Marco Ruben

Marco Ruben

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Marco Gastón Ruben Rodríguez (born 26 October 1986 in Capitán Bermúdez, Santa Fe) is an Argentine footballer who plays for Villarreal CF in Spain, as a striker.

Club career

Ruben started his career with Rosario Central in 2004. In the Apertura 2006 tournament, he scored seven goals in 17 games, making him the club's top scorer. This brought him to the attention of several major clubs in Argentina and Europe, with Club Atlético River Plate eventually winning the battle, paying $7.5 million for his signature, alongside teammates Cristian Villagra and Juan Ojeda.

After a short spell, Manuel Pellegrini's Villarreal CF purchased him for $7 million in January 2008, immediately loaning him to fellow La Liga outfit Recreativo de Huelva, until June 30. On the 27th, he made his league debut in Spain, appearing as a substitute and being booked in the 1–3 home loss against Getafe CF.

For 2008–09, Ruben continued in Huelva, in the same predicament, scoring three times in a full season as the Andalusians were relegated. The following season, he returned to Villarreal, but spent the vast majority of the year with the reserves, which were having their first Segunda División experience.

In mid-January 2010, Villarreal agreed to sell Ruben to Wigan Athletic in the Premier League, after the player had helped the reserves to the fourth place, with nine league goals, good enough for joint-third. Although agreement...
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