Bryan Jafet Ruiz González is a Costa Rican football player who plays for Fulham in the Premier League. He is a right sided attacking midfielder with good ball control, heading and passing as well as can play as a second striker. He started his professional football career to playing for Liga Deportiva Alajuelense at the age of 18, where Bryan built a reputation as a goalscorer and a play maker. Thereafter, he signed by K.A.A Gent in a four year deal along with Randall Azofeifa , he scored his first hat trick playing for Gent against Lokeren in 2007 and became the captain also a top scorer for the team. Then, Ruiz joined with the Dutch club FC Twente in 2009, after two years he finally confirmed with Fulham for a reported £10.6 million fee in August 2011. Furthermore, Ruiz González has played for Costa Rica's under-20 teams and has also been capped for the full Costa Rican national side.
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