Friday, 14 June 2013

Rangliste 2012-13 - Recap


Willy Caballero (Málaga and Argentina) 36 games, 0 goals **

Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus and Italy) 32 games, 0 goals**

Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich and Germany) 31 games, 0 goals **

Thibaut Courtois (Atletico Madrid and Belgium) 37 games, 0 goals *

Rene Adler (Hamburg and Germany) 32 games, 0 goals*

David de Gea (Manchester United and Spain) 28 games, 0 goals *

Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt and Germany) 26 games, 0 goals *

Federico Marchetti (Lazio and Italy) 33 games, 0 goals *

Salvatore Sirigu (Paris Saint-Germain and Italy) 33 games, 0 goals *

Samir Handanovic (Inter and Slovenia) 35 games, 0 goals *

Mickael Landreau (Bastia and France) 38 games, 0 goals *

Fraser Forster (Celtic and England) 34 games, 0 goals *


Honourable mentions

Asmir Begovic (Stoke City and Serbia)

Morgan de Sanctis (Napoli and Italy)

Brad Guzan (Aston Villa and USA)

Gorka Iraizoz (Athletic Bilbao and Spain)

Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur and France)

Steve Mandanda (Marseille and France)

Antonio Mirante (Parma and Italy)

Kenneth Vermeer (Ajax and Netherlands)

Roman Weidenfeller (Borussia Dortmund and Germany)


Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich and Germany) 29 games, 0 goals ***

Jordi Alba (Barcelona and Spain) 29 games, 2 goals **

Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk and Croatia) 25 games, 2 goals *

Leighton Baines (Everton and England) 38 games, 5 goals **

Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City and Argentina) 30 games, 2 goals *

Filipe Luis (Atletico Madrid and Brazil) 32 games, 1 goal*

Stefan Lichtsteiner (Juventus and Switzerland) 28 games, 4 goals *

Carlos Martinez (Real Sociedad and Spain) 29 games, 1 goal *

Mattia de Sciglio (AC Milan and Italy) 27 games, 0 goals*

David Alaba (Bayern Munich and Austria) 23 games, 3 goals *

Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea and Serbia) 34 games, 5 goals *

Patrice Evra (Manchester United and France) 34 games, 4 goals *Daniel Carvajal (Bayer Leverkusen and Spain) 32 games, 1 goal *

Maxwell (Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil) 33 games, 2 goals *

Rafael (Manchester United and Brazil) 28 games, 3 goals *

Manuel Pasqual (Fiorentina and Italy) 35 games, 2 goals*


Honourable mentions

Adriano (Barcelona and Brazil)

Kwadwo Asamoah (Juventus and Ghana)

Daley Blind (Ajax and Netherlands)

Ashley Cole (Chelsea and England) 

Lucas Digne (Lille and France)

Mikel Gonzalez (Real Sociedad and Spain)

Daryl Janmaat (Feyenoord and Netherlands)

Jefferson (Estoril and Brazil)

Glen Johnson (Liverpool and England)

Juanfran (Atletico Madrid and Spain)

Sebastian Jung (Eintracht Frankfurt and Germany)

Dmitri Kombarov (Spartak Moscow and Russia)

Matthew Lowton (Aston Villa and England)

Nacho Monreal (Malaga/Arsenal and Spain)

Jeremy Morel (Marseille and France)

Bastian Oczipka (Eintracht Frankfurt and Germany)

Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund and Poland)Stefan Radu (Lazio and Romania)

Marcel Schmelzer (Borussia Dortmund and Germany)


Dante (Bayern Munich and Brazil) 29 games, 1 goal ***

Thiago Silva (PSG and Brazil) 22 games, 0 goals **

Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus and Italy) 24 games, 1 goal **

Andrea Barzagli (Juventus and Italy) 34 games, 1 goal **

Diego Godin (Atletico Madrid and Uruguay) 35 games, 1 goal **

Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund and Germany) 28 games, 1 goal *

Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham and Belgium) 34 games, 4 goals *

Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid and Spain) 26 games, 4 goals *

