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REAL MADRID

Real Madrid legends who left through the back door

Iker Casillas

Casillas, arguably the greatest keeper in Real Madrid's history, left having won three Champions Leagues, five LaLiga titles, and two Copas del Rey.

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Casillas

Casillas, arguably the greatest keeper in Real Madrid's history, left having won three Champions Leagues, five LaLiga titles, and two Copas del Rey.

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Fernando Redondo

During the 2000 elections, Lorenzo Sanz and Florentino Pérez fought for the Real Madrid presidency. Redondo decided to align himself with Sanz and after Florentino Pérez's victory he was sold to Milan.

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Fernando Redondo

During the 2000 elections, Lorenzo Sanz and Florentino Pérez fought for the Real Madrid presidency. Redondo decided to align himself with Sanz and after Florentino Pérez's victory he was sold to Milan.

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Fernando Redondo

During the 2000 elections, Lorenzo Sanz and Florentino Pérez fought for the Real Madrid presidency. Redondo decided to align himself with Sanz and after Florentino Pérez's victory he was sold to Milan.

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Fernando Hierro

Madrid won the league in 2003. The ambition of the board led them to dispense with then coach Vincente del Bosque and captain Ferando Hierro because they weren't considered high-profile enough. Madrid entered a four-year run without titles after the Malaga-born defender went to Qatari football.

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Fernando Hierro

Madrid won the league in 2003. The ambition of the board led them to dispense with then coach Vincente del Bosque and captain Ferando Hierro because they weren't considered high-profile enough. Madrid entered a four-year run without titles after the Malaga-born defender went to Qatari football.

Photo: FELIPE SEVILLANO DIARIO AS

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Fernando Hierro

Madrid won the league in 2003. The ambition of the board led them to dispense with then coach Vincente del Bosque and captain Ferando Hierro because they weren't considered high-profile enough. Madrid entered a four-year run without titles after the Malaga-born defender went to Qatari football.

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Fernando Hierro

Madrid won the league in 2003. The ambition of the board led them to dispense with then coach Vincente del Bosque and captain Ferando Hierro because they weren't considered high-profile enough. Madrid entered a four-year run without titles after the Malaga-born defender went to Qatari football.

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Guti

In 2010 Guti announced that he would not renew his contract that ended at the end of that season. He did so and left for Turkish side Besiktas on a free.

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Guti

In 2010 Guti announced that he would not renew his contract that ended at the end of that season. He did so and left for Turkish side Besiktas on a free.

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Guti

In 2010 Guti announced that he would not renew his contract that ended at the end of that season. He did so and left for Turkish side Besiktas on a free.

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Guti

In 2010 Guti announced that he would not renew his contract that ended at the end of that season. He did so and left for Turkish side Besiktas on a free.

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Raúl

One of the club's greatest legends left for Schalke 04 in 2010 . The club wanted to hold a simple press conference for Raúl to say his farewells. But the pressure of the fans who approached the Bernabéu to see their idol for the last time caused them to open the doors to allow them say goodbye the legendary number '7'.

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Raúl

One of the club's greatest legends left for Schalke 04 in 2010 . The club wanted to hold a simple press conference for Raúl to say his farewells. But the pressure of the fans who approached the Bernabéu to see their idol for the last time caused them to open the doors to allow them say goodbye the legendary number '7'.

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Raúl

One of the club's greatest legends left for Schalke 04 in 2010 . The club wanted to hold a simple press conference for Raúl to say his farewells. But the pressure of the fans who approached the Bernabéu to see their idol for the last time caused them to open the doors to allow them say goodbye the legendary number '7'.

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Ronaldo

He left in the winter market of 2007. His constant injuries ruined his last year in Madrid, where he had lost his starting role to Ruud Van Nistelrooy.

Photo: PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU AFP

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Ronaldo

He left in the winter market of 2007. His constant injuries ruined his last year in Madrid, where he had lost his starting role to Ruud Van Nistelrooy.

Photo: PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU AFP

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Ronaldo

He left in the winter market of 2007. His constant injuries ruined his last year in Madrid, where he had lost his starting role to Ruud Van Nistelrooy.

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Ronaldo

He left in the winter market of 2007. His constant injuries ruined his last year in Madrid, where he had lost his starting role to Ruud Van Nistelrooy.

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Luis Figo

The first of the Galactico generation to arrive was also the first to leave. After participating in the pre-season with Madrid, he joined Inter before start of the 2005/06 season.

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Luis Figo

The first of the Galactico generation to arrive was also the first to leave. After participating in the pre-season with Madrid, he joined Inter before start of the 2005/06 season.

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Alfredo Di Stefano

Di Stefano was the greatest football player of the 1950s. In 1964 Madrid lost the final of the European Cup in Vienna to Inter and blamed Di Stefano for his performance. After confronting the coach and president, he went to Espanyol where he played two more seasons before retiring.

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Alfredo Di Stefano

Di Stefano was the greatest football player of the 1950s. In 1964 Madrid lost the final of the European Cup in Vienna to Inter and blamed Di Stefano for his performance. After confronting the coach and president, he went to Espanyol where he played two more seasons before retiring.

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