Filipe Luis Biography
Filipe Luís Kasmirski a Brazilian professional footballer, born on 9th of August, 1985. He carries a jersey number 3 playing at left back. He currently plays for Atletico Madrid.
Spending most of his time on the bench in the initial days, his first match came in 2004 playing for AFC Ajax. Though he was called up for the matches against FC Den Bosch and AJ Auxerre for the UEFA cup, he was made to warm the bench.
His debut came in the year 2009 for his country Brazil replacing Marcelo against Estonia. He was dedicated to the bench in his debut match which was won by Brazil with 0-1.
His debut for senior career however came in 2003 for Figueirense. In his debut season he scored a single goal in 7 appearances in Serie A.
A never tiring and a tactical footballer which he inculcated training with the Dutch Club along with Rafael van der Vaart and Wesley Sneijder.
He was the only outfield player in La Liga who appeared all 38 games and scored twice.
Coming back from a major injury in 2010 on his right leg, he still managed to play the whole campaign. He was highly praised for his only match winning goal against Real Zaragoza in 2010.
He was voted as the best defender in 2013 in the Spanish League along with Miranda and Sergio Ramos.
Starting his career with Ajax in 2004, he continued changing teams every season from Rentistas to Real Madrid B to Deportivo La Coruña in the seasons 05, 06, 07 and till 2010 respectively.
He later moved to Atletico Madrid till 2014 and left it for Chelsea in 2015 only to come back again in the next season 2016.