Gonzalo Rodriguez (Fiorentina and Argentina) 35 games, 6 goals *

Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United and England) 28 games, 1 goal *

Hugo Campagnaro (Napoli and Argentina) 28 games, 1 goal *

Nicolas Nkoulou (Marseille and Cameroon) 38 games, 0 goals *

Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal and France) 25 games, 2 goals *

Ezequiel Garay (Benfica and Argentina) 27 games, 1 goal *


Honourable Mentions

Toby Alderweireld (Ajax and Belgium)

Mehdi Benatia (Udinese and Morocco)

Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich and Germany)

Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus and Italy)

Paolo Cannavaro (Napoli and Italy)

Aurelien Chedjou(Lille and Cameroon)

Chico (Swansea and Spain)

Alberto de la Bella (RealSociedad and Spain)

Jonny Evans (Manchester United and Northern Ireland)

Benedikt Hoewedes (Schalke and Germany)

Timm Klose (Nurnberg and Germany)

Marquinhos(Roma and Brazil)

Inigo Martinez (Real Sociedad and SpainMatijaNastasic (Manchester City and Serbia)

Nicolas Otamendi (Porto and Argentina)

Gerard Piqué (Barcelona and Spain)

Andrea Ranocchia (Inter and Italy)

Neven Subotic (Borussia Dortmund and Serbia)

RaphaelVarane (Real Madrid and France)

Philipp Wollscheid (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany)

Defensive midfielders

Michael Carrick (Manchester United and England) 36 games, 1 goal ***

Sergio Busquets (Barcelona and Spain) 31 games, 1 goal **

Blaise Matuidi (Paris Saint-Germain and France) 37 games, 5 goals **

Javi Martinez (Bayern Munich and Spain) 27 games, 3 goals **

Pontus Wernbloom (CSKA Moscow and Sweden) 26 games, 4 goals **

Maxime Gonalons (Lyon and France) 35 games, 3 goals *

Benat (Real Betis and Spain) 34 games, 4 goals *

Nemanja Matic (Benfica and Serbia) 26 games, 3 goals *

Etienne Capoue (Toulouse and France) 34 games, 7 goals *

Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton and France) 36 games, 5 goals *

Sebastian Rode (Eintracht Frankfurt and Germany) 33 games, 0 goals *

Victor Wanyama (Celtic and Kenya) 32 games, 6 goals *


Honourable mentions

Esteban Cambiasso (Inter and Argentina)

Gabi (Atletico Madrid and Spain)

Luiz Gustavo (Bayern Munich and Brazil) GrzgorzKrychowiak (Reims and Poland)

Frank Lampard (Chelsea and England)

Francesco Lodi (Catania and Italy)

Sandro (Tottenham and Brazil)

Pirmin Schwegler (Eintracht Frankfurt and Switzerland)

Jeremy Toulalan (Malaga and France)

Central midfielders

Arturo Vidal (Juventus and Chile) 31 games, 10 goals***

Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich and Germany)28 games, 7 goals ***

Andrea Pirlo (Juventus and Italy) 32 games, 5 goals **

Xavi (Barcelona and Spain) 30 games, 5 goals **

Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund and Germany) 28 games, 3 goals **

Fernandinho (Shakhtar Donetsk and Brazil) 23 games, 2 goals *

Claudio Marchisio (Juventus and Italy) 29 games, 6 goals *

Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid and Spain) 28 games, 0 goals*

David Pizarro (Fiorentina and Chile) 29 games, 3 goals *

Borja Valero (Fiorentina and Spain) 37 games, 1 goal *

Joao Moutinho (Porto and Portugal) 27 games, 1 goal *

Kevin de Bruyne (Werder Bremen and Belgium) 33 games, 10 goals *

Marco Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain and Italy) 27 games, 0 goals *


Honourable mentions

Mikel Arteta (Arsenal and Spain)

Lars Bender (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany)

Moussa Dembele (Tottenham Hotspur and Belgium)

Aaron Hunt (Werder Bremen and Germany)

