Miguel Pérez Cuesta (born 21 March 1986), known as Michu (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmitʃu]), is a Spanish former professional footballer who played as a striker or attacking midfielder.

He started playing for Real Oviedo, subsequently representing Celta and Rayo Vallecano, making his La Liga debut with the latter in 2011–12. In 2012 he signed with Swansea City, scoring 22 goals across all competitions in his first season and winning the League Cup.

Despite performances which earned him an international debut for Spain in 2013, Michu fell out of favour at Swansea and was released in November 2015.

Michu 2013
Michu training with Swansea City in 2013
Personal information
Full name Miguel Pérez Cuesta[1]
Date of birth 21 March 1986 (age 33)
Place of birth Oviedo, Spain
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)[2]
Playing position Striker / Attacking midfielder
Youth career
1994–2003 Oviedo
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2003–2007 Oviedo 100 (13)
2007–2008 Celta B 28 (10)
2008–2011 Celta 101 (14)
2011–2012 Rayo Vallecano 37 (15)
2012–2015 Swansea City 52 (20)
2014–2015Napoli (loan) 3 (0)
2015–2016 Langreo 13 (10)
2016–2017 Oviedo 27 (1)
Total 361 (83)
National team
2013 Spain 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Club career

Oviedo / Celta

Miguel Pérez Cuesta, Celta de Vigo 2009
Michu with Celta in 2009

Michu was born in Oviedo, Asturias. After beginning with local Real Oviedo in the lower leagues, he moved to Celta de Vigo B in Segunda División B in the middle of 2007; midway through his first season he received his maiden first-team callup, finishing the season in the starting XI of the Segunda División side.

In mid-January 2010, a transfer to La Liga with Sporting de Gijón in order to replace Birmingham City-bound Míchel was almost arranged, but it eventually fell through and Michu stayed at Celta.[3] In his last two second level campaigns combined, he scored 12 goals for the Galicians.

On 8 June 2011, after helping the club to sixth position in the regular season, Michu netted the game's only goal in the first leg of the promotion play-offs against Granada CF, at home;[4] in the second leg, however, he missed his penalty shootout attempt and his team was eliminated (4–5).

Rayo Vallecano

On 27 July 2011, after his contract with Celta expired, Michu signed a two-year deal with Rayo Vallecano, newly promoted to the top division.[5] He made his debut in the competition on 28 August, in a 1–1 away draw against Athletic Bilbao.[6]

In his first season, Michu was one of the best national scorers (joint-ninth overall, best in the midfielder position), notably scoring braces against Real Sociedad (4–0 home win),[7] Racing de Santander (4–2, home),[8] CA Osasuna (6–0, home)[9] and Real Madrid, the latter albeit in a 2–6 away loss.[10]

Swansea City

Michu in 2013

On 20 July 2012, Michu signed a three-year contract with Premier League side Swansea City for a fee of £2 million.[11] Following the departure of Gylfi Sigurðsson, the club was looking for someone to fill the gap behind the striker in their 4–2–3–1 formation.[12] He was given the number 9 shirt upon his transfer, and subsequently began featuring as a striker.[13]

On his league debut on 18 August, Michu scored twice and provided an assist for Scott Sinclair in a 5–0 away win against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road. The first of his goals was also the first scored in the new top flight season,[14][15] and he later described his debut as "incredible".[16]

Michu stayed atop the goalscoring charts by netting the second in a 3–0 home win against West Ham United on 25 August,[17] and the second in the 2–2 draw against Sunderland the following matchday.[18]

Michu scored his first FA Cup goal on 6 January 2013, coming off the bench in an eventual 2–2 home draw against Arsenal in the third round and finding the net a mere 73 seconds after entering the pitch.[19] He followed this with another in his team's 2–0 win at Chelsea in the semi-finals of the Football League Cup.[20]

On 23 January 2013, Michu signed a new four-year contract with Swansea.[21] On 24 February he scored the second in a 5–0 win over Bradford City to help his team win the League Cup for the first time in its history,[22] in what was his 19th official goal of the campaign.[23] he was subsequently named the team's Player of the Year, as well as the supporters Player of the Year.[24]

