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Neven Subotic is a defender who plays for Borussia Dortmund. Subotic joined BVB with ex-manager Jurgen Klopp who was also his boss at Mainz 05. Subotic has formed a mean defensive partnership with Hummels and helped the club to back to back Bundesliga titles.
Belfast-born Jonny Evans is a tall and agile centre-back. An intelligent defender, he combines an uncompromising physical approach with the ability to pass the ball out from the back.
Jonny has risen through the United ranks to become an integral part of the first-team squad and 2011/12 was the season in which he truly came to the fore. The Northern Ireland international who received his first call-up before he had even made his United debut has blossomed into one of the best young defenders around. Handed a Champions League squad number at the start of the 2005/06 season, aged just 17, Evans was a burgeoning talent waiting to burst to prominence.
Given his opportunity by the sale of Gerard Pique in the summer of 2008, Jonny did that during the course of the 2008/09 campaign. Whenever called upon, Jonny's ice-cool calm is immediately apparent, even on huge stages like the San Siro or Stamford Bridge. His capacity for handling pressure is incredible, and stems partially from the extensive experience he gained out on loan.
Roy Keane, Jonny's boyhood hero, enlisted his former team-mate when he took the managerial reins at Sunderland, and Evans played a lead role in helping the Black Cats reach the Premier League. Midway through the 2007/08 campaign, by which time Jonny had made his United debut against Coventry, Keane came calling again and took Evans back to the Stadium of Light for another six months.
After returning from Wearside, he featured in every one of United's 2008/09 pre-season games and quickly became the Reds' contingency plan for whenever the rock-solid partnership of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic was broken up, filling the breach in every competition including the Reds' Club World Cup final and League Cup final victories, while 16 Premier League starts ensured a hat-trick of medals for the defender.
In the 2010/11 season Evans found himself competing with summer signing Chris Smalling for his place, and in March he picked up a straight red card for a tackle on Bolton's Stuart Holden. But the campaign finished on a high note as 13 league appearances were enough to earn Evans another winners' medal. The 2011/12 season was arguably Evans' best in a red shirt. Deputising for the injured Vidic, he made 28 league starts and found some fantastic form through playing regularly. He also broke his goal-duck in United's 5-0 demolition of Wolves in March.
The brave PJ Masks heroes are blasting off on an awesome adventure to the moon! The PJ Masks Super moon adventure HQ rocket lets kids recreate PJ Masks adventures. The rocket Features a special design inspired by the show As well as exciting lights and sounds. With the push of a button, Release the rocketship’s ramp and watch Gekko launch out on his space Rover! The cockpit can fit up to three PJ Masks figures inside for even more imaginative hero play. When the PJ Masks are ready for take-off, kids can fold up the legs and ramp and use the built-in handle to fly the HQ rocket around! Gekko and his space Rover come with the Super moon adventure rocket ship; other PJ Masks figures are sold separately. Fans can extend the Moon adventure with the rest of the super moon toys joining the collection, including a five-pack of collectible figures, individual figure sets, and space Rover vehicles. Each sold separately. Ages 3+
Ale Faurlin joined the Club in the summer of 2009 from Instituto de Cordoba and has since made his mark on the QPR faithful, becoming a pivotal player in our push for the Championship title two seasons ago, as well as our return to the Premier League last term. Faurlin was arguably one of the QPR's standout players of last season despite suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in January that signalled an abrupt end to his season.
After playing an impressive part in QPR's Championship-winning season of 2010/11, the Argentinean was, unsurprisingly, one of the first names on the team-sheet come the start of the following campaign. Inspired performances in Rangers' opening few games were instantly enhanced with an influx of new recruits following Tony Fernandes' takeover of the Club in August.
Undoubtedly one of the most technically-gifted players at QPR, Faurlin also showed a keen eye for goal, scoring at Wolverhampton Wanderers in September. His left-footed drive past Welsh international Wayne Hennessey helped the R's to a second away victory - and clean sheet - of the season.
