2009–10 Sevilla FC season

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Sevilla
2009–10 season
Chairman Spain José María del Nido
Manager Spain Manuel Jiménez
(until 24 Mar)
Spain Antonio Álvarez
(from 24 Mar)
La Liga 4th
Copa del Rey Winners
UEFA Champions League Round of 16
Top goalscorer League:
Luís Fabiano (15)

All:
Luís Fabiano (21)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2009–10 Sevilla FC season is the club's ninth consecutive season in La Liga. Manolo Jiménez was the team coach until 24 March 2010. On 19 May 2010, Sevilla won the Copa del Rey for the fifth time.[1]

Trophies balance[edit]

Category Trophy Started round First match Result Last match
Friendly Trophy 2009 Peace Cup Group Stage 24 July 2009 Group Stage 26 July 2009
55th Ramón de Carranza Trophy Semi-final 14 August 2009 Winner 15 August 2009
2nd Antonio Puerta Trophy Final 21 August 2009 Winner 21 August 2009
Competitive Liga BBVA 30 August 2009 4th 15 May 2010
Copa del Rey Round of 32 27 October 2009 Winner 19 May 2010
UEFA Champions League Group Stage 16 September 2009 Round of 16 16 March 2010

Competitive balance[edit]

Biggest win
Home Away
La Liga 12 September 2009 Matchday 2 v. Real Zaragoza 4 – 1 26 September 2009 Matchday 5 v. Athletic Bilbao 0 – 4
3 April 2010 Matchday 30 v. Tenerife 3 – 0 5 May 2010 Matchday 36 v. Racing Santander 1 – 5
17 April 2010 Matchday 33 v. Sporting Gijón
Copa del Rey 10 November 2009 Round of 32, 2nd leg v. Atlético Ciudad 5 – 1 20 January 2010 Quarter-finals, 1st leg v. Deportivo 0 – 3
Champions League 16 September 2009 Group Stage, Matchday 1 v. Unirea Urziceni 2 – 0 29 September 2009 Group Stage, Matchday 2 v. Rangers 1 – 4
Biggest loss
Home Away
Liga BBVA 19 December 2009 Matchday 15 v. Getafe 1 – 2 16 January 2010 Matchday 18 v. Barcelona 4 – 0
9 January 2010 Matchday 17 v. Racing Santander
8 May 2010 Matchday 37 v. Barcelona 2 – 3
Copa del Rey 13 January 2010 Round of 16, 2nd leg v. Barcelona 0 – 1 10 February 2010 Semifinals, 2nd leg v. Getafe 1 – 0
27 January 2010 Quarterfinals, 2nd leg v. Deportivo
Champions League 16 March 2010 Round of 16, 2nd leg v. CSKA Moscow 1 – 2 24 November 2009 Group Stage, Matchday 5 v. Unirea Urziceni 1 – 0

Summer transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Fee
Spain Sergio Sánchez Spain Espanyol €3,000,000
Spain Álvaro Negredo Spain Real Madrid
(was on loan at Spain Almería)
€14,000,000
Ivory Coast Didier Zokora England Tottenham Hotspur €10,000,000

Out[edit]

Player New Team Fee
Colombia Aquivaldo Mosquera Mexico América €4,200,000
Spain Pablo Ruiz Spain Cartagena
(he was playing on loan in Spain Córdoba)
Free
Portugal Duda Spain Málaga €400,000
Italy Enzo Maresca Greece Olympiacos €1,200,000
Italy Morgan De Sanctis Italy Napoli
(he was playing on loan in Turkey Galatasaray)
€1,700,000

Loan return[edit]

Player From
Belgium Tom De Mul Belgium Genk
Spain Lolo Spain Málaga

Loan out[edit]

Player Team
Spain José Ángel Crespo Spain Racing Santander
Spain Alejandro Alfaro Spain Tenerife
Argentina Emiliano Armenteros Spain Xerez
Spain José Manuel Casado
Spain David Prieto

Winter transfers[edit]

Loan in[edit]

Player From
Lithuania Marius Stankevičius Italy Sampdoria

Loan out[edit]

Player Team
Uruguay Javier Chevantón Italy Atalanta
Ivory Coast Arouna Koné Germany Hannover 96

Youth system[edit]

Players called during season from Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla C.

