Alan Perez vs Florentino Perez

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Former President of Peru
Net worth 2018
$1.93 Billion
Presidents
Industry
Construction & Engineering
Lima, Peru
Residence
Madrid, Spain
Peruvian
Country
Spain
23/05/1949
BirthDay
08/03/1947
1.93 m
Height
Children
3
National University of San Marcos, Complutense University of Madrid, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, University of Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne
Education
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2008

Though Garcia managed to earn the reputation of a good leader in his second term, the ‘Peruvian Oil Scandal’ and the ‘Political Crisis’ during the 2008-08 period, damaged his public image further

2006

Perez managed to gain approximately 25% of the votes in the 2006 Presidential elections

2001

After staying away from Peru for almost 8 years, Garcia returned in 2001 after the Fujimori government perished

1992

The Fujimori government accused Perez of several crimes during the latter’s tenure as the president, and planned a coup against him in 1992

1985

In 1985, Perez contested for the presidential elections

1978

Alan Garcia got married to Pilar Nores, an economist of Argentinian descent, in 1978

1971

Perez followed the footsteps of his father, and in 1971, he joined the revolutionary party ‘APRA’

1949

Perez was born on May 23, 1949 at Lima city in Peru to middle class parents

2015

After Iker Casillas' move to Porto in July 2015, Casillas' agent, Santos Márquez, criticized Pérez, "He doesn't like black players, but is not a racist," and that is why players like Claude Makélélé and Samuel Eto'o weren't paid as much as other players

2014

During the 2014 summer transfer window, Pérez brought in 2014 FIFA World Cup stars James Rodríguez, Toni Kroos, and Keylor Navas to Real Madrid for a combined cost of £95 million, as well as Javier Hernández on a loan deal from Manchester United

2013

On 2 June 2013, Pérez was awarded a fourth term as the Real Madrid president, bringing in Carlo Ancelotti to replace Mourinho

2012

However, the club's lack of success in European competition and a disappointing 2012–13 season encouraged Mourinho to depart for his former club Chelsea

2011

This squad enjoyed its share of domestic success in 2011 and 2012, with the club bringing home a Copa del Rey title and the Spanish League

2010

During the next three years, Pérez brought a lot of new faces to the team, including the German wonderkid Mesut Özil, and Ángel Di María, who both attracted attention from Europe's elite football clubs during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa

2009

On 5 August 2009, Real Madrid confirmed the signing of Xabi Alonso from Liverpool for £30 million; Alonso became the second Liverpool player to join Real Madrid in the same transfer window after full-back Álvaro Arbeloa's £3

2006

He announced his resignation on 27 February 2006, acknowledging that the team and the club as a whole needed a new direction

2003

" From the 2003–04 season onward, with the absence of del Bosque and Makélélé, Real Madrid failed to win a trophy

2002

He was followed by Ronaldo in 2002, David Beckham in 2003, Michael Owen in 2004 and Robinho for a short while in 2005

2001

In 2001, Zinedine Zidane was signed from Juventus for a then-world record transfer fee of €73

2000

His second attempt was more successful; he took over as president in 2000, beating the current chairman at that time, Lorenzo Sanz

1998

Sanz assumed that the recently won European Cups in 1998 and 2000 would give him enough credit to win the elections, but Pérez's campaign, once again highlighting the financial problems of the club and claims of mismanagement by the previous boards, proved otherwise

1997

(ACS) in 1997, he became president of the new company

1995

Florentino Pérez first ran for the presidency of Real Madrid in the 19 February 1995 election

1993

In 1993, he was named vice president of OCP Construcciones

1986

In 1986, Pérez ran in the Spanish general elections as candidate for the Partido Reformista Democrático (Democratic Reform Party)

1979

Pérez joined the Union of the Democratic Centre party in 1979, serving among others on the Madrid city council

1947

Florentino Pérez Rodríguez (Spanish pronunciation: [floɾenˈtino ˈpeɾeθ roˈðɾiɣeθ]; born 8 March 1947) is a Spanish businessman, civil engineer, former politician, and current president of Real Madrid C