Pepe Reina
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Personal information
Full name José Manuel Reina Páez
Date of birth 31 August 1982 (1982-08-31) (age 38)
Place of birth    Madrid, Flag of Spain Spain
Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Lazio
Number TBA
Youth clubs
1988–1995
1995–1999
Flag of Spain EF Madrid Oeste
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1999
1999–2000
2000–2002
2002–2005
2005–2014
2013–2014
2014–2015
2015–2018
2018–2020
2020
2020–
Flag of Spain Barcelona C
Flag of Spain Barcelona B
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of Spain Villarreal
Flag of England Liverpool
Flag of ItalyNapoli (loan)
Flag of Germany Bayern Munich
Flag of Italy Napoli
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of EnglandAston Villa (loan)
Flag of Italy Lazio
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National team
1998–1999
1999
2000
2000–2003
2005–2018
2000–2002
Flag of Spain Spain U16
Flag of Spain Spain U17
Flag of Spain Spain U18
Flag of Spain Spain U21
Flag of Spain Spain
Flag of Catalonia Catalonia
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José Manuel "Pepe" Reina Páez (born 31 August 1982) is a Spanish footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Italian club Lazio.

The son of famed Barcelona and Atlético Madrid goalkeeper Miguel Reina, Pepe Reina began his career with the Barcelona youth team and made his La Liga debut in the 2000–01 season. He signed for Villarreal in 2002, winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup twice. Reina moved on to Liverpool and made his debut in the 2005 UEFA Super Cup, which Liverpool won. He instantly became first-choice goalkeeper and went on to win both the FA Cup – where he saved three out of four West Ham United penalties in the final – and the FA Community Shield. In 2007, he reached the Champions League Final with Liverpool, matching the feat achieved by his father in 1974, but Liverpool lost to Milan.

Following eight consecutive seasons as Liverpool's first-choice keeper, Reina spent the 2013–14 season on loan at Napoli, where he was reunited with Rafael Benítez, the coach who signed him to play for Liverpool in 2005. During his loan tenure in Naples, Reina was part of the side that won the 2014 Coppa Italia.

Honours

Clubs

Villarreal
Liverpool
Napoli
Bayern Munich
Aston Villa

International

Spain
Spain U-16

Individual

Decorations

  • Gold Medal of the Royal Order of Sporting Merit: 2011

External links

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S.S. Lazio squad - 2020–21

2 Hoedt · 3 De Vrij · 4 Patric · 5 Braafheid · 6 Mauri · 7 Morrison · 8 Basta · 9 Đorđević · 10 F. Anderson · 13 Biševac · 14 Keita Baldé · 16 Parolo · 17 Matri · 18 Gentiletti · 19 Lulić · 20 Biglia (c) · 21 Milinković-Savić · 22 Marchetti · 23 Onazi · 26 Radu · 29 Konko · 32 Cataldi · 33 Maurício · 87 Candreva · 88 Kishna · 99 Berisha ·

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Spain – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16

1. Casillas 2. Salgado 3. Pernía 4. Marchena 5. Puyol 6. Albelda 7. Raúl (c) 8. Xavi 9. F. Torres 10. Reyes 11. Luis García 12. A. López 13. Iniesta 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Senna 17. Joaquín 18. Fàbregas 19. Cañizares 20. Juanito 21. Villa 22. Ibáñez 23. Reina

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Spain – UEFA Euro 2008 - Winners (2nd Title)


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Spain – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup


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Spain – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Winners (1st title)

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Marchena 5. Puyol 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. F. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Capdevila 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Pedro 19. Llorente 20. Martínez 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – UEFA Euro 2012 - Winners (3rd title)

1. Casillas (c) 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Juanfran 6. Iniesta 7. Pedro 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Negredo 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Llorente 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup - Runner-up

1. Casillas 2. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Martínez 5. Azpilicueta 6. Iniesta 7. Villa 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. Valdés 13. Mata 14. Soldado 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Arbeloa 18. Alba 19. Monreal 20. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Navas 23. Reina

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Spain – 2014 FIFA World Cup - Group stage

1. I. Casillas (c) 2. R. Albiol 3. Piqué 4. Javi Martínez 5. Juanfran 6. A. Iniesta 7. David Villa 8. Xavi 9. Torres 10. Fàbregas 11. Pedro 12. De Gea 13. Mata 14. Alonso 15. Ramos 16. Busquets 17. Koke 18. Alba 19. Diego Costa 20. S. Cazorla 21. Silva 22. Azpilicueta 23. Reina

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Spain – 2018 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16

1. De Gea 2. Carvajal 3. Piqué 4. Nacho 5. Busquets 6. Iniesta 7. Saúl 8. Koke 9. Rodrigo 10. Thiago 11. Vázquez 12. Odriozola 13. Arrizabalaga 14. Azpilicueta 15. Ramos (c) 16. Monreal 17. Aspas 18. Alba 19. Costa 20. Asensio 21. Silva 22. Isco 23. Reina

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