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Álvaro Arbeloa

In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Arbeloa and the second or maternal family name is Coca.

Álvaro Arbeloa Coca (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 17 January 1983) is a Spanish retired footballer. He predominantly played as a right back, although he also occasionally played on the left side.

Álvaro Arbeloa
Arbeloa in 2010
Personal information
Full name Álvaro Arbeloa Coca
Date of birth (1983-01-17)17 January 1983 (age 38)
Place of birth Salamanca, Spain
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Position(s) Full back
Youth career
1995–2001 Zaragoza
2001–2002 Real Madrid
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2003 Real Madrid C 16 (0)
2003–2006 Real Madrid B 84 (0)
2004–2006 Real Madrid 2 (0)
2006–2007 Deportivo La Coruña 20 (0)
2007–2009 Liverpool 66 (2)
2009–2016 Real Madrid 153 (3)
2016–2017 West Ham United 3 (0)
Total 344 (5)
National team
2001 Spain U17 1 (0)
2001 Spain U19 4 (0)
2005 Spain U21 1 (0)
2008–2013 Spain 56 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 04:32, 4 December 2016 (UTC)

He started his professional career with Real Madrid, playing mostly with the reserves. In 2006 he moved to Deportivo, joining Liverpool after half a season and going on to appear in 98 official matches over three Premier League seasons. In 2009, he returned to Real Madrid for a fee of £5 million, spending seven years there and winning eight major titles, including the 2011–12 edition of La Liga and two Champions League titles.

Arbeloa earned 56 caps for Spain, representing the country at the 2010 World Cup, Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 and winning all three tournaments.

Contents

Real Madrid

Arbeloa was born in Salamanca, León, relocating with his family to Zaragoza at the age of four. He started playing football at local Real Zaragoza, joining Real Madrid's youth system at the age of 18.

Arbeloa spent three full seasons with Real Madrid Castilla, the reserve team, two of those spent in Segunda División B. In 2004–05, he contributed with 32 games and one goal – playoffs included – as they returned to Segunda División after a 14-year absence; on 16 October 2004, he made his La Liga debut with the main squad, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 1–1 away draw against Real Betis.

Deportivo

On 24 July 2006, Arbeloa signed for Deportivo de La Coruña, with Real Madrid being entitled to 50% of any transfer occurring in the following three years. He said of his departure: "This is a strange situation for me; I have been playing for Real Madrid for five years, since I was 16", adding "Real always has the best players. There were eight defenders in the squad, something had to give in."

During his six-month spell with the team from Galicia, Arbeloa featured in 21 official games, 18 of his league appearances being complete.

Liverpool

Arbeloa playing for Liverpool in 2007

Arbeloa signed for English club Liverpool on 31 January 2007, managed by countryman Rafael Benítez. He made his Premier League debut on 10 February, replacing Jermaine Pennant for the final 15 minutes of the 1–2 away loss to Newcastle United.

Arbeloa made his first start for the Reds against FC Barcelona, in the 2006–07 edition of the UEFA Champions League. He featured as a left-back at the Camp Nou, as his stronger right foot could stop Lionel Messi who had a tendency to cut his runs towards the center of the field – his team won it 2–1 and eventually 2–2 on aggregate, with the player also featuring the full 90 minutes at Anfield.

Arbeloa scored his first goal for Liverpool against Reading, on 7 April 2007. He replaced Steve Finnan in the last minutes of the Champions League final, a 1–2 loss to A.C. Milan.

Arbeloa's squad number changed from 2 to 17 for 2007–08, due to personal preference. He cemented a first-team place in that campaign, playing 41 matches all competitions comprised in a fourth-place finish.

On 17 May 2009, in a match against West Bromwich Albion, Arbeloa was involved in an on-field clash with teammate Jamie Carragher – the two had to be separated by Daniel Agger, Xabi Alonso, Emiliano Insúa and Pepe Reina. Carragher later explained that he clashed with Arbeloa as a moment of poor defending from the latter threatened the clean sheet, further explaining "we want to keep a clean sheet and we want Pepe to have a chance of the Golden Glove for the fourth season running"; Benítez refused to comment about the incident.

