Diego Mario Buonanotte Rende is an Argentine footballer who plays for Granada CF as an attacking midfielder or winger. Buonanotte made his professional debut as a 17 year old on 9 April 2006, in the 3–1 win against Instituto. On 7 October 2007, only one week after his first game, he scored his first goal at senior level. He was named by World Soccer Magazine as one of the '50 most exciting teenagers in the world game. On 21 January 2011 Buonanotte signed a five-year contract with Málaga CF, but he was loaned to River Plate until July 2011. He scored his first goal for Málaga in 21 December 2011 in a 2–2 home draw against Getafe CF in the Copa del Rey. On 21 November 2012, he scored his careers first Champions League goal, in a 2−2 away draw against Zenit. On 31 January 2013, Buonanotte signed a 4 and a half year contract with Granada. Buonanotte, due to his impressive statistics, was selected by Sergio Batista to be one of the 18 players to represent Argentina in the 2008 Olympics.
The world's shortest and tallest players in professional football today
Football players come in all shapes and sizes. Their physical attributes can often, but not always, determine how and where on the pitch they play. From towering goalkeepers to target-man strikers, from miniscule midfielders to pocket-rocket wingers, here are the shortest and tallest football players playing professional men’s soccer today. … Continue reading →