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This item is sold brand new. It is ordered on demand from our supplier and is usually dispatched within 7 - 13 working days Jose Bosingwa da Silva, known as Bosingwa, is a Portuguese footballer who plays for Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League, as a right defender. An attacking fullback, his pace and ability to get up and down the flanks creates problems for the opposition. He spent most of his professional career with Porto and Chelsea. A Portuguese international in the s, Bosingwa represented the nation at Euro . Chelsea On 19 June , FC Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge conceded defeat in his club's attempt to sign Bosingwa, who remained at Stamford Bridge. He sustained a knee injury in October, being rendered unavailable for the rest of the season. The club announced in early March that he required further surgery, ruling him out of the FIFA World Cup. On 24 April , Bosingwa played a vital role in Chelsea's match against Barcelona in the Champions League semifinals. He replaced injured Gary Cahill after only 12 minutes, and helped his side record a 2-2 draw at the Camp Nou and a 3-2 aggregate win; for most of the match he had to play as centre-back, as John Terry was also sent off before half-time. In his natural position, Bosingwa played the full 120 minutes in the Champions League final against FC Bayern Munich, as the Blues won 4-3 on penalties and became the first club from London to win the tournament. With Chelsea's back four being commended for their ability to keep the strong opposing offense at bay, Bosingwa himself received plaudits for his efforts against French winger Franck Ribery; Shortly after, however, along with teammates Drogba and Salomon Kalou, he was told he could leave once his contract expired the following month. Queens Park Rangers On 17 August , Bosingwa signed a three-year deal with Queens Park Rangers. He scored his first goal for his new club on the 28th, netting against Walsall in a 3-0 home win in the season's Football League Cup. In December Bosingwa was fined two weeks' wages, for refusing to sit on the bench for a league game against Fulham. Portugal Bosingwa's consistent performances at club level earned him his first call-up to the Portuguese national team in May for a UEFA Euro qualifier in Belgium. Bosingwa made 24 appearances for Portugal as first choice right back including all four matches at Euro in Austria and Switzerland.
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