Return to Real Madrid

Arbeloa playing for Real Madrid in 2012

On 29 July 2009, it was announced that Real Madrid and Liverpool had reached an agreement on the transfer of Arbeloa, for a fee of £5 million and a five-year contract.

After the departure of Míchel Salgado and Miguel Torres, Arbeloa was handed the number 2 jersey. He played the vast majority of his first season in his second stint as a left-back, netting his first goal on 13 February 2010 in a 3–0 away win against Xerez CD. His second came in the Madrid Derby on 28 March, scoring with his right foot past David de Gea in the 3–2 win over Atlético Madrid; under new manager José Mourinho, he celebrated his tenth appearance in the Champions League with his first goal in the competition, netting from outside the penalty area in a 4–0 success at AFC Ajax for the group stage.

In the 2011–12 campaign, due to Ricardo Carvalho's lengthy injury, Sergio Ramos was relocated to centre-back and Arbeloa begun appearing almost exclusively on the right side of the back four. On 1 August 2012, he extended his link to the club until June 2016.

Subsequently, Arbeloa became a fringe player. In 2015–16 he appeared in just nine matches across all competitions, two of those being in the Champions League which was won for the second time in three years; on 8 May 2016, he confirmed he would leave on 30 June.

West Ham United

On 31 August 2016, Arbeloa returned to the Premier League for the first time in seven years, signing for West Ham United for one season. He made his debut on 21 September, playing the full 90 minutes in a 1–0 home win over Accrington Stanley in the EFL Cup.

Arbeloa was released at the end of the campaign after having made just four competitive appearances, three in the league. He retired in June 2017 at the age of 34, after a professional career that spanned 15 years.

Arbeloa on the ball during the Euro 2012 final

On 1 February 2008, Arbeloa was called up to the Spanish national team for the first time, for a friendly with France in Málaga, but he was forced to pull out because of injury. He made his debut on 26 March against Italy, and was picked for UEFA Euro 2008's final stages, appearing in the first round match against Greece (2–1 win) as the nation emerged victorious.

Arbeloa's versatility saw him being called up for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup, again as Ramos backup. His contribution in the latter tournament, which also ended in victory, consisted of 14 minutes in the 2–0 group stage defeat of Honduras.

Vicente del Bosque selected Arbeloa for the following tournament, Euro 2012. Due to Carles Puyol's absence, however, he was now part of the starting XI alongside Ramos, Gerard Piqué and Jordi Alba, with Spain only conceding once in six contests and winning the tournament.

Club

Club Season League National Cup League Cup1 Europe2 Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Real Madrid Castilla 2003–04 Segunda División B 22 0 22 0
2004–05 Segunda División B 28 0 28 0
2005–06 Segunda División 34 0 34 0
Total 84 0 84 0
Real Madrid 2004–05 La Liga 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0
Deportivo de La Coruña 2006–07 La Liga 20 0 0 0 0 0 20 0
Liverpool 2006–07 Premier League 9 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 14 1
2007–08 Premier League 28 0 1 0 3 0 9 0 41 0
2008–09 Premier League 29 1 2 0 0 0 12 0 43 1
Total 66 2 3 0 3 0 26 0 98 2
Real Madrid 2009–10 La Liga 30 2 2 0 6 0 38 2
2010–11 La Liga 26 0 8 0 9 1 43 1
2011–12 La Liga 26 0 3 0 0 0 9 0 38 0
2012–13 La Liga 26 0 6 0 2 0 7 0 40 0
2013–14 La Liga 18 0 8 0 4 1 30 1
2014–15 La Liga 22 1 3 0 0 0 10 1 35 2
2015–16 La Liga 6 0 1 0 2 0 9 0
Total 153 3 31 0 2 0 47 3 233 6
West Ham United 2016–17 Premier League 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0
Career total 328 5 36 0 6 0 73 3 443 8

International

Spain
Year Apps Goals
2008 4 0
2009 8 0
2010 8 0
2011 12 0
2012 13 0
2013 11 0
Total 56 0

