Clubs: AFC Ajax, Valencia CF
UEFA European Under-21 Championship: winner 2007
• A versatile Dutch footballer of Caribbean parentage, Maduro graduated from Ajax's famous academy and was voted the club's brightest emerging talent in 2003/04.
• Made his club debut on 24 February 2005 in a UEFA Cup tie away to AJ Auxerre (1-3) and won his first senior cap for the Netherlands less than a month later – on 26 March in a FIFA World Cup qualifier against Romania (2-0); went to Germany the following year as member of the Dutch World Cup squad.
• Helped Ajax to a Dutch Cup win in 2006 but missed the following year's final triumph over AZ Alkmaar through injury; left Amsterdam for Valencia in January 2008 for €3m after scoring nine goals in 70 Eredivisie encounters.
• Captained hosts the Netherlands at the 2005 FIFA U-20 World Cup and became a European Under-21 champion, again on home soil, two years later when he scored once in four outings at the finals.
• Made irregular appearances for Valencia during 2008/09 and 2009/10 but scored the winner – against Real Racing Club – in first home game of the 2010/11 Liga season and returned to the Dutch squad for their opening UEFA EURO 2012 qualifier against San Marino (5-0), making his first competitive start for the Oranje in almost five years.
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|07.08.2016||Dutch First Division||Groningen||0-5||Feyenoord||90||0||0|
|13.08.2016||Dutch First Division||Excelsior||2-0||Groningen||28||0||0|
|04.12.2016||Dutch First Division||Ajax||2-0||Groningen||8||0||0|
|22.04.2017||Dutch First Division||Go Ahead Eagles||2-3||Groningen||5||0||0|
|20.05.2017||Dutch First Division||AZ||4-1||Groningen||23||0||0|
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