No Player Position Called For First Time
30 Spain José Carlos MF v Athletic Bilbao (26 September 2009)
34 Spain Marc Valiente DF v Atlético Ciudad (10 November 2009)
33 Spain Manuel Redondo DF v Tenerife (21 November 2009)
28 Spain Cala DF v Sporting Gijón (13 December 2009)
26 Spain Dani Jiménez GK v Atlético Madrid (2 January 2010)
27 Spain Enrique Carreño FW v Racing Santander (9 January 2010)
31 Spain Rodri FW v CSKA Moscow (24 February 2010)
42 Spain Luis Alberto[2] FW v Xerez (23 March 2010)
37 Spain Antonio Luna DF v Almería (15 May 2010)

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Andrés Palop (captain)
2 Argentina DF Federico Fazio
3 Serbia DF Ivica Dragutinovic
4 France DF Sébastien Squillaci
5 Argentina MF Aldo Duscher
6 Brazil MF Adriano
7 Spain MF Jesús Navas
8 Ivory Coast MF Didier Zokora
10 Brazil FW Luís Fabiano
11 Brazil MF Renato
12 Mali FW Frédéric Kanouté
13 Spain GK Javi Varas
14 France DF Julien Escudé
15 Lithuania DF Marius Stankevičius (On loan from Sampdoria; No. 35 in UCL)
16 Spain MF Diego Capel
18 Spain DF Fernando Navarro
No. Position Player
19 Spain FW Álvaro Negredo
20 Belgium MF Tom De Mul
21 Argentina MF Lautaro Acosta
22 Ivory Coast MF Romaric
23 Spain DF Lolo
24 France DF Abdoulay Konko
25 Argentina MF Diego Perotti
26 Spain GK Dani Jiménez
27 Spain FW Enrique Carreño
28 Spain DF Cala
30 Spain MF José Carlos
31 Spain FW Rodri
33 Spain DF Manuel Redondo
34 Spain DF Marc Valiente
37 Spain DF Antonio Luna
42 Spain FW Luis Alberto [3]

Long-term injuries[edit]

On 1 January 2010, Sevilla's medical services detected some cardiac pathology in Sergio Sánchez's heart and they recommended to him to stop his activity with the team.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
17 Spain DF Sergio Sánchez [4]

CAN 2010 called players[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
12 Mali FW Frédéric Kanouté (Out between 11 Jan and 20 Jan)
8 Ivory Coast MF Didier Zokora (Out between 11 Jan and 24 Jan)

Players' statistics[edit]

Liga BBVA[edit]

