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Carlos Bacca

Carlos Arturo Bacca Ahumada (born 8 September 1986) is a Colombian footballer who plays for Sevilla FC in La Liga, as a striker.

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Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca is set to turn down Arsenal and Man Utd in favour of a move to Serie A side AS Roma. (Sou…
How is a Colombian side with Jackson Martinez, Falcao, Carlos Bacca and James Rodriguez not able to score one goal?
I'd like to file a missing person report on the following people: James Rodriguez, Radamel Falcao, Carlos Bacca.
Salomon Rondon looking the most impressive for Venezuela, as for Columbia barley noticed Carlos Bacca and James Rodriguez just been poor
( Falcao,James Rodriguez, Cuardado and Carlos Bacca ). That is some Front 4 for Colombia
Roma keen on Carlos Bacca. Rudi Garcia has asked Sabatini to do everything he can to sign him from Sevilla
Man Utd and Arsenal handed huge Carlos Bacca boost as Sevilla move for Tottenham target.
Manchester United have made an opening offer for Sevilla sharpshooter Carlos Bacca. (Source: Fichajes)
Carlos Bacca double breaks Dnipro hearts for Sevilla to make history (via
Carlos Bacca, James Rodriguez, Jackson Martinez, Radamel Falcao...Colombia will win the 2015 Copa America. FAV this & …
Jackson Martinez, Carlos Bacca sure both 28 and big money. Score goals though.
You know it's kinda weird how there are all these transfer rumors surrounding Jackson Martinez but little to none around Carlos Bacca.
James Rodriguez knew where Carlos Bacca would fire his Sevilla
I just hope neither Carlos Bacca or Jackson Martinez end up at They are very good people to suffer Louis Van Gaal. Deserve better.
David Luiz over Godin in the UEFA team of the year. Carlos Bacca getting the La-Liga South american player of the season over Messi
Carlos Bacca won the best south american of the league ahead of Messi too.
Bacca changed for the better at Sevilla: Carlos Bacca tells how he has changed his game ...
Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur chase Carlos Bacca?: However, Rodgers will face competition from Tottenh...
Carlos Bacca's replacement should be Luis Fernando Muriel not Teofilo Gutierrez!
you bought Beatles after selling buy a quality striker like Carlos Bacca , Edinson cavani
Let's tell Carra, to tell Breno that William Carvalho and Carlos Bacca are decent players :P
Carlos Bacca, Jackson Martinez & James Rodriguez at watching Federer vs Wawrinka
Falcao, Adrian Ramos, Teofillo Gutierez, Carlos Bacca and Jackson Martinez. That's 5 class strikers right there. Columbia is blessed.
Sevilla's Colombian forward Carlos Bacca (C) celebrates his goal with forward Gerard Deulofeu (L) and midfield...
Praying for Carlos Bacca, Ivica Olic, Alexandre Lacazette and Cristiano Ronaldo goals today 🙏👍
Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca says the club have set their sights of a top-four finish in La Liga this season
TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester City and Arsenal have been offered Monaco striker Radamel Falcao, 28, for around £55m. (Guardian) Will the battle to land Falcao come down to a straight fight between Manchester City and Arsenal? Arsenal are set to make an offer for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca, 27. (Metro) Manchester United will demand £5m from any club hoping to take forward Danny Welbeck, 23, on loan for the rest of the season. (Sun - subscription required) Arsenal have been pipped to the signing of Paris St-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 19, by Roma. (Daily Express) Meanwhile, Gunners forward Joel Campbell, 22, has requested a loan move to Portuguese side Benfica. (O Jogo - in Portuguese) Monday's Sun back page Tom Cleverley's £8m move to Aston Villa from Manchester United is under threat because of the 25-year-old midfielder's wage demands. (Daily Telegraph) Real Madrid are in talks with Manchester United over taking Mexico striker Javier Hernandez, 26, on a season-long loan. (Daily Mirror) Sunderland ...
