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Encyclopedia > Sanz Luis Garcia

Sanz Luis Garcia (born June 24, 1978, known commonly as Luis Garcia), is a Spanish football player. He currently plays (as of 2005) for Liverpool F.C. and wears the number 10. He has previously played for FC Barcelona, Tenerife and Real Valladolid, all in the Liga. Garcia is generally employed in the "hole" position behind the striker and in front of the midfielders.


Garcia was signed by Rafael Benitez for Liverpool in August 2004 for a fee of £6 million, who has coached Garcia while he was at Tenerife.


Garcia made his Premiership debut against Bolton Wanderers on 29 August 2004, a game that Liverpool lost 1-0. Garcia did manage to score in the game, but the goal was dubiously ruled out for off-side.


Against West Bromwich Albion at Anfield on 11 September 2004, Garcia scored his first goal for Liverpool. As of 9 November 2004 he has also scored 2 more goals against Norwich FC and Charlton FC respectively.


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English Football - Luis Javier Garc√≠a Sanz (635 words)
Luis Javier García Sanz (born June 24, 1978 in Badalona, Catalonia, Spain), commonly known as Luis García, is a Catalan Spanish football player.
Luis Garcia was signed by Rafael Benítez for Liverpool in August 2004 for a fee of £6 million (Benítez coached him when they were at Tenerife together).
Garcia was suspended for the 2006 FA Cup win against West Ham, having been sent off in a Premier League game just days after his semi-final winner, ironically against West Ham, Liverpool’s opponents in the final.
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