• Filipe Luís

    Complete name: Filipe Luís Kasmirski
    Jersey number: 3
    Team: Atlético Madrid
    Age: 33
    Born on:
    Height: 1.82 m
    Contract until:
    Market value: 10 Million €
    Preferred foot: left
    Preferred position: Left Back
    Place of birth: Jaraguá do Sul, Brazil

  • Filipe Luís is a Atlético Madrid player, he plays as a defender.
    He likes to play as left back. His stronger foot is the left.
    He is older than the average in his team.
    His market value is lower than the team average.
    Filipe Luís has less followers than the team average.

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Mariano: I would love to be called up by Luis Enrique
‘This is Spain’: Luis Enrique’s stunning start unites press and fans | Sid Lowe

Miserable World Cup campaign a distant memory after new manager defeats England and Croatia in first two gamesAt the end of Spain’s Nations League game against Croatia in Elche, Luis Enrique was asked how he felt. “Embarrassed,” said the new coach. He was not talking about the way his team had played, he was talking about the moment fans began singing his name. Managers here are not often serenaded, national team coaches even less so, and certainly not after two games in charge. Yet there was no mistaking the sound coming from the stands at the Martínez Valero. That was Luis Enrique’s name ringing round.“I didn’t expect it,” he admitted but then they didn’t expect this, either. It is eight years since Spain were in the World Cup final and just eight weeks since Croatia were there, but on Tuesday night Spain defeated the World Cup runners-up 6-0. Yes, six. “We’re empty, we fell down after the World Cup. Now we have to rise up again,” said the Croatia coach, Zlatko Dalic. Continue reading...

Filipe Luis gives his verdict on Brazil's World Cup 2018 chances ahead of last-16 showdown with Mexico

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Luis Tejada warns England stars their wealth will count for nothing on pitch in crunch World Cup 2018 clash vs Panama

The veteran striker has begun the mind games after suffering defeat to Belgium in their opener

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Luis Tejada: the journeyman striker hoping to fulfil a message from God

After football led him out of Panama City’s toughest neighbourhoods, the much-travelled striker says he would give up nearly everything for just one goal in RussiaThis article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Related: Panama World Cup 2018 team guide: tactics, key players and expert predictions Continue reading...

Luis Monti: the man who played in two World Cup finals for two countries

Luis Monti lost the World Cup final in 1930 with Argentina but made amends four years later as an Italy international By Gary Thacker for These Football TimesQuiz time. How many players have played in consecutive World Cup finals? The Italians did it in 1934 and 1938; Brazil did in 1958 and 1962 – and then in 1998 and 2002; the Netherlands lost the 1974 and 1978 finals; Maradona captained Argentina in the 1986 and 1990 finals; and West Germany went one better by contesting three successive finals between 1982 and 1990. A few players have graced consecutive finals but only one has done it while representing two different countries: Luis Monti, who starred for Argentina in the first World Cup final in 1930 and then won it for Italy four years later – all while dealing with various threats on his safety.Monti was born in Buenos Aries in May 1901 and began his career with local side Atlético Huracán, winning his first championship in his only season at the club before stopping off briefly with Boca Juniors on his way to signing for San Lorenzo, the club where he would make his name. Although rugged and robust when seeking the ball, Monti was also technically astute when in possession. His dynamism across the pitch inspired his nickname, Doble Ancho – meaning Double Wide, in recognition of the space he covered for his team. As a deep-lying playmaker, he shielded his defence and then sparked attacks for his team-mates. Continue reading...

Chelsea transfer news LIVE: Luis Enrique ready to agree deal; Barcelona hero to compromise

CHELSEA transfer news is coming in thick and fast and Express Sport is on hand to bring you all the very latest from Stamford Bridge.

Next Chelsea manager: Luis Enrique ready to agree deal with Blues chiefs

LUIS ENRIQUE is ready to drop his transfer demands to ensure he becomes Chelsea manager this summer.

Chelsea next manager: Luis Enrique talks reopen after Maurizio Sarri move fails

CHELSEA are hoping to appoint Luis Enrique after reopening negotiations this week, according to reports in Spain.

Filipe Luis: I'll support the team wearing red in the Champions League final
Chelsea news: Maurizio Sarri thinks Blues have made Luis Enrique managerial decision

CHELSEA boss Maurizio Sarri reportedly thinks he is above Luis Enrique is the race to be the next Blues boss.

Luis Enrique's demands end Chelsea talks
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Arsenal next manager: Luis Enrique backed to replace Arsene Wenger

ARSENAL could do much worse than appoint Luis Enrique as Arsene Wenger’s successor this summer.

Arsenal discard Luis Enrique as a replacement for Wenger

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