Arsenal line up Bacca bid The Gunners could make a transfer deadline move for the Sevilla striker, with the Spanish club understood to be willing to accept a €16 million fee for the Colombian Aug 31, 2014 18:20:00 EXCLUSIVE By Oliver Pickup Arsene Wenger is poised to make a bid for Sevilla star Carlos Bacca in an attempt to ease Arsenal’s striker problems before the transfer window closes. Goal understands the Gunners have turned their attention to the Colombia international after Loic Remy joined Chelsea. The Sevilla striker has a €35 million release clause in his contract but the Spanish club, who bought Bacca for €7m last summer, would be willing to allow him to leave for around €16m. The 27-year-old is a proven goalscorer and, with Olivier Giroud sidelined for three months with an ankle injury, Bacca would provide a superb option for Wenger. The South American netted 21 times for Sevilla last season, having moved to the La Liga club 12 months ago from Club Brugge, where he scored an impressi ...
River in the argentinian league started every game over Jackson Martinez and Carlos Bacca, unless
- Inter Milan make swap offer for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca
is there a real interest by Milan for Jackson Martinez or Carlos Bacca?
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Soccer 6 team news: Teofilo Gutierrez to lead attack despite Jackson Martinez scoring twice v Japan while Carlos Bacca recovered from injury
left Jackson Martinez and Carlos Bacca (who has 50 goals between them this season) & wonder kid Juan Quintero on the bench
Juan Quintero, Carlos Bacca & Jackson Martinez are all on the bench for Colombia today. Talk about great options on the bench...
question for Silvestre,do you think Carlos Bacca can fill in Ramadel Falcao's shoes for COLOMBIA ?
Colombia - Greece Preview: South Americans look to replace absent Falcao The prolific forward's omission from the tournament has led to a rethink in attack for Jose Pekerman's side, who are not short of options to fill his position Colombia coach Jose Pekerman has selection problems ahead of his side’s World Cup debut against Greece in Belo Horizonte on Saturday. They begin their campaign without a number of key players after midfielder Edwin Valencia and striker Radamel Falcao were ruled out of the competition through injury. Falcao’s absence is a big blow and means Pekerman is likely to opt for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca instead, with River Plate’s Teo Gutierrez playing off him in a 4-4-2 formation, but the Argentine coach is yet to decide on a replacement for deep-lying midfielder Valencia. Captain Mario Yepes will start at the back, despite his advanced age of 38, although it is unclear which of the other defenders will partner the experienced Atalanta man against Greece. Further forward, Jack ...
Colombia v Greece (Saturday, ko 5pm UK time)   Colombia cruised through their qualifying campaign, conceding only 13 goals in the process, and hopes are high they can go a long way in this competition, despite missing their talismanic striker Radamel Falcao. However, their squad consists of new players having their first taste of the World Cup and they could take time to settle in, which is not ideal against experienced campaigners Greece in this Group C opener. Falcao's absence could see coach Jose Pekerman play a lone striker up front – not possible when the Monaco man is fit as he needs a partner to operate at his best – and that role could go to Carlos Bacca, who has been shooting the lights out at Seville. Greece can be stubborn to break down, though, and punters should be wary of piling into the South Americans at short odds, and instead consider backing the draw. Two of Greece's warm-ups ended 0-0 and that could be how this ends.   Recommendation: Draw @ 23/10 (3.3) bet365   Uruguay v Costa ...
We have Jackson Martinez, Adrian Ramos, Carlos Bacca, and Victor Ibarbo all quality strikers !!!
Guys complaining about Falcao; remember Colombia still have Jackson Martinez, Carlos Bacca and Victor. Plus their main man was always James…
naw man still god Jackson Martinez and Carlos Bacca can get it done not like Falcao but they'll be good
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Atletico Madrid want to rescue Roberto Soldado from his Tottenham nightmare and sign the striker as a replacement for Diego Costa. Switzerland international Xherdan Shaqiri has confirmed that, should he leave Bayern Munich this summer, a move to the Premier League would be an option. Besiktas have opened talks with Chelsea over signing striker Demba Ba this summer. Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has admitted to playing his part in attempting to lure fellow Spaniard Cesc Fabregas to Old Trafford. Atletico are looking at other targets, however, including Chelsea duo Romelu Lukaku and Fernando Torres, as well as Porto star Jackson Martinez, Sevilla's Carlos Bacca and Manchester City's Alvaro Negredo. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Louis van Gaal remains keen on Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels and Feyenoord's Bruno Martins Indi, despite reports in Spain claiming United had agreed a £24m deal for Atletico Madrid centre back Miranda. Manchester City expect to bring in four n ...