Gokhan Inler (Napoli and Switzerland)

Sami Khedira (Real Madrid and Germany)

David Luiz (Chelsea and Brazil)

Steed Malbranque (Lyon and France)

Ricardo Montolivo (AC Milan and Italy)

Roman Neustadter (Schalke and Germany)

Paul Pogba (Juventus and France)

Yaya Toure (Manchester City and Ivory Coast)

Attacking midfielders

Marek Hamsik (Napoli and Slovakia) 38 games, 11 goals **

Juan Mata (Chelsea and Spain) 35 games, 12 goals **

Mario Goetze (Borussia Dortmund and Germany) 28 games, 10 goals **

Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Shakhtar Donetsk and Armenia) 29 games, 25 goals **

Santi Cazorla (Arsenal and Spain) 38 games, 12 goals **

Toni Kroos (Bayern Munich and Germany) 24 games, 6 goals **

Hernanes (Lazio and Brazil) 34 games, 11 goals *

Marouane Fellaini (Everton and Belgium) 31 games, 11 goals *

Andres Iniesta (Barcelona and Spain) 31 games, 3 goals *

Mesut Oezil (Real Madrid and Germany) 32 games, 9 goals *

Mathieu Valbuena (Marseille and France) 37 games, 3 goals *

Isco (Malaga and Spain) 37 games, 9 goals *

Christian Eriksen (Ajax and Denmark) 33 games, 10 goals *


Honourable Mentions

Juan Arango (Borussia Moenchengladbach and Venezuela)

Pablo Batalla (Bursaspor and Argentina)

Remy Cabella (Montpellier and France)

Gonzalo Castro (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany)

Renaud Cohade (St Etienne and France)

Alessandro Diamanti (Bologna and Italy)

Diego (Wolfsburg and Brazil)

Filip Djuricic (Heerenveen and Serbia)

Cesc Fabregas (Barcelona and Spain)

Julien Feret (Rennes and France)Steven Gerrard(Liverpool and England) 

Keisuke Honda (CSKA Moscow and Japan)

Szabolcs Huszti (Hannover and Hungary)

Hiroshi Kiyotake (Nurnberg and Japan)

Koke (Atletico Madrid and Spain)

Adam Maher (AZ Alkmaar and Netherlands)

Oscar (Chelsea and Brazil)

Oscar (Valladolid and Spain)

Ivan Rakitic (Sevilla and Croatia)

Wayne Rooney (Manchester United and England)

David Silva (Manchester City and Spain)

Marco VanGinkel (Vitesse and Netherlands)

Joan Verdu (Espanyol and Spain)


Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich and France) 37 games, 10 goals ***

Gareth Bale (Tottenham and Wales) 33 games, 21 goals ***

Dimitri Payet (Lille and France) 38 games, 12 goals **

Jakub Blaszczykowski (Borussia Dortmund and Poland) 27 games, 11 goals **

Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad and Mexico) 35 games, 14 goals **

Piti (Rayo Vallecano and Spain) 35 games, 18 goals *

Eden Hazard (Chelsea and Belgium) 34 games, 9 goals *

James Rodriguez (Porto and Colombia) 24 games, 10 goals *

Juan Cuadrado (Fiorentina and Colombia) 36 games, 5 goals *

Dries Mertens (PSV Eindhoven and Belgium) 29 games, 16 goals *

Willian (Shakhtar Donestsk/Anzhi  and Brazil) 21 games, 3 goals *


Honourable mentions

Romain Alessandrini (Rennes and France)

Andre Ayew (Marseille and Ghana)

Eric Bautheac (Nice and France)Mbark Boussoufa(Anzhi and Morocco)

Daniel Caligiuri (Freiburg and Germany)

Antonio Candreva (Lazio and Italy)

Alessio Cerci (Torino and Italy)

Gael Danic (Valenciennes and France)

Julian Draxler (Schalke and Germany)

Patrick Ebert (Valladolid and Germany)

Jefferson Farfan (Schalke 04 and Peru)

Joaquin (Malaga and Spain)

