Great update and great choice will be interesting how he goes
Chapter 6 - Who Am I?
|Born : Tàrrega, Catalonia, Spain 3 February 1978 (age 37) Clubs Played for: 1996–1997 Tàrrega, 1997–1998 Espanyol B, 1998–1999 Espanyol, 1999–2000 Atlético Madrid, 2000–2007 Deportivo La Coruña, 2007–2011 Villarreal, 2011–2012 Benfica, 2012–2014 Espanyol, 2014 NorthEast United, Clubs Managed: Feyenoord 2014-|
I was born in Tàrrega a cold February night, Tàrrega was a small town in Catalonia. I started in the local sides youth team in 1989. I was promoted to the A team in 1996 I spent one season there before I went to my favourite team Espanyol. All of my friends in Tàrrega supported Barcelona but I supported the other Barcelona team Espanyol. I was placed in their B team for one season before I went to their A team where I impressed enough to earn a transfer to Atletico Madrid.
I signed with Galician side Deportivo de La Coruña in the summer of 2000, I won the La Liga in 2001 and would be a regular fixture in the team as left-back, first competing with Enrique Romero then as the being undisputed first-choice. For the 2007–08 campaign Capdevila moved to Villarreal on a three-year deal, and played in all the league games except two, for a side that finished runner-up, achieving direct qualification to the UEFA Champions League. Midway through 2010–11 I faced stiff competition from José Catalá, even being relegated to the bench in some games.
On 21 July 2011, aged 33 I moved abroad for the first time, joining S.L. Benfica in Portugal on a two-year contract. On 20 August I made my official debut in a 3–1 league win against C.D. Feirense at Estádio da Luz. On 27 July 2012, I agreed on a return to my first professional club Espanyol. I was released alongside Simão Sabrosa on 22 May 2014, after only ten overall appearances in my second season.
On 16 July 2014, I signed for NorthEast United FC, as their marquee player ahead of the inaugural Indian Super League season.