FOOTBALL NEWS: EUROPA LEAGUE FINAL Sevilla beat Benfica on penalties to win the Europa League in Turin, their third triumph in the competition in nine seasons. Benfica, losers in their seven previous European finals, were seeking a first continental trophy since 1962. And the Portuguese side might have ended that sequence had Lima's late effort not been hooked off the line. It fell to Kevin Gameiro to score the winning spot-kick after Sevilla keeper Beto denied Oscar Cardozo and Rodrigo. Carlos Bacca, Stephane Mbia, who is on loan from Queens Park Rangers, and Jorge Moreno were also on target for the Spanish club. Brazilian Lima and Luisao did find the net for Benfica but Lisbon-born Beto denied the side from his home city with crucial saves to keep out Cardozo and Rodrigo. Sevilla overcame fellow Spanish side Espanyol on penalties to win the 2007 final, 12 months after beating Middlesbrough for their first success in the competition, known then as the Uefa Cup. But while Los Rojiblancos's 9,000 travellin ...
Sunday's gossip column 11 May 2014 Updated 06:22 GMT For a list of confirmed transfers, check out the transfers page. Visit our manager ins and outs page for a list of all the current bosses in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership. TRANSFER GOSSIP Real Madrid are preparing a £60m summer bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after making the 27-year-old their top transfer target. Full story: Metro Chelsea moved closer to completing a deal for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa, 25, after the Spanish club started putting in place a bid for his replacement Carlos Bacca. Full story: Star on Sunday Everton are considering a £10m move for Chelsea striker Demba Ba, 28, to replace Romelu Lukaku, 20, who is set to return to Stamford Bridge after a season on loan at Goodison Park. Full story: Mail on Sunday Manchester United are in pole position to sign Southampton left- back Luke Shaw, 18, ahead of their Premier League rivals Chelsea this summer. Full story: Star on Sunday OTHER GOSSIP A ...
Milan want Carlos Bacca to replace Mario Balotelli, it has been reported in the Spanish Press. The current Rossoneri striker has been heavily linked with a move away from San Siro this summer, with pundit Giancarlo Marocchi claiming at the weekend that the club had ‘given up’ on the Italy international. As such, Fichajes.net believe that Clarence Seedorf’s team are already looking for potential signings – and have targeted the Sevilla forward. Bacca has been in sensational form in his first season in Spanish football, guiding the Rojiblancos to fifth in the table, scoring 14 goals in the process. But the Diavolo will face stiff competition from the likes of Everton, who are also thought to be keen on his services.
World Cup Nation, Colombia: In an exclusive interview striker Carlos Bacca says he is prepared to help in the absence of Radamel Falcao
keep an eye on Sevilla's Carlos Bacca - in contention to be a starter for Colombia in the World Cup if Falcao cant make it
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What's the blues thoughts on carlos bacca if lukaku don't sign permanent
Everton plans £9m bid for Sevilla striker Bacca Everton is planning a 9 million pound move for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca with manager Roberto Martinez planning for life at Goodison Park without Romelu Lukaku. Source: Daily Mirror
Don't get too excited, Everton fans. The Mirror are wrong about Carlos Bacca having a £9m buy-out clause. It is actuall…
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Everton will move for Carlos Bacca when Lukaku goes back to Chelsea. That would be a top, top signing.
Carlos Bacca deserved it even more than Rooney imo
Pisses me of when sports papers and websites get the simplest thing wrong like the age of a player. The common person can easily find it by doing a quick google search, so for a journalist to get it wrong is pathetic. I read one yesterday saying Everton was interested in 22 year old Carlos Bacca and he's 28 in September??? The BBC gossip column says Marcelo is 22 today as well
Bacca: It’s our dream to get to Turin: Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca is just as enthusiastic as his team-mates ...
