Vicente Rodríguez Guillén, commonly known simply as Vicente, is one of the best young Spanish players and features for the Spanish giants Valenia. He usually plays as a left winger and has 38 international caps for Spain in his name.
Vicente commenced his club career at modest Valencian side Levante, then in the Segunda Division. He grew up supporting the club as a boy and was signed by Valencia CF in 2000. It was at Valencia that Vicente proved his mettle and developed to fulfill the promise that he had exhibited at Levante.
Vicente played wonderful football on the left wing and progressed to become one of the hottest youngsters in Europe. But then the injury demons struck during the 2004-2005 season and he has been in ad out of the squad since then. He has failed to recover his old touch although his record of having played over 200 matches in all competitions for Valencia is enviable to say the least.
Vicente made his international debut for Spain in March 2001 but has played only one major international competition, that being the Euro 2004 finals.
Vicente Rodriguez games
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