Lica (Estoril and Portugal)

Ricardo (Guimaraes and Portugal)

Markel Susaeta (Athletic Bilbao and Spain)

Florian Thauvin (Bastia and France)

Arda Turan (Atletico Madrid and Turkey) 


Lionel Messi (Barcelona and Argentina) 32 games, 46 goals ***

Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid and Portugal) 34 games, 34 goals ***

Luis Suarez (Liverpool and Uruguay) 33 games, 23 goals ***

Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich and Germany) 28 games, 13 goals ***

Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund and Germany) 32 games, 14 goals **

Francesco Totti (Roma and Italy) 34 games, 12 goals **

Erik Lamela (Roma and Argentina) 33 games, 15 goals **

Michu (Swansea and Spain) 35 games, 18 goals *

Stevan Jovetic (Fiorentina and Montenegro) 31 games, 13 goals *

Ruben Castro (Real Betis and Spain) 34 games, 18 goals *

Lima (Benfica and Brazil) 27 games, 20 goals *

Andre Schurrle (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany) 34 games, 11 goals *


Honourable mentions

Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo and Spain)

Antonio Cassano (Inter and Italy)

Siem de Jong (Ajax and Netherlands)

Samuel Eto'o(Anzhi and Cameroon)

Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus and Italy)

Max Kruse (Freiburg and Germany)

Alex Meier (Eintracht Frankfurt and Germany)

Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow and Nigeria)

Lukas Podolski (Arsenal and Germany)

Bryan Ruiz (Fulham and Costa Rica)

Andre Schurrle (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany)

Alain Traore (Lorient and Burkina Faso)

Theo Walcott (Arsenal and England)



Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG and Sweden) 34 games, 30 goals ***

Edinson Cavani (Napoli and Uruguay) 35 games, 29 goals ***

Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund and Poland) 31 games, 24 goals ***

Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid and Colombia) 34 games, 28 goals ***

Robin van Persie (Manchester United and Netherlands) 38 games, 26 goals ***

Stefan Kiessling (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany) 34 games, 25 goals **

Antonio di Natale (Udinese and Italy) 33 games, 23 goals **

Wilfried Bony (Vitesse Arnhem and Ivory Coast) 30 games, 31 goals *

Jackson Martinez (Porto and Colombia) 27 games, 26 goals *

Burak Yilmaz (Galatasaray and Turkey) 30 games 24 goals *

Graziano Pelle (Feyenoord and Italy) 29 games, 27 goals *

Roberto Soldado (Valencia and Spain) 35 games, 24 goals *

Christian Benteke (Aston Villa and Belgium) 34 games, 19 goals *

Stephan El Shaarawy (AC Milan and Italy) 37 games, 16 goals *

Alvaro Negredo (Sevilla and Spain) 36 games, 25 goals *

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (St Etienne and Gabon) 37 games 19 goals *

Mario Mandzukic (Bayern Munich and Croatia) 24 games, 15 goals *


Honourable mentions

Aritz Aduriz (Athletic Bilbao and Spain)

Jeremie Aliadiere (Lorient and France)

Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar and USA)

Carlos Bacca (Club Brugges and Colombia)

Mario Balotelli (AC Milan and Italy)

Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham and Bulgaria)

Oscar Cardozo (Benfica and Paraguay)

Dario Cvitanich (Nice and Argentina)

Rafik Djebbour (Olympiakos and Algeria) AlfredFinnbogason (Heerenveen and Iceland)

Bafetimbi Gomis (Lyon and France)

Phillip Hosiner(Austria Vienna and Austria)

Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart and Bosnia)

Miroslav Klose (Lazio and Germany)

Rickie Lambert (Southampton and England)

Romelu Lukaku (West Bromwich Albion and Belgium)

Pablo Osvaldo (Roma and Italy)



Thursday, 13 June 2013

Rangliste 2012-13 - Strikers

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG and Sweden) 34 games, 30 goals***

Winner of nine domestic titles in ten years across four leagues and six clubs, Zlatan just keeps on delivering. Everyone assumed that this season would be a cakewalk for PSG and yet without the influence of their Swedish striker the title challenge would have been a far fetched idea. In breaking the 30 goal barrier in the league he became the first man to do so in France since Jean-Pierre Papin in 1989-90 and finished a wonderful season on a high.


