Sevilla FC

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Club Name Sevilla Fútbol Club S.A.D.
Nickname(s) Sevillistas
Los Rojiblancos (The Red and Whites)
Los Nervionenses (The Ones from Nervión)
Los Palanganas (The Bathtubs)
Founded 1905
Stadium Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Manager Argentina Jorge Sampaoli
Division La Liga

Sevilla FC (pronounced sev-EE-ya) are a club in La Liga and based in Seville who are often considered to be one of the stronger sides just behind Real Madrid and Barcelona and very much on par with the likes of Villarreal and Valencia. The club returned to the Europa League final for a third consecutive time, facing Liverpool in the 2016 Final. After being down 1–0 at half-time, Sevilla bounced back in the second half to eventual win 1–3, with one goal scored from Kévin Gameiro and two from club captain Coke. The game, however, was marred in controversity after the linesman raised his flag in the lead up to the third goal.With the third consecutive Europa League title, Sevilla improved their record of most Europa League titles won, now having lifted the trophy five times in the span of only ten years


[edit] PES 2008

Antonio Puerta, who died suddenly in the beginning of the 2007/2008 season, was featured in PES 2008 despite the game being released after his death. However in PES 2009 he was in the PES Shop under the fake name of Puruza.

[edit] PES 2009

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Sev Blanco.

Their squad in Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 contains the likes of Javi Navarro, Sebastien Squillaci, Aldo Duscher, Aquivaldo Mosquera, Adriano Correia, Federico Fazio, Jesus Navas and prolific strikers such as Frederic Kanoute, Luis Fabiano and Javier Chevanton.

[edit] PES 2011

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Sev Blanco. The roster included top-notch offensive threats like Frederic Kanoute, Brazilian star Luis Fabiano and current Spanish national team members Alvaro Negredo and Jesus Navas.

Young players with high potential include the likes of Diego Perotti, Federico Fazio and Diego Capel, the latter transferred to Sporting Lisbon at the end of the season. Despite the strong defensive corps in the game, with internationals like Martin Caceres, Julien Escude, Fernando Navarro and defensive midfielders Didier Zokora and Gary Medel, the team defensive performance in real life was rather lackluster, leading team management to make improvements in this area a top priority during the off-season.

Despite being rated statistically among the best players in the team, Luca Cigarini and Koffi Ndri Romaric had disappointing seasons, with the Italian playmaker barely making a few appearances during his loan spell from Napoli. The arrivals of playmaker Ivan Rakitic and defensive "bulldog" Gary Medel in the winter transfer window meant their chances of playing were decreased even more. Abdoulay Konko was traded away during the winter, with the €9-million worth French player not making an impact in his nearly 3 years at the club.

The team experienced a surprising "changing of the guard" in net, with long-time captain and fan-favourite Andres Palop being relegated to backup duties thanks to the excellent form of Javi Varas, who rose from the ranks after years of hard work.

[edit] PES 2012

Although some of the new signings are not available until the updates are installed, the team saw more than 12 players transferred away or leaving for other teams on season-long loans at the request of the coach, who prefers to work with 24-25 man rosters.

The new coach and the club manager, Marcelino García Toral and Ramón Verdejo, decided to focus on team defense as well as enhancing midfield creativity while working within a limited budget, since Sevilla FC failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the second year in a row. The club acquired the full rights to Martin Caceres from FC Barcelona, signed tough Bosnian defender Emir Spahic (named Skarac in his national team) from Montpellier HSC and promising sideback Jorge Andujar Moreno, who was one of the most important Rayo Vallecano players last season, during which the Madrid-based club was promoted to La Liga.

German international Piotr Trochowski, former Getafe forward Manu del Moral and attacking midfielder Emiliano Armenteros (returning from a 20-goal loan spell at Rayo Vallecano have been the main offensive additions to the roster, as well as some recently promoted youngsters like Jose Campana and Luis Alberto Romero.

The team's system will not vary significantly, since Marcelino García Toral's teams usually play with a classic 4-4-2, with a 4-2-3-1 variation when he does not have two healthy strikers.

[edit] Current Squad

Pos. Name Information
GK.png SpainFlag.png Sergio Rico
CB.png SpainFlag.png Gabriel Mercado
CB.png ArgentinaFlag.png Nicolás Pareja
LB.png SpainFlag.png Pablo Sarabia
RB.png BrazilFlag.png Mariano
DMF.png FranceFlag.png Steven N'Zonzi
CMF.png SpainFlag.png Vitolo
LMF.png JapanFlag.png Hiroshi Kiyotake
RMF.png ItalyFlag.png Franco Vázquez
CF.png FranceFlag.png Wissam Ben Yedder
CF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Luciano Vietto LoanAtletico Madrid.png
GK.png SpainFlag.png David Soria
CB.png SpainFlag.png Diego González
CB.png PortugalFlag.png Daniel Carriço
CB.png FranceFlag.png Adil Rami
LB.png SpainFlag.png Sergio Escudero
RB.png FranceFlag.png Benoît Trémoulinas
DMF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Matías Kranevitter LoanAtletico Madrid.png
CMF.png SpainFlag.png Vicente Iborra
AMF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Joaquín Correa
AMF.png BrazilFlag.png Ganso
LWF.png UkraineFlag.png Yevhen Konoplyanka
GK.png SpainFlag.png Churripi
CB.png FranceFlag.png Timothée Kolodziejczak
CMF.png UruguayFlag.png Sebastián Cristóforo
LWF.png DenmarkFlag.png Michael Krohn-Dehli
SS.png SpainFlag.png Carlos Fernández
CF.png SpainFlag.png Juan Muñoz

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