Focus on Juan Cuadrado

Juan Cuadrado is a professional footballer from Colombia who plays as a winger for Chelsea and the Colombian national team.

Born in Necocli, Cuadrado had a very difficult chldhood after his father passed away when he was just five years old, growing up amidst immense difficulty. He began his football career with local club Atletico Uraba where he played as a forward before a move to Independiente Medellin, one of the biggest clubs in the country saw him transformed into his present role as a winger. Read more »

Montpellier vs PSV Eindhoven Recopa Europa 1991 Valderrama vs Romario FUTBOL RETRO

Video Rating: 4 / 5

Carlos Valderrama vs Argentina 1997 By Vickingo

Video Rating: 5 / 5

Carlos Valderrama – Best Retro Player

James Rodriguez enjoyed going through a superb campaign during the 2014 World Cup as the Colombian player finished the international tournament by being the top goal-scorer and his impressive string of performances was enough for Real Madrid to be impressed and offload €80 million in order to secure his services.

When the transfer was officially completed and announced to the public, not everyone in the world of football agreed with the amount of cash that was spent in order to sign the young Colombian forward who became one of the most expensive players in the history of the sport.

Carlos Valderrama is a former football player and he represents an important part in the history books of Colombia as he is the most capped player in the history of Colombia after making 111 international appearances. Read more »

Colombian Football had best Season this Year

2014 is the year that perhaps no Colombian Football fan would ever forget. What a wonderful year it has proved to be for Los Cafeteros. By winning almost 75 percentage of their matches, they are, at this point of time, at their highest ever position in the FIFA World rankings i.e. no. 3.

Generally, whenever a team does well at the highest level, the manager of that team has a lot to do with it and it is no different in Colombia’s case.

For Colombia also, it’s their manager Jose Pekerman who has put his blood, sweat and tears to build the team.

And, it has been acknowledged by the people in Colombia. You talk to anyone there and they only have good things to say about Pekerman and why not?

The 65-year old Argentinean got the team prepared so well for the World Cup. He picked the right players, used them brilliantly tactics-wise and most importantly, he made his players play the positive brand of soccer.

The experts were so impressed with Colombia’s approach in Brazil.

Even when the Cafeteros were facing the strong teams, they were ready to meet fire with fire.

There was ruthlessness in Colombia’s play in the World Cup. It seemed as if they trusted themselves to get better of any team in the competition.

Yes, they were knocked out by the hosts Brazil in the Round of 8, but, the way they played till then, they won everybody’s heart.

And, the disappointment of the Colombia players after that Brazil game said a lot about that team. Some of them were crying rivers, James Rodriguez in particular.

The future of Colombian football certainly looks bright and one should not be surprised if they achieve even more success in 2015 than what they have achieved this year.

David Villa Revenge | Carlos Valderrama | 5 Great Women in Football World – SunduL 100%Sepak Bola

Video Rating: 5 / 5