat Jan Kirchhoff
    Holger Badstuber Medhi Benatia
    Jerome Boateng David Alaba
    Midfielders
    Douglas Costa Arjen Robben
    Julian Green Kingsley Coman
    Franck Ribery Mario Gotze
    Gianluca Gaudino Arturo Vidal
    Joshua Kimmich Xabi Alonso
    Javi Martinez Sebastian Rode
    Sinan Kurt Thiago
    Forwards
    Robert Lewandowski Thomas Muller
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