Michu scored Swansea's first goal of the new season on 1 August 2013, in the club's 4–0 home win against Malmö FF for the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.[25] In the club's play-off tie against FC Petrolul Ploiești late in the same month, he netted the second in a 5–1 victory, also at home.[26]

On 17 July 2014, Michu moved on loan to S.S.C. Napoli of Serie A, with the option of a permanent move.[27] He made his debut for his new team on 31 August, coming on as an 85th-minute substitute for Lorenzo Insigne in a 2–1 win at Genoa CFC.[28]

Injury meant that Michu only played six competitive matches for the Italians,[29][30] and having not appeared for Swansea since April 2014, he was released on 9 November 2015 through a financial settlement, with his contract due to expire in the following summer.[31]

Later years

Immediately after leaving Swansea, Michu joined Asturian amateurs UP Langreo.[32] On 19 August 2016 he returned to his first club Oviedo, signing a one-year deal.[33]

On 25 July 2017, Michu officially announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 31.[34] The previous week, he commented that he would like to stay connected with football.[35]

On 3 June 2018, Michu was appointed as director of football of Langreo, where his brother acted as head coach.[36]

International career

On 22 December 2012, courtesy of his performances with Swansea, Vicente del Bosque said that Michu would play for Spain for the first time in a friendly with Uruguay on 6 February of the following year.[37] However, he did not make the final squad for that match.[38]

On 6 October 2013, Michu was finally called up to the national team, as a replacement for the injured David Villa.[39] He made his debut five days later, starting in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Belarus in Palma, Majorca (2–1 win).[40]

Personal life

In November 2012, along with fellow Premier League stars Santi Cazorla and Juan Mata, Michu bought shares in former club Oviedo as they struggled to raise €2 million to stay afloat in the Spanish third division.[41] He spoke to the official Swansea website about his love for his former club and the decision saying, "It's my local club, a club I love, so I hope it will be enough."[42]

Career statistics


Club statistics
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Oviedo 2003–04[43] Tercera División 19 3 0 0 19 3
2004–05[44] Tercera División 19 4 0 0 19 4
2005–06[45] Segunda División B 31 3 3 0 34 3
2006–07[46] Segunda División B 31 3 0 0 31 3
Total 100 13 3 0 103 13
Celta B 2007–08[47] Segunda División B 28 10 0 0 28 10
Celta 2007–08[47] Segunda División 14 1 0 0 14 1
2008–09[48] Segunda División 26 1 2 0 28 1
2009–10[49] Segunda División 30 6 6 2 36 8
2010–11[50] Segunda División 31 6 1 0 2[a] 1 34 7
Total 101 14 9 2 2 1 112 17
Rayo Vallecano 2011–12[51] La Liga 37 15 2 2 39 17
Swansea City 2012–13[52] Premier League 35 18 2 1 6 3 43 22
2013–14[53] Premier League 17 2 0 0 0 0 7[b] 4 24 6
Total 52 20 2 1 6 3 7 4 67 28
Napoli (loan) 2014–15[54] Serie A 3 0 0 0 3[c] 0 6 0
Langreo 2015–16[55] Tercera División 13 10 0 0 4[d] 2 17 12
Oviedo 2016–17[56] Segunda División 27 1 1 2 28 3
Career total 361 83 17 7 6 3 10 4 6 3 400 100
  1. ^ Appearances in Segunda División play-offs
  2. ^ Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  3. ^ Appearances in UEFA Europa League and UEFA Champions League
  4. ^ Appearances in Tercera División play-offs


International statistics
National team Year Apps Goals
Spain[57] 2013 1 0
Total 1 0


Swansea City


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External links

  • Michu at BDFutbol
  • Michu at National-Football-Teams.com
2011–12 Rayo Vallecano season

The 2011–12 Rayo Vallecano season was the club's 78th season in history and its 13th season in La Liga, the top division of Spanish football, following promotion after finishing as runners-up in the Segunda División. It covers a period from 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012.

