Almost everyone knows about the legacy of Victor Valdes. He’s a total legend in football. He was born in Spain and started playing as a kid, eventually getting into a youth academy. Even before the age of 20 he was well-known for his skill set and appreciated by pundits all over the world for his sheer goalkeeping skills. Valdes was accepted by many as one of the best in business performing to his expectations with some of his best moments in football coming at the tender age of 24.
He also made it to the finals of the major European competition making a string of saves in the match and helping his club win the ultimate prize. In his most successful year for the team, he helped them reach the peak of success at club level. Valdes kept crushing it for Barcelona over the next few years, helping them win even more titles, including two more trophies.
He also took part in national duty for the country representing them in multiple major tournaments and even helping them win crucial matches on the biggest stage.
Although there was an injury scare in his career he was someone who kept going on. But Valdes’ impact on soccer goes beyond just what he did on the field. He’s also a devoted family man and does a ton of charity work through the Victor Valdes Foundation, which helps kids get into sports and education. After his retirement from football people still remember all the feats he achieved as a player. Valdes was a successful player and won multiple awards even being named in the pundit’s team of the year for that particular season. His fans will never forget all the epic and unforgettable moments he gave them.