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Radamel FALCÃO
AS Monaco (FRA)

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Full name Radamel Falcão García Zárate  
Date of Birth February 10, 1986
Birthplace Santa Marta, Colombia
Height 177 cm
Position Forward
Foot Right
Nationality Colombian
Club AS Monaco (FRA)
Nation Colombia
Int. debut Age 20 (February 7, 2007 - vs. Uruguay)
World Cups 0 matches

 

CAREER STATISTICS
Season Club
-
-
*
Games
Goals
2017-18 Monaco
-
1
?
?
2016-17 Monaco
-
1
29
21
2015-16 Chelsea (L)
-
1
10
1
2014-15 Manchester United (L)
-
1
26
4
2013-14 Monaco
-
1
17
9
2012-13 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
34
28
2011-12 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
34
24
- Porto
-
1
1
0
2010-11 Porto
-
1
22
16
2009-10 Porto
-
1
28
25
2008-09 River Plate
-
1
32
13
2007-08 River Plate
-
1
27
11
2006-07 River Plate
-
1
20
3
2005-06 River Plate
-
1
7
7
2004-05 River Plate
-
1
4
0
*) League level
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To Fee €m
07.2013
-
60.0
08.2011
-
47.0
07.2009
-
5.4
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2017-18 Monaco
?
2016-17 Monaco
146
2015-16 Chelsea
-
2014-15 Manchester United
-
2013-14 Monaco
-
2012-13 Atlético Madrid
24
2011-12 Atlético Madrid
39
2010-11 Porto
27
2009-10 Porto
77
2008-09 River Plate
-
2007-08 River Plate
-

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2017-18 ?
-
2016-17 Top Scorers
26
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 None
-
2013-14 None
-
2012-13 Top Scorers
4
2011-12 Top Scorers
8
2010-11 Top Scorers
5
2009-10 Top Scorers
22
2008-09 None
-
2007-08 None
-




DID YOU KNOW ?

Radamel prefers to be called by his middle name, Falcão, though he sometimes is referred to by the nickname "El Tigre" (The Tiger).

Falcão is a dynamic striker noted for his ability to finish with both feet, a strong burst of pace, and his intensity of play.

Falcão is a second generation footballer: his father, Radamel García, played professionally as a defender in Colombia.

Falcão is named after the 1980s Brazilian and Roma legend Falcão.

He is a devout Christian and leader of the Church youth groups "Locos por Jesús" and "Campeones para Cristo."