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  1. He's so SEXSY!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks everyone
  2. Happy Birthday :hug:

  3. Oh thanks LuNo I love him very much
  4. Thank you very very very very much LuNo for everything
  5. He's very handsome Thank you LuNo
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    very very cute pic I love her
  7. Thank you very very much LuNo for everything
  8. Thanks for the pics, LuNo!
  9. I love him very much He's my favourite actor
  10. Full name: Roberto Carlos da Silva Date of birth: April 10, 1973 (age 33) Place of birth: Garça, São Paulo, Brazil Height: 168 cm (5 ft 6 in) Nickname: Robby C Playing position: Left wingback Current club: Real Madrid Number: 3 Club career He played for Palmeiras and Inter Milan, before settling with Real Madrid in 1996, making him the team's longest serving foreign player. On August 2, 2005, Carlos received dual Spanish and Brazilian citizenship. This proved important for Real Madrid, as it meant that he now counted as a European Union player, opening up one of the club's allowed three slots for non-EU players and enabling Real to sign fellow Brazilian star Robinho. During the 2005-06 season, there was news of the possibility of Roberto Carlos leaving Madrid, after which he was linked to several clubs, most notably Chelsea[3] and Fenerbahçe[4]. On March 9, 2007, he announced his decision to not renew his contract with Real Madrid. National team He has amassed 125 caps, scoring 11 goals for the Brazilian national team. He was a member of Brazil's team at the 1996 Summer Olympics, winning the bronze medal. His debut was against the United States on February 26, 1992. Beginnings In June 1997, he scored a spectacular 37-yard free kick against France at the Tournoi de France, when the ball seemed to be heading wide off the leftmost man in the French wall, Didier Deschamps, before taking a devastating left swerve, leaving goalkeeper Fabien Barthez stunned.[5] World Cup career At the 2002 FIFA World Cup, in Korea and Japan, Roberto Carlos scored against China in a 4-0 win, and was one of the 11 players who played in the final against Germany After the elimination by France in the quarterfinal of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, he announced his retirement from international football. He was severely criticised by the press and the general public for his performance in the Cup, especially for failing to mark French striker Thierry Henry in the free kick crossed by Zinedine Zidane that was scored by Henry and ultimately led to Brazil's demise. International retirement On September 6, 2006, Roberto Carlos formally announced his international retirement from the Brazilian national team. [6] Personal life On June 24, 2005, Carlos was robbed by two gunmen while doing a live radio interview in the back seat of his car. However, the thieves did not harm him, merely taking his watch and the interviewer's cellular phone.
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    Full name: José María Gutiérrez Hernández Date of birth: October 31, 1976 (age 30) Place of birth: Madrid, Spain Height: 185cm Nickname: Guti, Gutiérrez Playing position: Centre Midfielder, Left Midfielder, Second Striker Current club: Real Madrid Number: 14 Guti, full name José María Gutiérrez Hernández (born October 31, 1976 in Madrid) is a Spanish football player who currently plays for Real Madrid. He began his career there in the Cantera and later moved up to the senior side where he is one of three captains. He wears number 14 after scoring 14 goals in the 2000/01 season. At first, his jersey said "J.M. Guti", but since he estabilished himself as one of the team leaders, it changed to "Guti H." Personal profile As a child Guti was interested in tennis and books on sports. He began playing for Real Madrid in 1994 in the Cantera. He set goal scoring records there that have yet to be broken. In 1995 he was called up to the U-18 and won the Eurocup with them. The same year he debuted for the senior side on December 21st against Seville, Real Madrid won 4-1. He finished the season off with 1 goal in 9 appearances. Then in 1997 Guti added two trophies to his cabinet, La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup. He only played 17 games that season and scored 1 goal as well. Guti was again called upon to help the U-21 side lift the Eurocup in 1998. This capped off a brilliant season with Madrid as well after they won the UEFA Champions League and the Intercontinental Cup. The 1999-2000 season started badly for Guti: struggling with the responsibility of replacing Clarence Seedorf, and was sent off at FIFA Club World Championship against Raja Casablanca for kicking a fallen adversary. But then Guti recovered and helped Madrid tremendously when they raised the UEFA Champions League Cup, he scored 6 goals in 28 games. The following year he had his best scoring season for Madrid, 14 goals in 31 games. The goals contributed to Madrid's 27th league title and Spanish Super Cup. After the purchase of Ronaldo, Guti was placed in the midfield and his goalscoring rate went down drastically. During the next two seasons he only scored 4 goals in 29 games and 4 goals in 34 games. Along with the goals came another UEFA Champions League Cup, UEFA Supercup, and Intercontinental Cup. Then in 2003, he won the League and Spanish Super Cup. During 2004-05, Guti had his lowest season in terms of goal scoring, as he failed to score for the first time in seven seasons with the first team. He only managed to score a goal in the international against San Marino in February 2005. In 2005-06, he played 43 games and scored 6 goals (4 in Spanish league and 2 in Champion League). With the election of Ramon Calderon as President of the club and his subsequent vow to bring AC Milan's Brazilian star Kaká to Real Madrid, Guti's future at the Bernabeu appeared insecure. He was linked with a move away from The Merengues, and cross-town rivals Atlético Madrid showed a keen interest in getting his services. In the end, Guti decided to stay with Real while Kaka stayed with AC Milan. Real Madrid's new coach, Fabio Capello, well aware of Guti's playmaking abilities, has placed more trust on the Real Madrid fan's favourite. Capello declared that Guti would be the team's playmaker. During the early part of the 2006-07 season, Guti's threat as a creative playmaker for Real Madrid's strike force led to his being singled out for rough treatment by opposition players. Most notably, against Atlético Madrid in late September, he was fouled repeatedly and had to be substituted in the second half due to an ankle injury. Guti is married and has also recently became a father.
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