According to Reyes will start tomorrow against Sevilla FC. Reyes v Carlos Bacca.
TODAY'S UPDATE =Man Utd ready to offer Kagawa plus cash to Napoli for Marek Hamsik =PSG,Athletico and Barca are vying for Spurs Keeper Hugo Lloris =Spurs defender Younes Kaboul is eager to join Arsenal =Celtic are interested in signing Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski =Chelsea rival Man Utd for Porto's defender Alex Sandro =Newcastle are ready to make a move Lyon striker Alex Lacazette =Arsenal eye £2m rated Lille striker Salomon Kalou =Juventus want to buy Cuardrado,Di Maria and Mandzukic this summer =Liverpool are keen bid for Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle =Everton are ready to bid for Sevilla forward Carlos Bacca =Chelsea are keen to sale David Luiz to raise funds for Diego Costa =St Petersberg are ready to bid for Mesut Ozil of Arsenal =Spurs rival Arsenal,Man Utd and Liverpool for Sevilla defender Alberto Moreno =Feyenoord are set to bid for Man City flop John Guidetti =Southampton defender Luke Shaw has revealed that he will not join either Chelsea or Liverpool =Newcastle rival Arsenal for Toulouse ...
Carlos Bacca is proven class in La Liga though. Difference. Could have flopped in Seville.
great hashtag. Interesting rumour about Everton and Carlos Bacca. Seen him on Sky a few times this season. He's handy
LATEST TRANSFER RUMOURS Chelsea and Man Utd to battle for Alex Sandro Chelsea and Manchester United are ready to go head-to-head in a battle to sign Porto defender Alex Sandro in the summer. Arsenal looking at Kalou Arsenal is considering a move to bring Lille forward, and former Chelsea attacker, Salomon Kalou to the Emirates Stadium in a 2 million pound deal, with the Gunners having previously toyed with a January swoop. Newcastle turns to Lacazette Newcastle is ready to make a move for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette in the summer as the club searches for a replacement for Loic Remy. Dortmund to pay 10 million euros for Ramos Dortmund will pay a 10 million euro fee for Hertha's striker Adrian Ramos. He will get a contract till 2017 with an option for another year and earn 2.8 million euros a year. The deal will be finalized and made official soon. Manchester City to keep Joe Hart after Valdes injury Manchester City intends to keep hold of goalkeeper Joe Hart after Victor Valdes tore his anterior cruci ...
do you think Carlos Bacca would be a good addition for Arsenal in the summer?
Everton are preparing to make a £9million move for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca. (Daily Mirror)
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Everton plot £9million move for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca as they plan for life after Romelu Lukaku.
Everton are plotting a £9m move for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca, as a replacement for on-loan forward Romelu Lukaku.
La Liga: Sevilla star in Everton link: Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca is reportedly a top summer target for Ever...
Sevilla 2-1 Real Madrid: Los Blancos slip up after Carlos Bacca strikes as Gareth Bale changes his boots
The incredible story of Carlos Bacca who yesterday scored 2 goals for Sevilla against Real Madrid: From an amateur football player in Colombia and part-time fisherman to provide for his family, until in 2012, he was spotted by Belgian club Club Brugge scoring 31 goals in 54 matches. This season he was signed by Sevilla, here he already scored 14 goals, 2 of which yesterday against Real Madrid, beating them 2-1. Never give up on your dreams!
Five years ago Carlos Bacca was selling fish to make ends meet. Last night he scored twice against Real Madrid. Quite the jou…
Spain Posted on March 27, 2014 by john Ancelotti: We can still win the title(AFP) Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti believes his side can still win the Spanish La Liga title despite losing for a second time in four days as they slumped to a 2-1 defeat at Sevilla. Two goals from Colombia striker Carlos Bacca was enough to hand Sevilla a sixth consecutive league win after Cristiano Ronaldo had put Madrid in front.