Faurlin's performances then continued to go from strength to strength, with excellent displays against would-be Premier League champions Manchester City and Stoke City. His season, however, was cruelly cut short by that cruciate ligament injury picked up during Rangers' FA Cup third round fixture at MK Dons. Despite that, the cultured midfielder couldn't keep away from Loftus Road and was frequently spotted cheering on his team-mates for a difficult - but ultimately successful – run-in.
Charles Joseph John "Joe" Hart (born 19 April 1987) is an English football goalkeeper who plays for Premier League club Manchester City and the England national football team and was previously a regular for the England under-21 team.
Having made his competitive international debut in September 2010, Hart is now recognised as England's first choice goalkeeper.
Hart was nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2010 but lost out to eventual new team-mate at Manchester City, James Milner but was voted as the Premier League goalkeeper of the 2009-10 season in recognition of his performances at Birmingham City. He returned to Manchester City for the 2010-11 season and won the Barclays Golden Glove for keeping the most clean sheets throughout the Premier League Season.
Thiago Alcantara do Nascimento (born 11 April 1991), known simply asThiago, is a Spanish football player. He currently plays as a centralmidfielder for FC Barcelona. His vision, ball control and passingabilities have made him one of the most promising young players inEurope.
FC Barcelona - Early career
On 17 May 2009, aged 18 years old, Thiago made his debut with the firstteam when he came on as a substitute for Eiour Guojohnsen in the 63rdminute against RCD Mallorca. On 20 February 2010, after coming on as asubtitute for Yaya Toure in the 76th minute, Thiago scored his firstgoal for Barcelona's first team in a 4-0 win against Racing deSantander at the Camp Nou. His second goal came in a game against UDAlmeria on 9 April 2011, to make the score 2-1. He scored his thirdgoal against Real Sociedad in a start. He ended the 2010-11 season with17 games, three goals, and three assists under his belt. On 29 June2011, Thiago signed a contract renewal keeping him at Barcelona until30 June 2015, with a buyout clause of 30 million Euro's.
Thiago started the 2011-12 in the first leg of the Spanish Supercopamatch against rivals Real Madrid being substituted by Xavi after 58minutes. He then scored on Barcelona's first La Liga match of theseason in a 5-0 home thriller against Villarreal CF.
Get crafting with the adorable Fuzzikins Dozy Cats set! Customise these cute kits by drawing markings and creating accessories for them. When it’s time for bed, create three colourful sleeping bags and tuck them up inside. When craft time is over, it’s ready for playtime!
Ryan Dominic Bertrand is an English footballer who plays for Chelsea and England national team. Primarily a left-back, Bertrand has been described by his former manager Glenn Roeder as a defender who "likes to bomb forward and is tenacious in the tackle when defending."
Born in Southwark, London, Bertrand began his youth career at Gillingham, before signing for Chelsea in July 2005. Where he graduated from their youth system and was sent on-loan to various club between 2006 and 2010. He made his full debut for Chelsea on 20 April 2011, six years after joining them, in a fixture against Birmingham City. In the 2011-12 season, Bertrand signed a new four-year contract with Chelsea and was made understudy to Ashley Cole, whom he described a "fantastic role model." On 19 May 2012, Bertrand became the first player to make his Champions League debut in the final, starting in an unfamiliar left wing role in front of Cole; the club beat Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalies. He has honours with Chelsea, including an FA Cup and UEFA Champions League titles.
Bertrand is an England international, having represented 'the three Lions' at under-17, under-18, under-19, under-20, under-21 and senior levels. On 15 August 2012, he made his debut for the England senior team in a friendly against Italy, ending in a 2-1 win.
Chelsea 2012-13 season
Bertrand scored his first professional goal for Chelsea in the Community Shield match against Manchester City on 12 August 2012, which they went on to lose 3-2. He started in the first league game of the season against Wigan playing as a winger. On 5 September 2012, Bertrand signed a new improved five-year contract with Chelsea. Bertrand scored his second goal of the season, in a Capital One Cup match against Wolves on the 25th September, scoring from 23 yards out, as Chelsea won 6-0