Updated to 4 April 2010

No. Player Pos. Status Played Goal YC Red card Minutes Sanctioned against
1 Spain Andrés Palop GK Check mark 2.svg 25 −31 1 0 2378 None yet
2 Argentina Federico Fazio DF Check mark 2.svg 7 1 0 0 630 None yet
3 Serbia Ivica Dragutinović DF Check mark 2.svg 17 2 6 0 1604 x5 YC v. Valencia (31 Jan)
4 France Sébastien Squillaci DF 13 1 4 0 1031 None yet
5 Argentina Aldo Duscher MF 10 0 5 1 636 YCYC Red card v. Racing Santander (9 Jan)
6 Brazil Adriano MF Check mark 2.svg 21 0 5 0 1681 x5 YC v. Málaga (10 Apr)
7 Spain Jesús Navas MF 26 3 4 0 2109 None yet
8 Ivory Coast Didier Zokora MF 20 0 8 1 1729 x5 YC v. Real Valladolid (5 Dec)
Red card v. Athletic Bilbao (28 Feb)
9 Ivory Coast Arouna Koné FW Out 12 0 1 0 371 None yet
10 Brazil Luís Fabiano FW Check mark 2.svg 17 10 7 0 1246 x5 YC v. Sporting Gijón (13 Dec)
11 Brazil Renato MF Check mark 2.svg 26 4 2 0 2120 None yet
12 Mali Frédéric Kanouté FW Check mark 2.svg 20 7 5 1 1312 YCYC Red card v. Real Zaragoza (12 Sep)
13 Spain Javi Varas GK Check mark 2.svg 5 –4 0 0 477 None yet
14 France Julien Escudé DF Check mark 2.svg 17 0 4 0 1599 None yet
15 Lithuania Marius Stankevičius DF Check mark 2.svg 12 0 3 1 1101 Red card v. Osasuna (14 Feb)
Uruguay Javier Chevantón FW Out 1 0 0 0 12 None yet
16 Spain Diego Capel MF Check mark 2.svg 23 0 3 0 1027 None yet
17 Spain Sergio Sánchez DF 7 0 3 0 559 None yet
18 Spain Fernando Navarro DF Check mark 2.svg 24 0 8 0 2078 x5 YC v. Real Zaragoza (7 Feb)
19 Spain Álvaro Negredo FW Check mark 2.svg 28 7 0 2 1772 Red card v. Osasuna (14 Feb)
Red card v. Athletic Bilbao (28 Feb)
20 Belgium Tom De Mul MF 0 0 0 0 0 None yet
21 Argentina Lautaro Acosta MF 5 0 0 0 163 None yet
22 Ivory Coast Romaric MF Check mark 2.svg 15 1 3 1 785 Red card v. Real Madrid (6 Mar)
23 Spain Lolo DF Check mark 2.svg 15 0 2 0 711 None yet
24 France Abdoulay Konko DF 15 1 1 0 1175 None yet
25 Argentina Diego Perotti MF 26 4 4 0 1742 None yet
26 Spain Dani Jiménez GK Check mark 2.svg 0 0 0 0 0 None yet
27 Spain Enrique Carreño FW Check mark 2.svg 1 0 0 0 46 None yet
28 Spain Cala DF Check mark 2.svg 1 0 0 0 96 None yet
30 Spain José Carlos MF Check mark 2.svg 7 1 0 0 235 None yet
31 Spain Rodri FW Check mark 2.svg 1 0 0 0 4 None yet
33 Spain Manuel Redondo DF Check mark 2.svg 0 0 0 0 0 None yet
34 Spain Marc Valiente DF Check mark 2.svg 3 0 2 0 183 None yet
36 Spain Luis Alberto FW Check mark 2.svg 0 0 0 0 0 None yet
YC Yellow cards
Red card Red cards
Goal Goals scored
Received, if the number is negative (only for GK)
x5 YC Sanctioned by the accumulation of 5 yellow cards
Every 5 yellow cards, the player misses next match
YCYC Red card Sanctioned by double yellow card
Red card Sanctioned by sent off
Check mark 2.svg Ready to play
Injured
Out Out on loan
From winter transfers to the end of the season
Sold during winter transfers
Leader in this statistic

Match results[edit]

  • All times are in GMT

Pre-season[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

2009 Peace Cup[edit]

GROUP A Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Italy Juventus 2 2 0 0 5 1 +4 6
Spain Sevilla 2 0 1 1 1 2 -1 1
South Korea Seongnam Ilhwa 2 0 1 1 0 3 -3 1

55th Ramón de Carranza Trophy[edit]

Semi-finals Final
13 August – Cádiz
 Cádiz  1  
 Deportivo  3  
 
15 August – Cádiz
     Deportivo  0
   Sevilla FC  1
Third place
14 August – Cádiz 15 August – Cádiz
 Sevilla  2  Cádiz  2
 Valencia  0    Valencia  1

2nd Antonio Puerta Trophy[edit]

La Liga[edit]

