Roberto Soldado

He came through the youth ranks at Don Bosco and Real Madrid before he was handed his debut by Real in 2005. He also spent time on loan at Osasuna before moving to Getafe and then Valencia. He moved to the Premier League with Tottenham in 2013, and received his first Spain cap in 2007.


7 Tottenham Subs From Mauricio Pochettino's First Game: Where Are They Now?

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United scores a headed goal from a corner past Brad Friedel of Tottenham Hotspur during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and...

It’s a bit of an unusual time to be doing this video, since up until about a month and a half ago Mauricio Pochettino had one of the safest jobs in world football. Under his stewardship, Tottenham have become regular fixtures in the Champions League, finishing second once and third twice in the Premier League, and even reaching the Champions League final last season.

Real Madrid Castilla's Top 7 Scorers: Where Are They Now?

Cristo Ramon Gonzalez of Real Madrid CF (L) competes for the ball with Marc Bartra of Real Betis Balompie (R) during the La Liga match between Real Betis Balompie and Real Madrid CF at...

For those of you who don’t know, Real Madrid Castilla are the reserve team of Spanish giants Real Madrid. In Spain, unlike in England, reserve teams are allowed to enter the football league system, and Real Madrid Castilla currently compete in the third tier of Spanish football, they play at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium and they are managed by former Real great Raul Gonzalez. They cannot, however, ever play in the same league as the senior team, and they - like all reserve sides - are no longer allowed to enter the Copa del Rey.