Liverpool

Real Madrid

Spain

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Alvaro Arbeloa Language Watch Edit In this Spanish name the first or paternal surname is Arbeloa and the second or maternal family name is Coca Alvaro Arbeloa Coca Spanish pronunciation ˈalbaɾo aɾbeˈloa ˈkoka born 17 January 1983 is a Spanish retired footballer He predominantly played as a right back although he also occasionally played on the left side 4 5 Alvaro ArbeloaArbeloa in 2010Personal informationFull nameAlvaro Arbeloa Coca 1 Date of birth 1983 01 17 17 January 1983 age 38 2 Place of birthSalamanca Spain 2 Height1 84 m 6 ft 0 in 3 Position s Full backYouth career1995 2001Zaragoza2001 2002Real MadridSenior career YearsTeamApps Gls 2002 2003Real Madrid C16 0 2003 2006Real Madrid B84 0 2004 2006Real Madrid2 0 2006 2007Deportivo La Coruna20 0 2007 2009Liverpool66 2 2009 2016Real Madrid153 3 2016 2017West Ham United3 0 Total344 5 National team2001Spain U171 0 2001Spain U194 0 2005Spain U211 0 2008 2013Spain56 0 Honours Representing SpainFIFA World CupWinner 2010 South AfricaUEFA European ChampionshipWinner 2008 Austria SwitzerlandWinner 2012 Poland Ukraine Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 04 32 4 December 2016 UTC He started his professional career with Real Madrid playing mostly with the reserves In 2006 he moved to Deportivo joining Liverpool after half a season and going on to appear in 98 official matches over three Premier League seasons In 2009 he returned to Real Madrid for a fee of 5 million spending seven years there and winning eight major titles including the 2011 12 edition of La Liga and two Champions League titles Arbeloa earned 56 caps for Spain representing the country at the 2010 World Cup Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 and winning all three tournaments Contents 1 Club career 1 1 Real Madrid 1 2 Deportivo 1 3 Liverpool 1 4 Return to Real Madrid 1 5 West Ham United 2 International career 3 Career statistics 3 1 Club 3 2 International 4 Honours 5 References 6 External linksClub career EditReal Madrid Edit Arbeloa was born in Salamanca Leon relocating with his family to Zaragoza at the age of four He started playing football at local Real Zaragoza joining Real Madrid s youth system at the age of 18 6 Arbeloa spent three full seasons with Real Madrid Castilla the reserve team two of those spent in Segunda Division B In 2004 05 he contributed with 32 games and one goal playoffs included as they returned to Segunda Division after a 14 year absence on 16 October 2004 he made his La Liga debut with the main squad coming on as a second half substitute in a 1 1 away draw against Real Betis 7 Deportivo Edit On 24 July 2006 Arbeloa signed for Deportivo de La Coruna with Real Madrid being entitled to 50 of any transfer occurring in the following three years 8 He said of his departure This is a strange situation for me I have been playing for Real Madrid for five years since I was 16 adding Real always has the best players There were eight defenders in the squad something had to give in 9 During his six month spell with the team from Galicia Arbeloa featured in 21 official games 18 of his league appearances being complete 10 11 Liverpool Edit Arbeloa playing for Liverpool in 2007 Arbeloa signed for English club Liverpool on 31 January 2007 managed by countryman Rafael Benitez 12 13 He made his Premier League debut on 10 February replacing Jermaine Pennant for the final 15 minutes of the 1 2 away loss to Newcastle United 14 Arbeloa made his first start for the Reds against FC Barcelona in the 2006 07 edition of the UEFA Champions League He featured as a left back at the Camp Nou as his stronger right foot could stop Lionel Messi who had a tendency to cut his runs towards the center of the field his team won it 2 1 15 and