Albert Ferrer

Albert Ferrer

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Albert Ferrer i Llopis (; born 6 June 1970 in Barcelona, Catalonia) is a retired Spanish footballer who played as a right defender, and a current coach.

Having represented local FC Barcelona for almost a decade, he went on to appear for England's Chelsea until his retirement.

A Spanish international on more than 30 occasions, Ferrer represented the nation in two World Cups.

Playing career

Club career

A pacy and tough-tackling defender,; BBC Sport "Chapi" Ferrer began his professional career with FC Barcelona B, then serving a loan with CD Tenerife in 1989–90, making his La Liga debuts at age 19.

He returned to the main squad the following summer, and became the club's first-choice right-back, remaining as such for the following eight years, in which he scored once; he often partnered another club graduate, Sergi Barjuán, in the defensive wings.

Ferrer was a key member of the famous Dream Team and, during his time in Catalonia, won five leagues, a European Cup, a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, two domestic cup, four Supercup and two UEFA Super Cups.

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