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Fabio Coentrao

27-Year-Old Defender     Monaco  Ligue 1      Full Name: Fabio Alexandre Da Silva Coentrao


Birthdate:  March 10, 1988    Birthplace:  Vila Do Conde    Nationality:  Portugal    Height:  5' 10"    Weight:  146 lbs    
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August 26, 2015    Fabio Coentrao News

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Coentrao has joined Monaco on a season-long loan, BBC Sport reports.

The fullback fell out of favor at Real Madrid last season and has now been loaned out to French side Monaco for the rest of the season. Coentrao was signed from Benfica for 25m in 2011 but has fallen down the pecking order lately.

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July 11, 2015

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Coentrao will not play in the International Champions Cup because of a thigh injury, reports.

Coentrao played only 16 times in La Liga last season, as he is firmly stuck behind Marcelo on the depth chart, and the latest ailment will do nothing to get him closer to the pitch.

June 10, 2015

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Coentrao started just nine matches for Real Madrid this season, contributing a single assist in 14 total appearances.

The Portuguese would start on nearly any other club in world football, but happens to be behind Marcelo on the depth chart at the Bernabeu. Coentrao is likely to move on this summer and has been linked especially to Chelsea in the past week.

May 10, 2015

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Coentrao played 45 minutes and conceded twice Saturday as Real Madrid were held to a 2-2 tie with Valencia.

Coentrao hasn't been in the starting line-up much of late and will have his work cut out in regaining his place after a very poor display. He conceded twice in one half and was rightly replaced by Marcelo at half time.

April 30, 2015

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Coentrao played the full 90 minutes and kept a clean sheet as Real Madrid beat Almeria 3-0 Wednesday.

Coentrao returned to the starting line-up and got a clean sheet with ease. He could have perhaps got forward more however, only producing two crosses despite Real's rampant attacking game. The Portuguese full-back also picked up a yellow card with 14 minutes left.

April 22, 2015

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Coentrao got a clean sheet as Real Madrid defeated Atletico Madrid 1-0 Wednesday in the Champions League.

Coentrao started in the absence of the suspended Marcelo and kept a clean sheet with relative ease. He didn't do an enormous amount in going forward however but did manage to produce two crosses.

April 1, 2015

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Coentrao says it would be an honor to play for Manchester United, The Telegraph reports.

Coentrao has increased speculation that he may join Manchester United in the summer by saying that "I have already shown an interest in playing there" and that "it would be an honor". The Portuguese full-back has struggled for game time at Real Madrid so the move is a genuine possibility.

March 29, 2015

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Coentrao made a goal then scored one himself Sunday as Portugal beat Serbia 2-1 in European Championship Qualifying Group I.

The Portugese' defender's quality shone through as his team went top of their group with a win. He crossed for Ricardo Carvalho to score after just 10 minutes and then restored Portugal's lead on 63 minutes immediately after Serbia had equalized.