eventually 2 2 on aggregate with the player also featuring the full 90 minutes at Anfield 16 Arbeloa scored his first goal for Liverpool against Reading on 7 April 2007 17 He replaced Steve Finnan in the last minutes of the Champions League final a 1 2 loss to A C Milan 18 Arbeloa s squad number changed from 2 to 17 for 2007 08 due to personal preference 19 He cemented a first team place in that campaign playing 41 matches all competitions comprised in a fourth place finish On 17 May 2009 in a match against West Bromwich Albion Arbeloa was involved in an on field clash with teammate Jamie Carragher the two had to be separated by Daniel Agger Xabi Alonso Emiliano Insua and Pepe Reina Carragher later explained that he clashed with Arbeloa as a moment of poor defending from the latter threatened the clean sheet further explaining we want to keep a clean sheet and we want Pepe to have a chance of the Golden Glove for the fourth season running Benitez refused to comment about the incident 20 Return to Real Madrid Edit Arbeloa playing for Real Madrid in 2012 On 29 July 2009 it was announced that Real Madrid and Liverpool had reached an agreement on the transfer of Arbeloa for a fee of 5 million and a five year contract 21 22 After the departure of Michel Salgado and Miguel Torres Arbeloa was handed the number 2 jersey He played the vast majority of his first season in his second stint as a left back netting his first goal on 13 February 2010 in a 3 0 away win against Xerez CD 23 His second came in the Madrid Derby on 28 March scoring with his right foot past David de Gea in the 3 2 win over Atletico Madrid 24 under new manager Jose Mourinho he celebrated his tenth appearance in the Champions League with his first goal in the competition netting from outside the penalty area in a 4 0 success at AFC Ajax for the group stage 25 In the 2011 12 campaign due to Ricardo Carvalho s lengthy injury Sergio Ramos was relocated to centre back and Arbeloa begun appearing almost exclusively on the right side of the back four On 1 August 2012 he extended his link to the club until June 2016 26 27 Subsequently Arbeloa became a fringe player 28 29 In 2015 16 30 he appeared in just nine matches across all competitions two of those being in the Champions League which was won for the second time in three years 31 32 on 8 May 2016 he confirmed he would leave on 30 June 33 West Ham United Edit On 31 August 2016 Arbeloa returned to the Premier League for the first time in seven years signing for West Ham United for one season 34 He made his debut on 21 September playing the full 90 minutes in a 1 0 home win over Accrington Stanley in the EFL Cup 35 Arbeloa was released at the end of the campaign after having made just four competitive appearances three in the league 36 He retired in June 2017 at the age of 34 after a professional career that spanned 15 years 37 International career Edit Arbeloa on the ball during the Euro 2012 final On 1 February 2008 Arbeloa was called up to the Spanish national team for the first time for a friendly with France in Malaga but he was forced to pull out because of injury 38 He made his debut on 26 March against Italy 39 and was picked for UEFA Euro 2008 s final stages appearing in the first round match against Greece 2 1 win 40 as the nation emerged victorious Arbeloa s versatility saw him being called up for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup again as Ramos backup His contribution in the latter tournament which also ended in victory consisted of 14 minutes in the 2 0 group stage defeat of Honduras 41 Vicente del Bosque selected Arbeloa for the following tournament Euro 2012 42 43 Due to Carles Puyol s absence however he was now part of the starting XI alongside Ramos Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba with Spain