Mario Gómez

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Gómez joined Bayern after six years in Stuttgart. Mario Gómez García is a German footballer who plays as a striker for FC Bayern Munich in the German Bundesliga. Cost is a record for a player is transferred in the Bundesliga, the euro is expected 30-35 million euros. When Stuttgart became champion in 2006-07, Gómez contributed 14 goals and was voted German Player of years.

Personal Information

Full name : Mario Gómez García
Date of birth : 10 July 1985 (age 26)
Place of birth : Riedlingen, West Germany
Height : 1.89 m (6 ft 2 1 / 2 in)
Playing position : Striker

Club Information
Current club : Bayern Munich
Number : 33

Personal Life
Gómez was Brought up in Unlingen, an Upper Swabian village and is of German-Spanish descent (his father is a Spaniard from Granada and his mother is German). Both Nationalities but he has decided to play for the German national team at the age of 17. Should Gómez thinks gay players come out and thinks "they would play as if They Had been liberated". He also would like a "radical Rethink" about homosexuality in the football.

Club Career

VfB Stuttgart
In 2004, Gómez played 10 minutes for VfB Stuttgart in the Champions League in a game against Chelsea on 9 March and made his debut in the Bundesliga on 8 May.

In the 2005-06 season, Gómez joined the first team Permanently. He played 30 times in the Bundesliga, scoring six times at this level, his first goal coming on 17 September 2005. The striker also played five times in the UEFA Cup, scoring twice, and in three times in the DFB-Pokal.


In the 2006-07, Furthermore, VfB Stuttgart also reached the final of the DFB-Pokal, where Gómez participated, but VfB Stuttgart lost to 1. FC Nuremberg. Gómez extended his contract at Vf.

Stuttgart until 2012.
While, in the 2007-08 season, the rest of his team struggled to keep performing at Their 2006-07 season standards, Gómez remained at an astonishingly high level, scoring 19 goals in 25 Appearances, second in the Bundesliga's top scorer list, just behind Bayern Munich's Luca Toni scored 24 times the who. In the 2008-09 season Gómez hit four goals to inspire VfB Stuttgart to a 4-1 victory over Bundesliga leaders VfL Wolfsburg.

Bayern Munich
 2009-2010 Season
On 26 May 2009, Gómez was eventually transferred to Bayern Munich on a Bundesliga record transfer fee, signing a four-year contract.

2010-2011 Season
After an erratic first season at Bayern with only 10 goals in 29 league Appearances, Gómez established Himself as a starter During the 2010-11 season (to an extent at the expense of Miroslav Klose and due to the injury sustained by Ivica Olic) and finished as top goalscorer in the Bundesliga with 28 goals. Gómez has scored 13 hat-tricks so far in his Bundesliga career, with three and ten Stuttgart with Bayern.

On 12 November 2010, a couple of weeks before the Juventus saga, Gómez urged gay players to come out, he added That there was plenty of gay role models in German society to inspire gay football players. Gómez overalls in all Competitions scored 39 goals.

2011-2012 Season
Gómez started the 2011-12 season in similar style Towards the previous season and he opened his league account on 20 August 2011 in Bayern Munich's thrashing of Hamburger SV. Seven days later Gómez turned up the style scoring a hat-trick away to 1. FC Kaiserslautern. On 10 September, Gómez then netted four goals in Bayern Munich's 7-0 Rout of Freiburg.

Gómez also scored a brace against Hertha BSC Bayern won 4-0. Gómez then got another brace on the 29 October Bayern then Defeated 1. FC Nuremberg 4-0. In Bayern's next game away to FC Augsburg Gómez scored one of Bayern's goals in Their 2-1 victory. Bayern went on to win 3-2. So far in the Champions League Gómez has six goals in five games. In the DFB-Pokal Gómez has scored just one goal. On 16 December 2011, Gómez scored his 50th goal for the calendar year of 2011 against 1. FC Köln.

International Career
Euro 2008
Gómez has Both German and Spanish nationality, but played for all German youth national teams from age 17. Germany won the match 3-1, with Gómez scoring Germany's second goal. Gómez gained his second cap for Germany, coming on as a substitute for Kevin Kuranyi in a Euro 2008 qualifier against San Marino, scoring two goals That Contributed to a final 6-0 victory.

After Gómez impressed in pre-tournament friendlies, Joachim Low Called him up to the German squad for Euro 2008. Low broke up the strike partnership of Miroslav Klose and Lukas Podolski Podolski with moving out to the left wing at the expense of talismanic midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger and Gómez partnering Klose up front. Germany eventually won courtesy of a Michael Ballack free-kick to seal a place in the knock-out stages but Low Gómez dropped to the bench and Reverted back to the Podolski-Klose partnership.

World Cup 2010
In a friendly match against the United Arab Emirates played on 2 June 2009, Gómez netted four goals, ending his 15-game goal Drought for the national team, in Germany's 7-2 thrashing.

Euro 2012
Although being the second choice behind Miroslav Klose as center-forward During Germany's qualification for Euro 2012, Gómez played regularly and Contributed goals against every opponent of That campaign: Kazakhstan, Austria, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Belgium. Prior to the Euro 2012 in the 3-3 draw against Ukraine in the opening game at the renewed Olympic Stadium of Kiev - the site of the Euro 2012 final match - Gómez captained Germany for the first time.



VfB Stuttgart
     Bundesliga : 2006-07

Bayern Munich
     Bundesliga : 2009-10
     DFB-Pokal : 2009-10
     UEFA Champions League Runner-up: 2009-10

     FIFA World Cup 2010: Third place - Bronze medal
     UEFA European Football Championship Runner-up: 2008

     Bundesliga Top Goalscorer (28 goals) : 2011
     German Footballer of the Year : 2007
     Most expensive Bundesliga transfer

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