Sevilla 2-1 Real Madrid 26 March 2014 23:16 Real Madrid suffered their second La Liga loss of the week and lost ground in the title race with a 2-1 defeat at fifth-placed Sevilla. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring with a deflected free kick for Real, who were beaten by Barcelona on Sunday. Madrid missed a host of chances, which included Ronaldo hitting the post before the break. Carlos Bacca equalised and superb play from Ivan Rakitic created Bacca's second. The visitors still had their chances to take at least a point, with Ronaldo and Gareth Bale spurning chances. The defeat, coupled with wins for Atletico Madrid and Barcelona, means Carlo Ancelotti's side have dropped to third in La Liga. They are three points behind leaders Atletico, who defeated Granada 1-0, and two below Barcelona, who beat Celta Vigo 3-0, with eight games to play. It is the first time Real have lost two successive league matches since May 2009.
REAL SHAME MARK II! SEVILLA SORT OUT Real Madrid! There could have been referee Undiano Malenko controversies when Barcelona beat sorry Real Madrid on Sunday at Santiago Bernabeu but no such excuses last night as Carlos Bacca scored twice to propel Sevilla to a sweet 2-1 victory over Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo had given Real a false start before Bacca condemned the illustrious visitors to a bitter second defeat in three days. No such difficulties for on form big town rivals Atletico Madrid who made short work of Granada with red hot Diego Costa securing a 1-0 win. Diego Simeone's side are a point clear of second placed Barcelona who battered Celta Vigo 3-0 with magical Lionel Messi among the goals. Real Madrid drop clear third on 70 points; three points off the pace setters. I hope some of their fans-my beloved personal friends-won't go into hiding (AGAIN) after this messi-less butchering! Lo Renzo and Fidelis Silungwe lads can we please continue the conversation?
Sevilla 2-1 Real Madrid: Two Bacca strikes down Blancos Carlo Ancelotti's men fell to defeat just a few days after losing to Barcelona at home in the Clasico, and their title hopes are potentially fading Real Madrid suffered another blow in the title race, falling to consecutive defeats as Carlos Bacca's double saw them lose 2-1 to Sevilla at Wednesday. TheBlancos' controversial 4-3 defeat to arch-rivals Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday saw them overtaken by Atletico Madrid at the table's summit - subsequently reigniting the Catalans' own challenge in what is shaping up to be one of the best Spanish title races in recent years. But Ancelotti's side endured more disappointment in Andalusia on Wednesday, with a second reverse in the space of a few days. Cristiano Ronaldo's 14th-minute free kick gave them a good start and they looked rampant at one stage, with Karim Benzema in particular threatening. However, they were made to rue their misses as Carlos Bacca leveled a few moments later. The vis ...
I see Carlos Bacca closer than Adrian Ramos for Falcao's spot. Jackson Martínez behind in the race.
Photo of the Year – Derbi Sevillano – Carlos Bacca and Lolo Reyes: Spanish football fans were witness to not o...
Liga BBVA 2013/2014 Real regain lead, Sevilla sink Almeria (PA) Sunday 9 March 2014 Real Madrid are again three points clear at the top of the Spanish La Liga after a 3-0 win over Levante on Sunday. Carlo Ancelotti's men watched on Saturday as Atletico Madrid won at Celta Vigo to return to level points with them, before responding with a three-goal win. Cristiano Ronaldo got them going before the break, with Marcelo and an own goal from Nikos rounding things off after the break. The win also means they are four points clear of defending champions Barcelona and surely have to be considered the favourite of the three sides chasing the title. Sevilla ensured their preparation for next week's UEFA Europa League derby clash with Real Betis was almost perfect with a 3-1 away win over Almeria. Carlos Bacca, Daniel Carrico and Kevin Gameiro all scored for Sevilla with Aleix Vidal claiming a late consolation for the home side as the result kept the pressure on sixth-placed Real Sociedad, who are two points clear o ...
we still have Teofilo Gutierrez, Jackson Martinez, Carlos Bacca and Luis Muriel I don't see why we have such a dependency on Falcao
He starts alongside Teo Gutierrez, so Jackson Martinez, Luis Muriel or Carlos Bacca should provide good cover.
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Colombia shouldn't fret too hard, they do have Jackson Martinez, Teofilo Gutierrez, Carlos Bacca, Luis Muriel, C. D. Quintero &... Montero?
