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Antonio Barragan Biography

Antonio Barragán Fernández (born in Pontedeume, Spain) is a Spanish football player who plays as a right defender for Valencia CF. He started his professional football career at Liverpool at the age of eighteen in 2005. During the season 2005-06 , in doing so Barragan became the youngest foreigner to play for the team Liverpool and joined with Dportivo La Coruna with a five-fear year contract on August 4th 2006. Barragan subsequently alternated in the right-back position with Manuel Pablo until he fractured his knee in 2008 and was out of action for the rest of the season however. Later on , he joined with Real Valladolid on a three-year deal in 2009, though he played two major levels of Spanish football in 2009-10 and moved to Valencia CF in a deal worth €1.5m in 2011. Although Antonio Barragán became the part of the Spanish U19 at the 2006 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship and called-up for the senior side, under-21s levels.
Basic Player Info
Full Name Antonio Barragán Fernández
Nationality Spain
Position Defender
Last Club Liverpool
Shirt Number 36
Career
Clubs
Liverpool Aug 2005 - Jun 2006
Middlesbrough Jul 2018 - Present
Middlesbrough Jul 2016 - Jul 2017
Deportivo La Coruña Aug 2006 - Feb 2009
Real Betis Balompié Jul 2017 - Jun 2018
Valencia Aug 2011 - Jul 2016
Real Valladolid Jun 2009 - Aug 2011
Sevilla Aug 2004 - Jun 2005
National
Stats
Clubs
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Liverpool
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Season Tournament Appearances Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards Minutes Played
2005/2006 UEFA Champions League 1 0 0 0 0 12
Total 1 0 0 0 0 12
Middlesbrough
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Deportivo La Coruña
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Real Betis Balompié
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Valencia
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Real Valladolid
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National
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EPL 2016/17: Arsenal 0-0 Middlesbrough - Player Ratings
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Premier League 2016-17: Dark Horses in the race for European Football
Premier League 2016-17: Dark Horses in the race for European Football
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Highlights: Valencia 2-1 Real Madrid; Valencia end Madrid's 22-match winning streak
Highlights: Valencia 2-1 Real Madrid; Valencia end Madrid's 22-match winning streak
Highlights: Antonio Barragan and Nicolas Otamendi score to help Valencia beat Real Madrid 2-1
La Liga team of the week – round 15
La Liga team of the week – round 15
The La liga title race came to life, once again, over the weekend as champions and leaders Barcelona finally fell to that inevitable defeat that had been lurking since their talisman, Lionel Messi got injured. Real Madrid’s 4-0 victory earlier on Saturday means the Whites are now only 3 points behind their eternal rivals as […]
Bayern, ten-man Valenica go through after draw
Bayern, ten-man Valenica go through after draw
Valencia vs Bayern Munich: Match preview
Valencia vs Bayern Munich: Match preview
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