Matchday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Result against VAL ZAR OSA MLL ATH RMA DEP ESP XER VIL TEN MGA VAD SPG GET ATM RAC FCB ALM VAL ZAR OSA MLL ATH RMA DEP ESP XER VIL TEN MGA VAD SPG GET ATM RAC FCB ALM
Venue A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A
Position 16 8 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 5 5 6 6 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 4
Goal Average (useful in case of tie)3 Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Lost Won Lost Won Won Lost Won Lost Won Won Lost Won
All Home Away
Pts W D L F A Dif. W D L F A W D L F A
4 Sevilla 63 19 6 13 65 49 16 10 6 3 33 18 9 0 10 32 31

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Group G
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Spain Sevilla 6 4 1 1 11 4 +7 13
Germany VfB Stuttgart 6 2 3 1 9 7 +2 9
Romania Unirea Urziceni 6 2 2 2 8 8 0 8
Scotland Rangers 6 0 2 4 4 13 −9 2

Knockout phase[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Copa del Rey[edit]

Review of the competition[edit]

Round of 32
October 27/28/29, 2009
November 10/11/12, 2009
  Round of 16
January 5/6/7, 2010
January 12/13/14, 2010
  Quarterfinals
20/21 January 2010
27/28 January 2010
  Semifinals
3/4 February 2010
10/11 February 2010
  Final
19 May 2010
 Alcoyano 0 2 2  
 Valencia 1 2 3      Valencia 1 2 3  
 Real Murcia 0 0 0    Deportivo 2 2 4  
 Deportivo 1 0 1        Deportivo 0 1 1  
 Cultural Leonesa 0 0 0        Sevilla 3 0 3  
 Barcelona 2 5 7      Barcelona 1 1  2
 Atlético Ciudad 2 1 3    Sevilla (a) 2 0 2  
 Sevilla FC 4 5 9        Sevilla 2 0 2  
 Rayo Vallecano 2 2 4        Getafe 0 1 1  
 Athletic Bilbao 0 2 2      Rayo Vallecano 2 1 3  
 Real Valladolid 2 0 2    Mallorca 1 3 4  
 Mallorca (a) 1 1 2        Mallorca 1 1 2
 Real Zaragoza 1 0 1        Getafe (a) 2 0 2  
 Málaga (a) 1 0 1      Málaga 2 1  3
 Getafe 2 1 3    Getafe 1 5  6  
 Espanyol 0 1 1        Sevilla 2
 Recreativo de Huelva (p) 1 1 2        Atlético de Madrid 0
 Sporting de Gijón 1 1 2      Recreativo de Huelva 3 1 4  
 Marbella 0 0 0    Atlético Madrid 0 5 5  
 Atlético Madrid 2 6 8        Atlético Madrid 1 1 2  
 Celta de Vigo 2 1 3        Celta de Vigo 1 0 1  
 Tenerife 1 0 1      Celta de Vigo 1 1 2
 Puertollano 1 0 1    Villarreal 1 0 1  
 Villarreal 1 1 2        Atlético Madrid 4 2 6
 AD Alcorcón 4 0 4        Racing de Santander 0 3 3  
 Real Madrid 0 1 1      AD Alcorcón 2 0 2  
 Salamanca 1 1 2    Racing de Santander 3 0 3  
 Racing de Santander 0 4 4        Racing de Santander 2 3 5
 Hércules 2 1 3        Osasuna 1 0 1  
 Almería 1 0 1      Hércules 2 0 2
 Xerez 1 0 1    Osasuna (a) 1 1 2  
 Osasuna 2 1 3  

Matches[edit]

Round of 32[edit]
  • Sevilla won 9–3 on aggregate.
Round of 16[edit]
  • Sevilla 2–2 Barcelona on aggregate. Sevilla won on away goals.
Quarter-finals[edit]
  • Sevilla won 3–1 on aggregate.
Semi-finals[edit]
Final[edit]

