Sunday, 20 July 2014

As a way to question questioned what suits you best goalkeeper Barcelona: the Chilean Claudio Bravo and German Marc-André ter Stegen, after the departure of Victor Valdes Arribas and José Manuel Pinto. Both goalkeepers were called during the presidency of Josep Maria Bartomeu.

- Marc-Andre ter Stegen

Name: Marc-André ter Stegen
Date of Birth: 30/04/1992
Birthplace: Mönchengladbach (Germany)
Field position: Goalkeeper
Age: 22 years
Height: 189 centimeters tall.

Born in Mönchengladbach on 30 April 1992 Marc-André ter Stegen signed the contract as new player of FC Barcelona on 22 May 2014 he was player club Borussia Mönchengladbach since 1996 and he has played 108 Bundesliga games. He debuted in the first team Borussia Mönchengladbach on 10 April 2011, when he was only 18. In May 2012 it was released with the German team in a friendly match against Switzerland.

- Claudio Bravo

Name: Claudio Andrés Bravo Muñoz
Date of Birth: 13/04/1983
Birthplace: Viluco, Santiago Metropolitan Region of Chile.
Field position: Goalkeeper
Age: 31 years
Height: 185 centimeters tall.

Born in Viluco, metropolitan region of Santiago de Chile on 13 April 1983 debut in the first team of Chilean team Colo Colo in 2002, when he was only 19 years old. Then in 2006 he joined the Royal Society, where he has played the past eight seasons. Claudio Bravo is the captain of the Chilean national team since 2008, and with the World Cup in Brazil is its second World Cup with La Roja.

Victor Valdes and Pinto:

Pinto came in January 2008 in Barcelona to replace Albert Jorquera. During this stage Barca Pinto has played a total of 73 games and has won 16 titles (4 Leagues, 2 UEFA Champions League titles, two Spanish Cups, 2 European Super Cups, four Super Cups and 2 Spain Club World).

Víctor Valdés, born January 14, 1982, debuted with the first team on 14 August 2002 and left the club after 12 seasons in the first team. During this Barca stage has played a total of 535 matches (387 league games, 110 Champions League, 12 Copa del Rey, 12 Supercopa of Spain, 6th World Cup, three European Super Cup and 5 UEFA) , and has won 21 titles (6 Leagues, 3 Champions Leagues, 2 League Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 6 and 2 Super Cups Spain Club World).


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