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What team is Arjen Robben on?

What team is Arjen Robben on?

Arjen Robben has announced his retirement for a second time aged 37. The former Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich winger originally hung up his boots after leaving the German side in 2019. However, he returned to re-sign with boyhood club Groningen in 2020, and spent last season with the Dutch side.

Is Arjen Robben a coach?

Robben, 35, retired at the end of last season after a career that saw him win the top division in Holland, England, Spain and Germany as well as the Champions League with Bayern. He has revealed that, for the time being at least, his only focus will be on coaching the team of his youngest son – Kai.

Did Arjen Robben dive?

Arjen Robben has apologised for diving after the Netherlands beat Mexico 2-1 in the last 16 of the World Cup – but said it was not for the decisive penalty. Klaas Jan Huntelaar converted the match-winning spot-kick in stoppage time after Robben had been fouled.

Is Arjen Robben a legend?

Arjen Robben has retired from football for the second time at the age of 37. The former Netherlands international initially hung up his boots in 2019 before reversing the decision to return to his first club Groningen last season.

What team does Robben play for 2021?

Arjen Robben

Personal information
2009–2019 Bayern Munich (99)
2020–2021 Groningen (0)
Total (150)
National team

Why is Robben called Mr Wembley?

During the presentation, he was named Man of the Match by UEFA. Hence, he has been called “Mr. Wembley” since then.

Was robbens dive a penalty?

As reported by Goal’s Robin Bairner, the winger-turned-striker told NOS he did dive at the end of the first half in hopes of winning a penalty, though he felt the penalty that was eventually given at the end of the match was legitimate. “I must apologise,” Robben said.

Was Mexico vs Netherlands a penalty?

The Netherlands won a stoppage time penalty against Mexico, and it came from an Arjen Robben dive.

Why did Real Madrid sell Robben?

Arjen Robben has revealed he left Real Madrid to join German giants Bayern Munich because Florentino Perez needed to recover the funds spent during a massive overhaul of players during the 2009 summer transfer market.