Fabio Coentrao’s Stats and Performance for the 2015-2016 Football Season

More widely known as a left-back for Spanish club Real Madrid, Portuguese football player Fábio Coentrão is currently playing from French club AS Monaco. While he mainly plays as a left-back, he also occasionally operate as a defensive midfielder and a left winger. Coentrão is playing on loan for the French club until the end of the season on 30 June 2016.

Last month, Coentrão injured his right thigh during training. Further soccer stats from him will not be seen as it was announced that Coentrão will miss the rest of the Ligue 1 season.

Fábio Coentrão 2015 / 2016 French Ligue 1 Stats

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS
15 3 2 10

Fábio Coentrão 2015 / 2016 Appearances

TEAM OPPO DATE COMP RES APPEAR
Monaco H – Bordeaux 1 Apr 2016 Ligue 1 L 1-2 Sub-On 56 min
Monaco H – Nice 6 Feb 2016 Ligue 1 W 1-0 Started
Monaco H – Bastia 2 Feb 2016 Ligue 1 W 2-0 Started
Monaco A – Angers 30 Jan 2016 Ligue 1 L 3-0 Started
Monaco H – Toulouse 24 Jan 2016 Ligue 1 W 4-0 Started
Monaco A – Evian 20 Jan 2016 Fra Cup W 1-3 Sub-On 65 min
Monaco A – Lorient 17 Jan 2016 Ligue 1 W 0-2 Started
Monaco H – GFC Ajaccio 9 Jan 2016 Ligue 1 D 2-2 Started
Monaco A – Bastia 5 Dec 2015 Ligue 1 W 1-2 Sub-Off 34 min
Monaco H – Caen 2 Dec 2015 Ligue 1 D 1-1 Sub-Off 87 min
Monaco A – Marseille 29 Nov 2015 Ligue 1 D 3-3 Sub-Off 89 min
Monaco H – Anderlecht 26 Nov 2015 Europa L 0-2 Started
Monaco H – Nantes 21 Nov 2015 Ligue 1 W 1-0 Started
Monaco H – Denmark 8 Oct 2015 ECQ W 1-0 Started
Monaco H – Rennes 4 Oct 2015 Ligue 1 D 1-1 Started
Monaco H – Tottenham 1 Oct 2015 Europa D 1-1 Started
Monaco A – Montpellier 24 Sept 2015 Ligue 1 W 2-3 Started
Monaco H – Lorient 20 Sep 2015 Ligue 1 W 2-3 Started

Galatasaray – Real Madrid

Fabio Coentrao’s Real Madrid is going to clash with Galatasaray once again, in the second leg of the Champions League quarter finals.

In the first match, Galacticos won easily over Galatasaray, with 3-0. There are fans who are looking for sites where to get Soccer betting odds for this match. Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gonzalo Higuain scored for Real Madrid in the first match, and it’s expected from them to do it again in the second match too.

Most Real Madrid fans expect yet another easy win for The Galacticos, but this time, they’re going to Istanbul, where the Galatasaray fans are going to give all their best to make the Turkish champions win.

Line-ups for the match tomorrow should probably look like this:

Galatasaray:                                                   

Eboué • Kaya • Zan • Riera

Melo

Altıntop • Sneijder

İnan

Drogba • Bulut

Real Madrid:

López

Arbeloa • Varane • Pepe • Coentrão

Khedira • Modrić

María • Özil • Ronaldo

Higuaín

Although, his team practically ensured it’s pass in the semi-finals, Jose Mourinho will probably bring out his best team (players) available, just like Fatih Terim. This match is going to be very interesting and pleasing to watch, and noone would like to miss it.

Coentrao training with his teammates at UCLA

The 25 footballers in Los Angeles combined physical training and ball work; the second training session of the day will start at two o’ clock in the morning (17:00 local time)

Real Madrid began their training in the United States with a demanding session. Manager José Mourinho led a training session at the UCLA campus facilities in which both physical training and ball work played a leading role. Casillas, Ramos, Albiol, Arbeloa, Xabi Alonso, Cristiano Ronaldo, Coentrão, Pepe, Özil and Khedira, the ten Real Madrid players who reached the semi-finals of the European Championship in Ukraine and Poland, trained for the first time alongside their other squad members. The second training session of the day for the 25 footballers that have travelled to Los Angeles will begin at 02:00 (17:00 local time).

Real Madrid’s third pre-season in the United States under José Mourinho got off to a strong start. After the technical chat that is commonplace in the Portuguese’s training sessions, Real Madrid endured a demanding session in which both physical training and ball work played a leading role. Warm-ups and muscle strengthening exercises then led to teamwork with the ball.

Whilst Higuaín, Di María, Lass, Granero, Varane and Callejón trained with recovery expert Carlos Lalín, the remaining 16 footballers available to José Mourinho in the session were divided into four groups of four to play in several small matches on smaller sized pitches and then moved on to dribbling drills laid out on the grass. The goalkeepers Casillas, Adán and Jesús worked alongside goalkeeping coach Silvino Louro. (realmadrid.com)

Coentrao’s Real Madrid will play against Barca on October 7

The two fierce rivals will play out their first Clasico at Camp Nou just two months into the league season, with the return fixture scheduled for early March

The fixtures for the 2012-13 Liga season have been released, revealing the dates for the two Clasico clashes between Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The Blaugrana will entertain Los Blancos in the league season’s first Clasico at home on October 7, with the return fixture taking place at the Santiago Bernabeu on March 3.

The competition will commence on August 18 and will run through to June 1, with just the penultimate round of the scheduled 38 to take place during midweek.

The final dates of the tournament may of course be altered should Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia or Malaga reach the latter stages of the Champions League.

Reigning champions Madrid begin their campaign at home to Valencia while Barcelona will entertain Real Sociedad at Camp Nou.