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    Sentences forLuis García (footballer, born 1978)

    • In July 2007, Fernando Torres left the club for Liverpool for €38 million, while Luis García moved in the opposite direction at the same time in an unrelated transfer.Atlético Madrid-Wikipedia
    • Days later, however, new reports suggested Atlético had agreed a deal with Liverpool for Torres; the fee was rumoured to be £25 million with Luis García moving to Atlético in a separate transfer deal.Fernando Torres-Wikipedia
    • Keane unexpectedly left Manchester United by mutual consent on 18 November 2005, during a protracted absence from the team due to an injury sustained in his last competitive game for the club, caused by a robust challenge from Luis García against Liverpool.Roy Keane-Wikipedia
    • The next day, Kolkata also announced the first official marquee signing in the Indian Super League, UEFA Champions League winner Luis García.Indian Super League-Wikipedia
    • The latter match saw Liverpool midfielder Luis García and West Ham defender Hayden Mullins sent off, which meant they would both be suspended for the final.2006 FA Cup Final-Wikipedia
    • 11 minutes after the start of the match Luis García was put through on goal from a pass by Hamann, but before he could shoot, Akinfeev had smothered the ball.2005 UEFA Super Cup-Wikipedia

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