RYAN BABEL: LIVERPOOL CAREER UNVEILED

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Dutch winger Ryan Babel was seriously linked with a move to Premier League giants Liverpool in the summer. The Reds were said to have made a £14m bid for the player on July 10, 2007. Two days later, it was reported that present club Ajax Amsterdam and Liverpool had agreed an £11.5m deal for Babel. Liverpool confirmed the deal in the following day as it was revealed that the player will put pen to paper on a five-year deal.

Ryan Babel was unveiled as a new Liverpool player alongside Israeli player Yossi Benayoun on July 13, 2007 following his big money transfer from Dutch football giants Ajax Amsterdam. His first game for the Reds came four days frok his unveiling in a friendly game with German team Werder Bremen. Continue reading

BABEL: AJAX FIRST SPELL REVEALED

Dutch winger Ryan Babel made his professional debut at Ajax Amsterdam at the age of 16.Babel started as a striker as Ajax Amsterdam thrashed ADO Den Haag 4-0 in a Dutch Eredivisie encounter played at the Amsterdam Arena. Ryan Babel was a month-and-a-half away from turning 17 when he played his first game for Ajax Amsterdam on the first day of February in 2004. Dutch international Babel didn’t feature again for Ajax that season as they won the league title ahead of rivals PSV Eindhoven, AZ Alkmaar and Feyenoord.

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Ryan Babel scored his first goal for Ajax Amsterdam nine months after his debut. His debut goal was against De Graafschap on November 20, 2004. Babel scored one of the goals for Ajax Amsterdam in the 5-0 thumping of DeGraafschap.
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BABEL: NETHERLANDS CAREER UNVEILED

Ryan Babel is a Suriname-born Netherlands international who scored two goals in four games for the Dutch team at the 2005 FIFA u-20 World Cup on home soil. Babel and the Netherlands reached the quarterfinals before they were knocked out by Nigeria. He made his senior team debut weeks later against hosts Romania as a first half substitute for flying winger Arjen Robben. Ryan Babel scored on his debut for the Netherlands, netting the second goal in a 2-0 win over the Romanians. The goal made him the youngest Dutch goalscorer for 68 years and the fourth-youngest goalscorer in the history of senior national team football in the country.

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Babel made the Dutch squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup tournament on German soil but he couldn’t make much impact due to a knee injury. The knee issue restricted him to just one appearance and that was as a second half substitute for Ruud Van Nistelrooy in the group stage clash with two-time champions Argentina. Marco Van Basten was in charge of the Dutch team to the tournament in Germany.
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BABEL RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO

Galatasaray attacker Ryan Babel has continued his exploits in the music industry after he released a music video last month.

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The Dutch international is gradually establishing himself in the music business as he enters the final few years of his football career. The 34-year-old released the music video to his song on YouTube last month though the former Liverpool and Fulham forward only features in the intro of the video.
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BABEL: DUTCH NATIONAL TEAM CAREER REVEALED

Galatasaray winger Ryan Babel is of Surinamese descent though he was born in the Netherlands. He played for the Netherland u-17, u-19, u-20, u-21 and u-23 teams.

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Ryan Babel scored twice in six games for the Netherlands u-19 team between 2003 and 2004. He had previously scored an impressive three goals in six games for the Netherlands u-17 team between 2002 and 2003. Ryan Babel also scored two goals in four appearances for the Netherlands u-20 team between 2004 and 2005.
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RYAN BABEL REVEALS THE BIGGEST REGRET OF HIS CAREER

Former Liverpool player Ryan Babel has opened up on his past life and career, including the one he spent at Liverpool Football Club. Back in the summer transfer window of 2007, Liverpool agreed on a fee that was believed to be in the region of €17.25 with Dutch club Ajax for the transfer of Babel from the Dutch league to the Premier League.

Babel joined the Reds and made some reasonable impact having scored 22 goals and provided a further 18 assists in the 14y appearances he made for the Anfield club. The numbers he had at Liverpool were really encouraging for a player of that price tag but he, unfortunately, could not get his hands on any silverware during his stay at Liverpool.
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RYAN BABEL VENTURES INTO PROPERTY BUSINESS

 

Dutchman Ryan Babel has been a professional footballer for over a decade but that has not stopped him from venturing into a career outside football. The Galatasaray player is gradually preparing for life after football and he has chosen the property business. According to him, his property portfolio would be bigger by the end of this year.


Babel expects his portfolio to get to 50 affordable houses across the two cities namely Amsterdam in the Netherlands and Miami in the United States of America. The worth of the houses would have reached the $30m mark by the end of this year.
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Scott Parker insists Fulham won’t convince Ryan Babel to stay with the club

Fulham manager Scott Parker has said that he understands the situation of Ryan Babel and the Dutchman would be permitted to make a decision regarding his future in the summer. The Netherlands international joined the Cottagers on a short-term loan from Besiktas, but he is expected to be available on a free transfer this summer with the Istanbul outfit deciding against extending his contract.

Amidst this, he has already been linked with West Ham United and Newcastle United in the Premier League and Parker admits that the attacker may not fancy dropping to the Championship with his international prospects on the line, he said: “I totally understand Ryan Babel. He’s probably in a similar situation to the one I was in at West Ham. I got relegated at West Ham and was in the fold for England at that time. He has been fantastic for us and I think Ryan stated himself that his next move will depend on offers. I can totally understand his position and of course I will not be holding him back in any way.”
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Bobby Zamora provides advice on how Fulham can bounce back from relegation

Former Fulham star Bobby Zamora believes the Cottagers have the ability to bounce back from Premier League relegation provided they can make the right recruitment during the summer. The west London side spent £100m on new players following their top-flight promotion, but the move has failed to pay dividends with the club being relegated with six games to play.

Speaking to 888Sport, Zamora has said that the Capital side have a good chance of earning promotion from the Championship at the first time of asking, provided they are wise enough with the recruitment policy. He added that the club should offer a chance for Scott Parker in the managerial seat while they should seek to convince the likes of Ryan Babel and Andre Schurrle to stay put with the club.
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Ryan Babel has Finally Signed with the Cottagers

Ryan Babel is finally the member of the Fulham Team and is going to be a permanent member of their team after getting the transfer from the Besiktas team.

Babel, who had played for Liverpool for 146 matches, that is 146 appearances for the team has signed the contract for a short period that will expire at the end of the season. The player has scored 6 goals in all of the competitions combined when he played for Besiktas. The player is 32 years old and plays for the Dutch team internationally.
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