Gabriel Heinze Profile

Gab­riel Hein­ze qui­ckly settled down at Man­chester Uni­ted and made his Pre­mier Lea­gue de­but for The Reds in a 2–2 draw wi­th loc­al rivals Bol­ton Wan­derers at Ree­bok Sta­dium on the 11th of Septem­ber 2004. Af­ter rack­ing up 52 Pre­mier Lea­gue ap­pear­ances for Man­chester Uni­ted, he fell out wi­th man­ager Sir Al­ex Fer­guson and sig­ned wi­th Span­ish La Liga gi­ants Re­al Mad­rid for an es­tim­ated trans­fer fee of £8 mil­lion at the start of the 2007-08 cam­paign. A few years la­ter, how­ever, the hot-tempered play­er ad­mit­ted in pub­lic that he deeply re­gret­ted the move away from Man­chester Uni­ted. An in­ter­na­tion­al for Ar­gen­tina, Hein­ze was han­ded his full in­ter­na­tion­al de­but for The White and Sky Blue in a 3-1 win over Libya at Tripoli Sta­dium on the 30th of April 2003 and pro­ceeded to play 71 ga­mes for the coun­try of his bir­th. Gab­riel Hein­ze Play­ing Ca­reer: Newell’s Old Boys, Re­al Val­lad­ol­id, Sport­ing Lis­bon, Par­is Saint-Ger­main, Man­chester Uni­ted, Re­al Mad­rid, Mar­seille, AS Roma, Newell’s Old Boys. Man­aging Ca­reer: Godoy Cruz, Ar­gen­ti­nos Ju­ni­ors, Velez Sarsfield.


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