only conceding once in six contests and winning the tournament 44 Career statistics EditClub Edit 45 46 Club Season League National Cup League Cup1 Europe2 TotalDivision Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps GoalsReal Madrid Castilla 2003 04 Segunda Division B 22 0 22 02004 05 Segunda Division B 28 0 28 02005 06 Segunda Division 34 0 34 0Total 84 0 84 0Real Madrid 2004 05 La Liga 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0Deportivo de La Coruna 2006 07 La Liga 20 0 0 0 0 0 20 0Liverpool 2006 07 Premier League 9 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 14 12007 08 Premier League 28 0 1 0 3 0 9 0 41 02008 09 Premier League 29 1 2 0 0 0 12 0 43 1Total 66 2 3 0 3 0 26 0 98 2Real Madrid 2009 10 La Liga 30 2 2 0 6 0 38 22010 11 La Liga 26 0 8 0 9 1 43 12011 12 La Liga 26 0 3 0 0 0 9 0 38 02012 13 La Liga 26 0 6 0 2 0 7 0 40 02013 14 La Liga 18 0 8 0 4 1 30 12014 15 La Liga 22 1 3 0 0 0 10 1 35 22015 16 La Liga 6 0 1 0 2 0 9 0Total 153 3 31 0 2 0 47 3 233 6West Ham United 2016 17 Premier League 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0Career total 328 5 36 0 6 0 73 3 443 81 Includes League Cup and Supercopa de Espana 2 Includes UEFA Champions League UEFA Europa League UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup International Edit 47 SpainYear Apps Goals2008 4 02009 8 02010 8 02011 12 02012 13 02013 11 0Total 56 0Honours EditLiverpool 48 UEFA Champions League runner up 2006 07 Real Madrid 49 La Liga 2011 12 Copa del Rey 2010 11 2013 14 runner up 2012 13 Supercopa de Espana 2012 runner up 2011 2014 UEFA Champions League 2013 14 2015 16 FIFA Club World Cup 2014 UEFA Super Cup 2014 Spain 49 FIFA World Cup 2010 UEFA European Championship 2008 2012 FIFA Confederations Cup runner up 2013 third place 2009References Edit FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010 List of players PDF FIFA 4 June 2010 p 29 Archived from the original PDF on 16 June 2010 Retrieved 13 September 2013 a b Alvaro Arbeloa Coca El Mundo in Spanish Retrieved 12 April 2020 Arbeloa Real Madrid Archived from the original on 23 February 2014 Retrieved 19 June 2013 Sanchez Flor Ulises 15 October 2010 Arbeloa es el jugador numero 12 Arbeloa is player number 12 Marca in Spanish Retrieved 19 June 2013 Rodrigalvarez Eduardo 1 June 2012 El comodin de la defensa The joker of defence El Pais in Spanish Retrieved 19 June 2013 Carrasco Carlos 19 February 2012 Alvaro Arbeloa el espartano incansable Alvaro Arbeloa the tireless spartan in Spanish Defensa Central Retrieved 19 June 2013 Artus Jose Luis 17 October 2004 Ni ambicion No ambition Mundo Deportivo in Spanish Retrieved 19 June 2013 El Real Madrid traspasa a Alvaro Arbeloa al Deportivo de La Coruna Real Madrid transfer Alvaro Arbeloa to Deportivo de La Coruna Diario AS in Spanish 24 July 2006 Retrieved 12 April 2020 Alvaro Arbeloa se marcha al Depor Alvaro Arbeloa goes to Depor in Spanish 86400 25 July 2006 Retrieved 19 June 2013 Arbeloa es el ex jugador del Castilla mas utilizado Arbeloa is the most used former Castilla player Diario AS in Spanish 29 September 2006 Retrieved 2 May 2018 Garcia Gonzalez Antia 21 February 2013 Yo jugue en el Depor Alvaro Arbeloa I played for Depor Alvaro Arbeloa in Spanish Vavel Retrieved 2 May 2018 Reds swoop for Spanish pair Liverpool F C 31 January 2007 Retrieved 17 August 2014 Arbeloa and Duran join Liverpool BBC Sport 31 January 2007 Retrieved 19 June 2013 Sinnott John 10 February 2007 Newcastle 2 1 Liverpool BBC Sport Retrieved 26 May 2017 Bevan Chris 21 February 2007 Barcelona 1 2 Liverpool BBC Sport Retrieved 19 June 2013 McNulty Phil 6 March 2007 Liverpool 0 1 Barcelona agg 2 2 BBC Sport Retrieved 19 June 2013 Reading 1 2 Liverpool BBC Sport 7 April 2007 Retrieved 25 November 2009 McNulty Phil 23 May 2007 AC Milan 2 1 Liverpool BBC