Benito Raman was born in Uruguay and became a successful soccer player with the Benito Raman outfit. He is currently the second most paid football player in Spain after FC Barcelona’s Argentine superstar, Lionel Messi. His popularity with fans is immense, which is probably his biggest selling point as a player. Benito Raman has also established himself as a brand ambassador for several high profile companies such as Hertz, Alco, Sante Fe, Giorgio Armani and Volpi. His contracts with GEC (General Electric) and Umbro are up to renewal at the end of the season 2021-2021. The Red Parrot is another Spanish team that has signed a deal with Benito Raman.
Benito Raman’s career path took him through the ranks of Benito Raman before he decided to try his luck outside of the club. After some time in the MLS with the Atlanta Falcons, he was then snapped up by Spanish side Benito Raman for a nominal fee of around eight million pounds. This attracted criticism from within the English football community as Benito Raman did not speak very good English. However, Benito Raman impressed in both his time in America and in Benito Raman, Spain, scoring twice and assisting a third in two games. Benito Raman was then snapped up by Manchester City for a reported six million pounds.
With many football pundits are touting Benito Raman as the heir apparent to David Beckham, it seems that the time has come for Benito to stake his claim in Europe. Some may question Benito Raman’s workrate particularly as he is just now getting accustomed to English football and will need time to get used to the physical nature of English football. Some also question Benito Raman’s ability to score goals as he has never really cracked open a high quality opening goal.
Benito Raman has only spent a handful of days training with his teammates in Manchester, making it clear that he needs time to gel with the team before making his move to the Premier League. As well as having an inflated salary, many are questioning whether or not Benito Raman’s transfer is a clever marketing strategy by the Manchester giants given that they have a big advertising budget. This leaves many fans to wonder if the move is merely another example of rich businessmen taking advantage of the instability of football. Many fans are calling for the release of the following season ticket prices, which are set to rise yet again this year. The new stadium at Benito’s new home in Vitoria is set to make the atmosphere at the club even more exciting, as it is situated adjacent to Benito’s old stomping ground in Fuengirola. Should the club manage to move into the top league, it is expected that the surrounding streets will become even busier than usual.
Benito Raman’s first season in English football was plagued by injuries, making his transition to first team football at a slow and arduous process. Many fans were convinced that Benito Raman would prove to be a great signing for the club, but injuries prevented Benito from enjoying even half of the playing time that he had hoped for. Injuries were also bad news for Manchester United fans, who were already worried that David Beckham’s time at the club was limited due to his own knee troubles. Benito Raman made a promising start to the season, scoring against rivals Manchester City and West Bromwich on his debut, but he could not stop scoring in the next match, a draw against Villa. Despite being named in the starting lineup for the second match, Benito Raman was unable to provide the same performance against Watford, ultimately losing out on his place in the starting XI once again.
Benito Raman will likely be afforded the chance to prove himself once more with the arrival of Argentinean striker Samuel Eto’o, and if he can successfully adjust to life on the bench, then United might finally see a bright future under Beckham. However, Benito is not the only foreign player to be affected by the dip in the English game. Colombia international defender Juan Pablo Angel faces the possibility of a move to MLS, while Chelsea goalkeeper Joe Cole is expected to leave the club in the summer. These are just a couple of examples of how tough the situation is for foreign players in the Premier League, and although many people think that the Premier League has everything to offer, it may be years before British football can boast a top division that is comparable to France’s Ligue One. Despite the difficulties facing many foreign players at the current level, it is hard to look beyond the brighter future that is expected in the near future. There are countless talented youngsters emerging in this season’s England football program, and with the right guidance, they could turn into the next Benito Raman or David Beckham.