Saturday, May 21, 2011

Respect for Dudek

The Real Madrid players to do a tribute to Jerzy Dudek who plays his last match with Los Blancos at slaughter Almeria 8-1, Saturday (21 / 5).

Career Real Madrid goalkeeper, Jerzy Dudek, ending at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday (21 / 5) night when he was replaced in the 77th minute in which the Los Blancos massacred Almeria with the final score 8-1 in the final game of La Liga.

As a tribute to the 38-year-old goalkeeper, his teammates Dudek him back to the bench by forming a corridor when he got applause from the public throughout the Bernabeu.

"As teammates and friends I formed the corridor, I can not describe it in words," Dudek said after the match as reported by "Three weeks ago I already knew I would play, but I did not expect this," he continued.

Dudek brought Madrid at the start of the season 2007/2008, but only two appearances in the league with the Spanish giants because of the presence of Iker Casillas. However, Dudek said he still get the fun times in the Spanish capital.

"I am very happy and the last four years is truly extraordinary," said Dudek. "I always try to help. Time flies because they get four years of exceptional,"added the goalkeeper from Poland who has made ​​367 league and cup appearances in four domestic league in Europe.

After making a senior debut with the Polish club, GKS Tychy, in 1995 ago, Dudek moved to Dutch club, Feyernoord, a year later and won the Eredivise with the Rotterdam club in season three. He then targeted by Liverpool and moved to Anfield in August 2001.

Dudek became a member of the Reds when winning the Champions League in 2005 when they beat AC Milan in the final and again reached the final of the European league two years later. Dudek made ​​59 appearances with the national team of Poland, but never played in the World Cup finals.


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