Synonyms for juanfran or Related words with juanfran

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Examples of "juanfran"
Juanfran married Verónica Sierras, with whom he had two children, Óliver and Alexia.
Juanfran is a hypocorism of the compound name "Juan Francisco", it may refer to:
ATLÉTICO MADRID: Bono; Juanfran, Miranda, Godín, Siqueira; Mario Suárez, Gabi, Koke, Arda Turan; Raúl García, Mandžukić.
On 13 June, Juanfran signed with Real Betis on a free transfer.
ATLÉTICO MADRID: Courtois; Juanfran, Miranda, Demichelis, Filipe Luís; Mario Suárez, Gabi, Koke, Arda Turan; Adrián, Diego Costa.
Juan Francisco García García (born 15 July 1976), known as Juanfran, is a retired Spanish footballer. Mainly a left back, he could also play as a central defender.
Juan Francisco Torres Belén (; born 9 January 1985), known as Juanfran, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Atlético Madrid as a right back.
On 15 December 2015 Pepelu made his first team debut, replacing Juanfran in a 1–2 Copa del Rey away loss against RCD Espanyol.
On 24 May 2014 Juanfran played all 120 minutes of the Champions League Final, which Atlético lost 1–4 to Real Madrid at the "Estádio da Luz". One month later he signed a contract extension, running until 2018.
Juan Francisco "Juanfran" Guevara Silvente (born 19 August 1995 in Lorca, Murcia, Spain) is a Spanish Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, currently competing in the Moto3 World Championship with the RBA Racing Team.
After a goalless 30 minutes, the game was settled by a penalty shoot-out. Juanfran missed Atlético's fourth penalty, hitting the post thus allowing Cristiano Ronaldo to seal Real's 11th Champions League title.
In his second season with the "Granotes", he was the most used left-back by manager Joaquín Caparrós, overtaking veteran Juanfran, and signed a new two-year deal on 20 March 2014.
A Spanish international since 2012, Juanfran was part of the squad that won that year's European Championship, and also represented the nation at the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016.
Juanfran made his full side debut on 26 May 2012, playing the entire match in a 2–0 friendly win with Serbia in St. Gallen, as a right-back. He was selected by manager Vicente del Bosque for his UEFA Euro 2012 squad, being an unused player as Spain won the tournament in Poland and Ukraine.
Juanfran was named in Spain's 30-man provisional squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and was also included in the final list. With the country already eliminated, he made his tournament debut in the last group game against Australia, playing the whole 90 minutes and assisting David Villa for the first goal of a 3–0 win.
On 29 March 2011, after nearly one-and-a-half years without playing for the national team, Iraola started in a 3–1 win against Lithuania in Kaunas for the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifiers. He was due to make the cut for the final squad, but injury forced him out in favor of Atlético Madrid's Juanfran.
For 2007–08, Paredes signed with Aragon's Real Zaragoza, agreeing on a five-year deal. Initially backing up Juanfran, he finished as first-choice as the team eventually got relegated; he was again starter in the following campaign, helping to an immediate promotion back.
The 34-year-old Juanfran was the most used player in his position in 2010–11 (23 games), as Levante eventually retained its division status. He fared even better in the following season, with the club finishing sixth and qualifying for the Europa League for the first time ever.
On 1 September 2014, Juanfran moved to Deportivo de La Coruña in a season-long loan deal and also agreed a contract with Watford, with the latter move being made effective in July 2015 for a fee of around £1.5 million.
In November 2015, de Marcos and Nacho were called up into the Spain squad as replacements for the injured Sergio Ramos and Juanfran, ahead of friendlies against England and Belgium. De Marcos did not play either match, with the latter in Brussels being cancelled due to the city's lockdown.