Valencia CF

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This article is about the Spanish football team. For the Manchester United midfielder, Antonio Valencia, click here
Club Name València Club de Fútbol, S.A.D.
Nickname(s) Los Che, Chotos (goats), Valencianistas, Els taronja (The Orange)
Founded 1919
Stadium Camp de Mestalla
Manager Spain Ernesto Valverde
Division La Liga

Valencia C.F. (pronounced val-EN-see-a or val-EN-thee-a), also referred to as Los Che, are a playable La Liga outfit on Pro Evolution Soccer 2008. The club has featured on every version of Pro Evolution Soccer game to date, dating back to the first game of the series, Pro Evolution Soccer.


[edit] PES

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Valencia.

[edit] PES 2

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Andalucia.

[edit] PES 3

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Naranja.

[edit] PES 2009

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Val Narangja.

[edit] PES 2010

They have one of best strikers in the game through David Villa. They have many other consistent players such as Juan Mata, Joaquin Sanchez, Vicente and David Silva.

They are a team who likes to go forward but are prone at the back. They have a limited amount of defenders, those of which are well past their peak and are reaching their decline in their development curve.

[edit] Current Squad

Pos. Name Information
GK.png BrazilFlag.png Diego Alves
CB.png FranceFlag.png Adil Rami
CB.png SpainFlag.png Victor Ruiz Torre
RB.png PortugalFlag.png Joao Pereira
LB.png FranceFlag.png Aly Cissokho
CMF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Tino Costa
AMF.png SpainFlag.png Daniel Parejo
AMF.png AlgeriaFlag.png Sofiane Feghouli
LMF.png MexicoFlag.png Andres Guardado
SS.png BrazilFlag.png Jonas Goncalves Oliveira
CF.png SpainFlag.png Roberto Soldado CAPTAIN
GK.png SpainFlag.png Vicente Guaita
CB.png PortugalFlag.png Ricardo Costa
RB.png SpainFlag.png Antonio Barragan
LB.png FranceFlag.png Jeremy Mathieu
DMF.png SpainFlag.png David Albelda
DMF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Fernando Gago
CMF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Ever Banega
LMF.png SpainFlag.png Juan Bernat
AMF.png SpainFlag.png Sergio Canales
SS.png ArgentinaFlag.png Pablo Piatti
SS.png SpainFlag.png Jonathan Viera
SS.png ParaguayFlag.png Nelson Haedo Valdez
SS.png ColombiaFlag.png Dorlan Pabon

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