19 May 2010
20:30
Sevilla 2 – 0 Atlético Madrid
Capel Goal 5'
Navas Goal 90+1'
(Report)

SEVILLA FC
GK 1 Spain Andrés Palop YC 86'
DF 24 France Abdoulay Konko
DF 4 France Sébastien Squillaci YC 62'
DF 14 France Julien Escudé
DF 37 Spain Antonio Luna YC 36'
MF 7 Spain Jesús Navas Goal 90+1'
MF 8 Ivory Coast Didier Zokora
MF 11 Brazil Renato YC 7' Substituted off 90+2'
MF 16 Spain Diego Capel Goal 5' Substituted off 88'
FW 12 Mali Frédéric Kanouté YC 84'
FW 19 Spain Álvaro Negredo Substituted off 68'
Substitutes:
MF 22 Ivory Coast Romaric Substituted in 68'
MF 25 Argentina Diego Perotti Substituted in 88'
DF 23 Spain Lolo Substituted in 90+2'
GK 13 Spain Javi Varas
DF 18 Spain Fernando Navarro
DF 15 Lithuania Marius Stankevičius
FW 35 Spain Rodri
Manager:
Spain Antonio Álvarez

ATLÉTICO DE MADRID
GK 13 Spain David de Gea
DF 17 Czech Republic Tomáš Ujfaluši YC 70'
DF 21 Colombia Luis Perea
DF 18 Spain Álvaro Domínguez
DF 3 Spain Antonio López
MF 19 Spain José Antonio Reyes
MF 12 Brazil Paulo Assunção Substituted off 61'
MF 5 Portugal Tiago
MF 20 Portugal Simão Substituted off 61'
FW 7 Uruguay Diego Forlán
FW 10 Argentina Sergio Agüero
Substitutes:
MF 8 Spain Raúl García Substituted in 61'
MF 9 Spain José Manuel Jurado Substituted in 61'
GK 42 Spain Joel Robles
DF 16 Spain Juanito
DF 2 Spain Juan Valera
MF 6 Spain Ignacio Camacho
FW 14 Argentina Eduardo Salvio
Spain Quique Sánchez Flores

Man of the Match:
Spain Jesús Navas (Sevilla)

Assistant referees:
Spain José Manuel Fernández Miranda
Spain Raúl Cabañero Martínez
Fourth official:
Spain Carlos Clos Gómez
Fifth official:
Spain Xavier Aguilar Rodríguez

Others[edit]

Jiménez, sacked during the season[edit]

During 23 March's midnight, Sevilla's directive accorded to sack Manolo Jiménez after the draw obtained against Xerez, as Ramón Rodríguez Verdejo (also known as Monchi) assured to press.[5]
Among the most significant causes include:

  • The aggregate defeat playing in Round of 16 in Champions League against CSKA Moscow.
  • The amount of 3 points out of 15 between matchdays 24 and 28.
  • The image given by the players from the 12th matchday against Málaga (on 28 November 2009).
  • The loss of a style of play that took the team under the leadership of another managers (mainly between 20052007).
  • The constants injuries suffered by important players such as Luís Fabiano, Jesús Navas or Diego Capel.
  • The dialectical clash between Jiménez and Ramón Orellana (Sevilla FC's physical preparer) during a training season in January.

The directive was searching a new team manager for the last part of the season in foreign countries, but Antonio Álvarez will lead the team from 24 March to the end of the season. On the directive's search, Luis Aragonés and Laurent Blanc had many chances to become the new manager of Sevilla, but for the disagreement with the contract offered by José María del Nido, none of them had taken the job except Álvarez.

References[edit]

^ 1: UEFA doesn't allow the incorporation of sponsors' names in the stadia's names.
^ 2: Neutral venue.
^ 3: The team that wins this variable will be qualified ahead of another with the same points but lost on goal average. If the goal average is drawn between two or more teams and, at the end of the season these teams have the same points, the overall Liga BBVA's goal average prevails over this goal average.
^ 4: Only if the Copa del Rey winners and runners-up end the season in Champions or Europa League positions.

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