Sport Retrieved 19 June 2013 20 questions with Alvaro Arbeloa Liverpool F C 2007 Retrieved 2 May 2018 Sanghera Mandeep 17 May 2009 West Brom 0 2 Liverpool BBC Sport Retrieved 19 June 2013 Comunicado oficial Official announcement in Spanish Real Madrid 29 July 2009 Archived from the original on 1 August 2009 Retrieved 19 June 2013 Arbeloa completes return to Madrid UEFA 29 July 2009 Retrieved 19 June 2013 Garcia Miguel Angel 13 February 2010 Un Formula 1 pasa por Chapin A Formula 1 goes through Chapin Marca in Spanish Spain Retrieved 26 May 2017 Higuain nets vital winner ESPN Soccernet 28 March 2010 Archived from the original on 22 June 2011 Retrieved 29 March 2010 El Madrid da una exhibicion ante el Ajax y pasara como primero a octavos Madrid show powers against Ajax and will reach round of 16 as first in Spanish Real Madrid 23 November 2010 Archived from the original on 1 January 2014 Retrieved 19 June 2013 Zarate oscar 26 July 2012 El sueldo nada espartano de Arbeloa Arbeloa s unspartan wages Mundo Deportivo in Spanish Retrieved 30 May 2016 Official announcement Real Madrid 1 August 2012 Archived from the original on 6 June 2013 Retrieved 1 August 2012 Pinero Alberto 3 August 2013 Alvaro Arbeloa y los jugadores que no tienen sitio en este Real Madrid Alvaro Arbeloa and the players without a place in this Real Madrid in Spanish Goal Retrieved 30 May 2016 Gonzalez Martin Tomas 22 August 2015 Benitez descarta a Illarra Cheryshev y Arbeloa Benitez discards Illarra Cheryshev and Arbeloa ABC in Spanish Retrieved 30 May 2016 Del Pozo Joaquin 10 February 2016 Danilo Nacho y Arbeloa listos para sustituir a Marcelo Danilo Nacho and Arbeloa ready to replace Marcelo Diario AS in Spanish Retrieved 30 May 2016 Rodriguez Jaime 13 May 2016 Arbeloa Un topo Hay cosas que nunca pueden salir del vestuario Arbeloa A snitch Some things may never leave the locker room El Mundo in Spanish Retrieved 30 May 2016 Spot on Real Madrid defeat Atletico in final again UEFA 28 May 2016 Retrieved 29 May 2016 Santos Chozas Sergio 8 May 2016 Arbeloa adios al Bernabeu Arbeloa farewell to the Bernabeu Diario AS in Spanish Retrieved 15 July 2016 Thomas Lyall 31 August 2016 West Ham sign free agent Alvaro Arbeloa on one year deal Sky Sports Retrieved 31 August 2016 West Ham United 1 0 Accrington Stanley BBC Sport 21 September 2016 Retrieved 21 September 2016 West Ham United issue retain list West Ham United 25 May 2017 Retrieved 26 May 2017 Calderon Jose Luis 24 June 2017 Arbeloa retires The time has come to say goodbye Marca Spain Retrieved 24 June 2017 Elkington Mark 1 February 2008 Update 2 Soccer Krkic called up by Spain for France friendly Reuters Retrieved 1 February 2008 Ramos Alberto 27 March 2008 Espana domino y Villa culmino la victoria ante los campeones del mundo 1 0 Spain dominated and Villa crowned win against the world champions 1 0 20 minutos in Spanish Retrieved 2 May 2018 McKenzie Andrew 18 June 2008 Russia 2 0 Sweden amp Greece 1 2 Spain BBC Sport Retrieved 19 June 2013 Stevenson Jonathan 21 June 2010 Spain 2 0 Honduras BBC Sport Retrieved 19 June 2013 Pedro entra en la lista de Vicente del Bosque para la Eurocopa 2012 Pedro makes Vicente del Bosque squad for 2012 Eurocup Sport in Spanish 27 May 2012 Retrieved 28 June 2017 History UEFA Retrieved 24 June 2017 Atkin John 1 July 2012 Spain overpower Italy to win UEFA EURO 2012 UEFA Retrieved 28 June 2017 Alvaro Arbeloa at ESPN FC Arbeloa Soccerway Retrieved 14 May 2014 Alvaro Arbeloa European Football Retrieved 11 August 2019 Alvaro Arbeloa Liverpool F C Retrieved 9 April 2018 a b Arbeloa Soccerway Retrieved 2 May 2018 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Alvaro Arbeloa Real Madrid official profile at the Wayback Machine archived 2014 02 23 Alvaro Arbeloa at 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