Federico Fazio | Argentine Footballer

Federico Fazio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 17 1987. Fazio started learning football when he was young. In 2005, he became a professional football player of the Primera B Nacional with Ferro Carril Oeste. For his outstanding performance and unremitting efforts, he was bought by a Spanish club Sevilla FC in 2007. For the absences of two football players, he took an important position in the football team, obtaining the qualification to the UEFA cup. In 2007, he accomplished the first appearance with the main squad in August.

In the next year, the football team finished at the third place but Fazio with slightly less and saw time at both places. Due to severe injuries, he only participated in ten league matches. In August, 2014, Fazio signed a four-year contract with the Tottenham Hotspur for a large sum of transfer fee. In 2016, he was loaned to A.S. Roma with Italians, in which he got the opportunity to become a regular member of the football club for €3.2 million.

Gabriel Mercado

Gabriel Mercado is a young but excellent footballer of the Argentina national football team. He was born in Puerto Madryn, Argentina on 18 March 1987. Before play for Racing Club, Mercado started learning football when he was young. In 2017, he accomplished his professional appearance in a match with San Lorenzo. For superb talents and hard work, he became a regular member of the football club. In July, 2010, he transferred to Estudiantes de La Plata for $800,000. Then, he reached an agreement with River Plate in 2012 for better development.

After a short time, he transferred to La Liga side Sevilla from River Plate by manager Jorge Sampaoli to take the place of previous captain Coke. Having lived up to expectations of all, he win his first goal for the team in September of the same year. In 2010, he earned his first cap, on behalf of the Argentina national football team, at an international football match. Many loyal fans believed that he could become an outstanding and superb professional football players after a period.