Is Santi Cazorla still playing?

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Is Santi Cazorla still playing?

He temporarily relocated to Salamanca to complete a further recovery programme, with the aim of returning to play football in 2018; after further operations, however, this was revised to 2019. With his contract ending at the end of the 2017–18 season, it was announced that Cazorla would be leaving Arsenal.

How good is Santi Cazorla?

What followed was an absolute masterclass in counter-attacking football, and Cazorla was at the heart of it. Not only was he deadly from dead-ball situations, scoring a penalty and getting an assist from a free-kick, but he also nailed pretty much everything else. He could pass, he could dribble, he could even tackle.

Is Santi Cazorla a World Cup winner?

Santi Cazorla wrote his name large in Spain’s football history. He was a member of a golden generation that dominated world football for years, earning La Roja one FIFA World Cup™ and two UEFA European Championships. Despite some long and serious injuries, Cazorla’s playing career has still endured.

What age is Santi Cazorla?

36 years (December 13, 1984)
Santi Cazorla/Age

Which club is Santi Cazorla now?

Al Sadd SC#19 / Midfielder
Spain national football teamMidfielder
Santi Cazorla/Current teams

Which foot does Santi Cazorla use?

– Real Oviedo You

Name in home country: Santiago Cazorla González
Height: 1,68 m
Citizenship: Spain
Position: midfield – Central Midfield
Foot: both

How many goals did Cazorla score for Arsenal?

Premier League Playing Career

Club Apps (Subs) Goals
EFL Cup 0 (0) 0
FA Cup 0 (0) 0
UEFA Champions League 3 (0) 0
Arsenal 15 (0) 0

Who has the best weak foot in football?

Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 139 WEAK foot career goals, the Most in football History.

Which foot does Ronaldo use?

Cristiano Ronaldo scores 6 of every 10 goals with his right foot, 2 of every 10 goals with his left foot and 2 of every 10 goals with a header.

Does Messi ever use his right foot?

Messi is a one footed player and it hinders his play. His right foot is nowhere near up to par with his left, and it has led him to take some poor shots and sometimes causes him to lose the ball. Great players such as Messi’s Barcelona teammate, David Villa and Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney use both feet.

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