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  1. Resumen. Antoni Ramallets, Víctor Valdés y Jan Oblak son los futbolistas que en mayor número de ocasiones ha finalizado la temporada como portero menos batido con un total de cinco veces cada uno. Los únicos que han ganado cuatro trofeos Zamora consecutivos han sido Víctor Valdés y Jan Oblak.El F. C. Barcelona es el equipo que ha contado con mayor número de ganadores.

  2. Víctor Valdés remporte son cinquième Trophée Zamora (le quatrième consécutivement, un record) à l'issue de la saison, égalant Antoni Ramallets [6]. Valdés obtient aussi le plus faible ratio de buts encaissés par match sur une saison (16 en 32 rencontres soit 0,5) [ 1 ] .

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › RCD_MallorcaRCD Mallorca - Wikipedia

    1990s and 2000s: Peak. In 1990–91, Mallorca reached the Copa del Rey final for the first time, losing by one goal to Atlético Madrid.. Argentine Héctor Cúper was hired as manager in 1997. In his first season, the club reached the 1998 Copa del Rey Final, and lost on penalties to FC Barcelona after a 1–1 draw in Mestalla.However, as Barcelona also won the league, Mallorca were their ...

  4. Futbol Club Barcelona Femení, commonly referred to as Barça Femení, is a Spanish professional women's football team based in Barcelona, Catalonia.It's the women's football section of FC Barcelona and it competes in the Primera División, the top tier of Spanish women's football.. Formed in 1970 by 18-year-old Immaculada "Imma" Cabecerán, the club was an establishing member of Spain's first ...

  5. César Rodríguez Álvarez (6 July 1920 – 1 March 1995 [citation needed]), sometimes known as just César, was a Spanish football forward and manager.. During his career, which spanned more than two decades, he played mainly for Barcelona, appearing in 351 official matches and scoring 232 goals (previously counted as 235), making him the highest goalscorer in the club's history for several ...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19241924 - Wikipedia

    July 1 – Antoni Ramallets, Spanish footballer, manager (d. 2013) July 3 – S. R. Nathan, 6th President of Singapore (d. 2016) July 4. Eva Marie Saint, American actress; Girija Prasad Koirala, Nepalese politician; Head of State of Nepal (d. 2010) July 5. Edward Cassidy, Australian Roman Catholic cardinal (d. 2021)