Jackson Martinez, Luis Muriel, Carlos Bacca, Teofilo Gutierrez, Victor Ibarbo. They have the firepower up top.
•Atlético Madrid 1 Sevilla 1 Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid blew up a glorious chance to go atop the spanish liga bbva , conceding a second-half penalty to draw 1-1 at home with Sevilla. •In Summary it was a below-par performance from Diego Simeone's side, who may have been affected by the pressure arising from Barcelona drawing at Levante just before and although David Villa's goal after 18 minutes put them on their way to victory, they failed to build on their lead and were punished when Juanfran brought down Carlos Bacca in the area, allowing Ivan Rakitic to level on 73 minutes. Even the sending off of Sevilla left-back Alberto Moreno with a minute to go of normal time did not end up aiding Atleti's cause, their best hope of a winner being a couple of half-hearted penalty appeals and a header from Diego Costa that went well over the bar. Atleti remain second in the table, behind Barcelona on goal difference, both clubs seeing their lead over Real Madrid cut to a single point. Although a loud chee ...
FOOTBALL NEWS. Gareth Bale scored twice as Real Madrid claimed an emphatic 7-3 win over 10-man Sevilla in La Liga. The Wales international, making his first start at the Bernabeu, opened the scoring with a smart finish, before adding a second soon after. Bale, 24, also provided two assists as Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick, while Karim Benzema grabbed two goals. Ivan Rakitic scored two and Carlos Bacca got one for Sevilla, who had Stephane Mbia sent off. Records for Ronaldo and Real Cristiano Ronaldo's three goals moved him up to fourth in Real's all-time scorer list with 157, one more than Ferenc Puskas He has scored 14 goals against Sevilla - more than against any other La Liga team This is the first Liga match at Bernabeu in 46 years in which 10+ goals have been scored. In 1967, Real defeated Sociedad 9-1 Real are six points behind leaders Barcelona after the win and two off second-placed Atletico. The two goals took Bale's total for Real Madrid to three goals in six games since his £85m move fr ...
Shared from FotMob - Sevilla 4 - 1 Rayo Vallecano. 88' Carlos Bacca scores for Sevilla!
Shared from FotMob - Sevilla 3 - 1 Rayo Vallecano. 80' Carlos Bacca scores for Sevilla!
Carlos Bacca (assisted on Marko Marin's goal for Sevilla vs. U. Catolica at 61'.
How was Carlos Bacca? Lovely bit of play for Marko Marin's goal.
SOURCE SKY SPORTS Mark Schwarzer is not planning to replace Petr Cech as Chelsea's number one goalkeeper - but the Australian will certainly push hard to be involved at his new club - LONDON EVENING STANDARD Chelsea and Tottenham will battle it out to sign Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke - LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is finalising a deal that will see him move to Eintracht Frankfurt - LONDON EVENING STANDARD David Moyes has confirmed new boy Wilfried Zaha will be part of Manchester United's squad for their pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Moyes has reiterated that striker Wayne Rooney will not be sold - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Spain striker Alvaro Negredo looks to have moved a step closer to the Sevilla exit door after the Primera Division club signed Colombia forward Carlos Bacca from Club Bruges - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Real Madrid are ready to hijack Arsenal's bid to land Luis Suarez. Real president Florentino Perez is set to of ...
Man City target Alvaro Negredo closer to Sevilla exit after they signed Carlos Bacca
West Ham are looking to sign Pro League top scorer and Club Brugge striker Carlos Bacca in a £4million deal.
West Ham are hoping to get Belgian Pro League top scorer Carlos Bacca in a deal worth 4 million. (Via
Off to watch Anderlecht-Club Brugge, my focus will be on Vadis Odjidja, Matias Suarez, Carlos Bacca and Dieumerci Mbokani. Sun's shining.
I want to see Carlos Bacca and Luis Muriel.
Honestly...why would we use Teo when we have Jackson Martinez and Carlos Bacca. Actually...why would we use Teo period.
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It's a wrap for Cameroon. Carlos Bacca has scored Colombia's second goal after a low cross from Gilberto García.
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