Edinson Cavani (Napoli and Uruguay) 35 games, 29 goals***

Cavani has shown signs that he merits a place among the top echelon of strikers for a number of years but this season he extinguished all doubts. Capable of scoring in every conceivable way he is truly the complete centre-forward. Talks already appear to be in progress to take the Uruguayan to Manchester City but he surely will not be short of suitors after an incredible campaign for Napoli.


Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund and Poland) 31 games, 24 goals ***


Arguably the most rounded centre-forward in the world, Lewandowski is someone who seemingly has the lot. A clinical finisher, great in the air and proficient at linking with the midfield there are precious few strikers who could succeed in so many systems. Although he shone last season this year he took his game to a new level and ten goals in the Champions League, four of which came in the destruction of Real Madrid in the semi-finals, showed that he can cope against the very best.


Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid and Colombia) 34 games, 28 goals ***


The decision of Falcao to depart Madrid in pursuit of riches offered by Monaco has led some to brand him a mercenary. However, given the ambition shown by the club from the principality so far the Colombian striker might yet be improving his chances of silverware. The second half of the season saw him slightly subdued in comparison with the wonderful way he began the year, but overall it still marked another remarkable term on the goalscoring front.


Robin van Persie (Manchester United and Netherlands) 38 games, 26 goals ***


Even at £24m Robin van Persie was the signing of the season in the Premier League. Nobody doubted his ability at Arsenal or that he would succeed at Old Trafford but the speed with which he settled and the importance of the goals he scored were paramount in ensuring that the title was secured with the minimum of fuss. Such was the comprehensive nature of his adaptation to life in Manchester that few Reds fans are overly concerned about the loss of Wayne Rooney, something that would have been almost inconceivable 12 months ago.


Stefan Kiessling (Bayer Leverkusen and Germany) 34 games, 25 goals **

While Joachim Low may not be a great admirer of the Leverkusen striker there is no doubt that he has enjoyed a fantastic season. Tall, strong and athletic the centre-forward was the focal point of an excellent side and his ability to lead the line on his own makes him a highly prized commodity. His style of play may not be the most fashionable in the modern game but there is no denying he is highly effective.


Antonio di Natale (Udinese and Italy) 33 games, 23 goals **

It has become a cliché now to talk about the evergreen nature of Di Natale. For the fourth season in a row he has topped the 20 goal mark and he was again centre stage as Udinese staged a miraculous revival after Christmas. The veteran has now targeted 200 career Serie A goals requiring another 24 to be scored. In this sort of form he could achieve that by the end of next season.

Wilfried Bony (Vitesse Arnhem and Ivory Coast) *

The player of the season in the Eredivisie, Bony enjoyed a phenomenal year for Vitesse. Dutch defences were simply unable to cope with the combination of power and technique that the Ivorian offers and his combination with Marco Van Ginkel brought out the best of both players. Already well travelled at the age of 24 his physicality and height would look to be tailor made for the Premier League and may well draw interest this summer.  


Jackson Martinez (Porto and Colombia) 27 games, 26 goals *

The Porto scouting network just keeps unearthing top level players. With the departure of Hulk in the summer to Zenit, the Dragao turned to Colombian hitman Martinez and he proved a resounding success. With 26 goals in just 27 games he hit the ground running and ended the season as the top scorer in Portugal. Given Porto’s history of lucrative sales it may not be long before he’s on the move again.


Burak Yilmaz (Galatasaray and Turkey) 30 games 24 goals*

Despite the arrival of Wesley Sneijder and Didier Drogba there was no doubt who the star of Galatasaray’s season was. While he didn’t quite match his goal haul from his final season at Trabzonspor, Yilmaz ability to perform in both the Turkish league and the Champions League meant his value increased hugely during the season. A powerful bull of a striker, his combination with Drogba is a daunting prospect for any defender in Europe next year.


