Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Francisco Javier Garcia Fernandez (St. Petersburg)

Today we will talk about a great Spanish player who takes a few years playing and scoring goals away from home, he is Francisco Javier García Fernández, better known as Javi García (Murcia, 1987). This defensive midfielder has a great ride in the field with a great jeader. Here we will tell you it passes through different teams throughout Europe.

Javi García  started in the sports school of his father and after he went to the youth teams of Real Madrid. In the 2003-2004 season he started playing with the second team, RM Castilla, doing fantastic seasons thatmade ​​in 2006 rise to the first team. In the summer of that year he played with the National Team Under-19 the Eurocopa in Poland which conducted a very important role for the national team who won the championship. After spending one season at Real Madrid he signed for Osasuna where he played during the 2007-2008 season. In the next season, Real Madrid repurchased the player to play the 2008-2009 season, where he played with a extraordinary level so many european teams were interested. Finally he went to Portugal to play with SL Benfica for three seasons for 7 million euros. In these three years with Benfica he got three League Cups and a League of Portugal.

After getting all these successes and playing at an unbelievable level in the summer of 2012 he signed for Manchester City for 20 million euros so he traveled to England to continue scoring goals away from home. With this team he won a Premier League and Capital One Cup.

The August 14, 2014 the player decides to go to Russia to play  with Zenit St Pertersburg, a transfer appraised in 16 million euros with a contract until 2019. The data in this season in the Russian team are good, playing until a total of 26 matches in different competitions, including the Champions League and Europa League.

                                 Javi Garcia during his presentation with Zenit St Petersburg

In the Spanish team he was play with the lower levels several times. He won the European championship in 2006 with the U19 team scoring two goals. With the selection sub21 also has been called and finally in 2012 he was summoned by the senior team  he debut on 26 May against Serbia. However played was not called up for the World Cup Brazil 2014.

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1 comment:

  1. Javi Garcia a sido la tipico jugador promesa que prometia mucho en niveles inferiores del Real Madrid , como siempre lo cede o lo vende a un club que no puede ofrecerle las metas que se impone los jugadores por lo cual destaca poco y el Madrid lo vuelve a recuperar para acabar mal vendiendolo a ligas inferiores. Tras su paso por la Premier tendrias que haber comentado que se va al Zenit para cobrar pasta, ya que a nadie le gusta pasar frio cobrando cuatro duros.