Born in Vienna, Alaba began his career with SV Aspern, his local club in Aspern, in the 22nd district, Donaustadt, before joining the youth setup of FK Austria Wien at age 10. He rose through the ranks quickly, and in April 2008 he was named on the first-team substitutes’ bench for a Bundesliga match. He also played five times for Austria Wien’s reserve team before leaving in summer 2008 to join German Bundesliga side Bayern Munich.
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Born: 1994 (age 24 years), Vienna, Austria
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George Alaba (* 1960 or 1961 in Nigeria ) is an Austrian musician. Alaba began studying in Vienna in 1984. After learning German for a few semesters , his interest in economics brought him to the Vienna University of Economics and Business .
However, he later dropped out of business studies to work on his career as a musician. He first worked as a DJ in front of an international audience in the African Club . His first CD was not a success. In the mid-1990s he was granted Austrian citizenship. This meant that he was also called to the Austrian army , in which he served as the first dark-skinned guard soldier, which drew great media attention.
In 1988, he met the Philippine- born nurse Gina and married her in 1996. Together, they are the parents of Rose May , who gained a place in the ” Popstars Girl Group BFF ” on the talent show “Popstars Mission Austria” of the transmitter Puls 4 and also works as a model, and the football player David Alaba .
Musically, he found in 1997 his partner Petra Suk, with whom he appeared as a duo Two in One . Their breakthrough came with the “Indian Song”, which ended up in second place on the Austrian charts. After seven years of cooperation ended a patent dispute over the band’s name, whose fighting out would have been beyond their financial possibilities, their careers.
Alaba turned back to his profession as a DJ, this time in the “Gogobar Beverly Hills” in the center of Vienna. He gave up this job in favor of his children, whom he now supports in their careers.
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Born: 24 June 1992 (age 25 years), Vienna, Austria
Height: 1.8 m
Parents: George Alaba, Gina Alaba
Siblings: Rose May Alaba
Current teams: FC Bayern Munich (#27 / Defender), Austria national football team (#8 / Defender)
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David Alaba is set to miss Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga match against Hoffenheim on Saturday evening with an ankle injury. The versatile Austria international suffered the injury on national team duty against Georgia on Tuesday night and was substituted in the 38th minute.
A medical bulletin posted on the club’s website read: “David Alaba injured his left ankle in Austria’s World Cup qualifier against Georgia on Tuesday night and he is currently sidelined. “That was the diagnosis of an examination in Munich on Wednesday. The FC Bayern defender injured himself in a challenge and had to go off on 38 minutes.”
The statement was more positive regarding summer signing Sebastian Rudy, who went off injured for Germany in their 6-0 win over Norway on Monday night. He is expected to train on Thursday with a view to being in the squad for the weekend.
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Before Pep Guardiola took over from Jupp Heynckes, FC Bayern Munich won the treble, winning the Bundesliga Cup, and the Champions League. 2 years ago, FC Bayern’s wage bill was around €150 million but after the arrival of Pep Guardiola he made a couple of high-profile signings the recent wage bill was reported to be €180 million showing a €30 million increase in just a year.
Weekly salary: €135,000
Contract: 3 Years (2021)
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- Gina Alaba
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Alaba played for Austria at under-17, under-19 and under-21 level. In October 2009, he was called up to the senior Austria national team for a match against France. He made his debut in this game, making him the youngest player in the history of the Austrian national team. He scored his first goal for Austria on 16 October 2012 in a World Cup Qualifying game at home to Kazakhstan where Austria were 4–0 winners.
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At the age of just 19, Alaba won the prestigious vote for Austrian Footballer of the Year in 2011. In the poll organised by APA (Austrian press agency) among the coaches of the ten Austrian Bundesliga clubs, Alaba finished top on 21 points, just ahead of Austria Wien’s Dutch star Nacer Barazite (20 points) and VfB Stuttgart’s Martin Harnik.
In December 2012, he received the award for the second consecutive year. On 10 September 2013, Alaba scored the only goal of the game against Ireland in the 84 minute to give Austria a 1–0. He scored the final goal in Austria’s 3–0 win in the final qualification match against Faroe Islands. Alaba ended the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign as Austria’s top scorer with six goals.
He scored a ninth-minute Panenka-style penalty kick on 8 September 2015 to open a 4–1 away win over Sweden at the Friends Arena in Solna. The result qualified Austria for UEFA Euro 2016, their first successful qualification campaign for the continental championship.
On 24 March 2017, he captained Austria for the first time in a World Cup 2018 Qualification game against Moldova in a 2–0 victory, deputizing in the absence of suspended captain Julian Baumgartlinger.
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He is a Defender. The Alaba family has a habit of coming first; dad George was the first black gardesoldat in the Austrian army, mother Gina is a former Miss Philippines, and then there’s David.
He was in the Austria Vienna squad at 15 and was Austria’s youngest international at 17 years and 112 days. Just over 100 days later, he became the youngest player to make a competitive appearance for Bayern Munich. A month after that, he added the same honour for the German giants in the UEFA Champions League.
Alaba also became the youngest Bayern player to reach 50 competitive appearances, and he then claimed the record for getting to a century of Bundesliga wins last season. If he wasn’t such a great guy…
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David Alaba excited at thought of move to Barcelona or Manchester United
Jun 5, 2018
David Alaba keeps on talking about his future and it doesn’t seem to involve staying at Bayern Munich. The defender’s dad has spoken to AS recently and said “everyone knows that Real Madrid are really interested in David” and now Alba has talked up both Barcelona and Manchester United for that matter.
“I always dream big, I see myself playing in one of the great clubs of the world in the next five years,” he said.
“Big clubs like Manchester United and Barcelona excite me.”
Source | Marca
It definitely sounds like Alaba is angling for a move away, and he’s not that bothered about where he goes as long as it’s a “big club.” Bayern are set for a pretty interested summer with Niko Kovac coming in to replace Jupp Heynckes as coach, while star man Robert Lewandowski’s agent has said he wants out.