Graziano Pelle (Feyenoord and Italy) 29 games, 27 goals *


Until this year Pelle was a striker who had long shown promise but rarely scored the numbers of goals that his talent hinted at. After a disappointing spell at Parma he finally found his shooting boots in the Eredivisie and looked unstoppable for Feyenoord. Admittedly, performances in the Dutch league can be misleading with the likes of Alfonso Alves unable to replicate his exploits in tougher surroundings. A permanent move to the Rotterdam giants should give the Italian the opportunity to continue his ongoing renaissance.


Roberto Soldado (Valencia and Spain) 35 games, 24 goals*


Where now for Soldado? The financial difficulties faced by Valencia have forced them to sell their best players in each of the last few seasons and now, having missed out on Champions League football, the impetus is stronger than ever. There is no question about his quality, having scored consistently throughout his time at the Mestalla and demonstrated his ability as a first rate finisher.


Christian Benteke (Aston Villa and Belgium) 34 games, 19 goals *

When Christian Benteke arrived at Villa Park even those who had watched him play in Belgium widely felt that his £10m price tag looked steep. By the end of the year it had proved a bargain with the powerful striker one of the few bright spots in a wretched Villa season. Without the goals of the Belgian international the relegation battle would surely have been significantly tighter and he now looks an obvious target for the likes of Arsenal and Spurs.

Stephan El Shaarawy (AC Milan and Italy) 37 games, 16 goals *

Unstoppable until January, the arrival of Mario Balotelli forced a major change in the role played by El-Shaarawy. Shunted out onto the flanks he was nowhere near as potent as he had been when the season started, but his excellent pace and fine dribbling meant that he remains a threat. Given Milan’s history for selling their best players in recent seasons, talks of a potential move may not be too wide of the mark.

Alvaro Negredo (Sevilla and Spain) 36 games, 25 goals *

With all four goals in a thrilling 4-3 win on the last day of the season Negredo singlehandedly cost Valencia their Champions League place. A classic striker in the English style it’s no wonder that West Ham looked at the Sevilla star as a potential replacement (and major upgrade) on Andy Carroll. His power and nose for goal made him the highest scoring Spaniard in La Liga this season and he should surely be able to pick a club with rather loftier ambitions.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (St Etienne and Gabon) 37 games 19 goals *

Only 23 but the Gabon forward has already announced his huge talent to the world. An excellent season for St Etienne saw the youngster play mainly through the centre but also on the right and this versatility, while maintaining the level of performance, bodes well for the future. Tall, quick and inventive his chance creation was almost as impressive as his finishing. An excellent campaign that hints there is more to come.

Mario Mandzukic (Bayern Munich and Croatia) 24 games, 15 goals *

Not the most graceful or elegant of players Mandzukic was an essential factor in Bayern’s success this season. To take the place of a striker who scored 28 goals in the league last season takes some doing but such was the Croatian’s impact few felt that Mario Gomez was missed by the end of the year. The workrate and energy displayed by Mandzukic as well as his ability in the air meant that his lower goal tally was a price worth paying for a more effective team.

Honourable mentions

Aritz Aduriz (Athletic Bilbao and Spain)

Jeremie Aliadiere (Lorient and France)

Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar and USA)

Carlos Bacca (Club Brugges and Colombia)

Mario Balotelli (AC Milan and Italy)

Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham and Bulgaria)

Oscar Cardozo (Benfica and Paraguay)

Dario Cvitanich (Nice and Argentina)

Rafik Djebbour (Olympiakos and Algeria) 
Alfred Finnbogason (Heerenveen and Iceland)

Bafetimbi Gomis (Lyon and France)
Phillip Hosiner (Austria Vienna and Austria)

Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart and Bosnia)

Miroslav Klose (Lazio and Germany)

Rickie Lambert (Southampton and England)

Romelu Lukaku (West Bromwich Albion and Belgium)

Pablo Osvaldo (Roma and Italy)