Yes, the rumours are true – Futbolita has interviewed some of the biggest, craziest and friendliest futbolitos in the planet! Read on to find out what the players had to say to the Female Football Voice and if you have feedback or a suggestion for a player interview, get in touch with us.

    Update : Due to a change in our archives, some of the links to older interviews may no longer work. We apologize for that and look forward to including video content in future.

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    Sergio Kun Aguero (Manchester City, Argentina)

    Aguero is one of the deadliest strikers on the planet. He’s had an excellent career that spans the globe. He is best known, for scoring a goal for Manchester city against QPR that hurt several sports betting institutions, and gave Man City their first title in 40 years. He also has a baby boy with the daughter of footballing legend Diego Maradona; we wonder what that boy might have talent for.
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    Mikel Arteta (Arsenal, Spain)

    Mikel hails from the lovely San Sebastian in the Basque country of Spain. After learning his trade at Barcelona, Rangers and Real Sociedad, he is mostly famed for a great career in the premier league for Everton and currently Arsenal. He is married to former Miss Spain and actress Lorena Bernal with two children.
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    Carlos Tevez (Man Utd, Man City, Juventus)

    Carlito’s incredible success in his career can only be matched by the controversy he has created. His role in helping West Ham united stay up, resulted in a 25 million law suit, and forced the premier league to change their rules on 3rd party ownership. After a successful career at Man Utd he forced a move to arch rivals Man City, then later allegedly refused to play for City, resulting in a record fine. He has a distinctive scar on his face, sustained in a freak accident growing up, that he refuses to remove because it reminds him of his roots.

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    Deco (ex-Barcelona, Chelsea/Portugal)

    Deco was one of the most accomplished footballers of his generation before he retired in 2013. He won the UEFA player of the year as well as many domestic honours in a colourful career that spanned four countries. He won the Champions League twice, however his success with unheard of manager Jose Mourinho with Porto shocked pundits, fans and bookmakers alike. Since retiring he has increasingly devoted more time to charity, organising charitable games around the globe.

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    Xavi Hernandez (Barcelona, Spain)

    A one club man, Xavi is almost synonymous Barcelona, Catalonia and even Spain. He has played for two of the best teams of all time in and has won every title you could think of while playing for one team, including multiple Champions League medals and a World Cup medal. A quiet man off the field, he has forged strong links with Barcelona, inviting many of players and staff to his wedding in 2013 to Nuria Canillera.
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    Andre Santos

    David Villa (Barcelona, Spain)

    Victor Valdes (Barcelona)

    Gonzalo Higuain (Real Madrid, Argentina)

    Fernando Torres (Liverpool, Spain)

    Nani (Manchester United, Portugal)

    Romario (Brazil)

    Felipe Melo (Juventus, Brazil)

    Gerard Pique (Barcelona, Spain)

    Lucas Leiva (Liverpool, Brazil)

    Dani Alves (Barcelona, Brazil)

    Iker Casillas (Real Madrid)

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Clarence Seedorf (Milan)

    Alexandre Pato (Milan, Brazil)


    Jose Mourinho
    Marco Branco