Rafael Marquez

 Rafael Márquez Álvarez is a Mexican footballer currently playing for León in the Liga MX and the Mexico national team. He can play as a central defender, sweeper and as a defensive midfielder. He is widely regarded as one of the best defenders in Mexico's history.

Márquez began his career with Atlas in 1996, playing in over 70 games with the club before moving to France in 1999 with AS Monaco, where he won the league title. In 2003 Márquez would transfer to FC Barcelona, for whom he would go on to play in over 200 games and win numerous championships, including four La Liga titles, three Supercopa de España cups, two Champions League titles, and one Copa del Rey, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup trophy. In 2006, he became the first Mexican player to win the UEFA Champions League when Barcelona defeated Arsenal in the Final. In 2010 Márquez joined the New York Red Bulls, where he was a controversial figure. After being released from the club in 2012, he moved back to Mexico, this time to play for Club León.

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