Rayo Vallecano will compete for their second La Liga title and will enter the Copa del Rey in the Round of 32.

2012–13 Swansea City A.F.C. season

The 2012–13 season was Swansea City's fourth season in the top tier of English football, and their second consecutive season in the Premier League. It was their 93rd season in the English football league system.

The club celebrated its centenary, and to mark the occasion released a new crest. In keeping with the centenary theme, the home kit for the season used the colours white and gold, rather than the more traditional white and black, making it very similar to the 2011–12 Real Madrid home kit (also manufactured by Adidas). The away kit for the season was red, white and green, depicting the colours of the Welsh flag.During pre-season, Brendan Rodgers became the new Liverpool manager and signed a three-year contract on 1 June. In total, Liverpool paid Swansea £7 million in compensation for Rodgers, coach Colin Pascoe, assistant performance analyst Chris Davies and performance consultant Glen Driscoll. On 15 June, Swansea appointed former Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus midfielder Michael Laudrup as their new manager. Laudrup signed a two-year contract with the club.

2013 Football League Cup Final

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Bradford City, of League Two, were appearing in their first major cup final since they won the 1911 FA Cup Final, and were the first fourth-tier side to reach the League Cup final since Rochdale in 1962. Swansea City, of the Premier League, were appearing in their first major English cup final in their 101-year history.Swansea won the match 5–0, and qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, entering in the third qualifying round. Although based in Wales, their participation in the English football league system means they took one of the English berths in the competition. It was the first time the League Cup had been won by a non-English club and the first time a major English cup had been won by a non-English club since Swansea's rivals Cardiff City won the FA Cup in 1927.

2013–14 Swansea City A.F.C. season

The 2013–14 season was Swansea City's 94th season in the English football league system, and their third consecutive season in the Premier League.

During pre-season Swansea recruited heavily, breaking the clubs' transfer record fee with the purchase of Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony from Vitesse Arnhem for £12 million. They also acquired Jonjo Shelvey from Liverpool for £5 million. Other significant signings included Alejandro Pozuelo and José Cañas, who both signed from Real Betis, and Spanish defender Jordi Amat from Espanyol for £2.5 million, Only two players left the club during the summer—Kemy Agustien moved to Brighton & Hove Albion on a free transfer on 1 August 2013, and Luke Moore was released by the club on 23 August 2013.In the Premier League, Swansea lost to defending champions Manchester United 1–4 at the Liberty Stadium in their first game of the season. They picked up their first win of the league campaign on 2 September in a 0–2 away win against West Bromwich Albion. On 4 February 2014, manager Michael Laudrup was sacked by chairman Huw Jenkins following a 2–0 defeat to West Ham United. It was Swansea's sixth defeat in eight league games and left Swansea two points above the relegation zone. Garry Monk was appointed as the interim player-manager. Monk was appointed as the permanent manager of Swansea City on 7 May, signing a three-year contract. In the final game of the season Swansea beat Sunderland 1–3 at the Stadium of Light, ensuring they finished with 42 points in 12th place in the league table.Swansea City competed in two domestic cups, the FA Cup, and the Football League Cup. Swansea entered the League Cup in the third round as the defending champions, but were knocked out of the competition in their opening match to Birmingham City, 3–1. In the FA Cup, Swansea advanced to the fifth round, but lost 3–1 to Everton at Goodison Park.Swansea competed in the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, their first European competition since the 1991–92 European Cup Winners' Cup. They were eliminated in the Round of 32 by Napoli, having drawn the home game 0–0 and losing the away game 3–1.


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He played with the same authority drama, comedy and opera, in a considerable number of roles. Among the most notable were:

1765: Tom Jones (part of Tom Jones) by Philidor

1765: La fée Urgèle (part of Robert, a knight) by Egidio Duni

1768: Le Huron (an officer), by Grétry

1769: Le tableau parlant (part of Pierrot), by Grétry

1769: Le déserteur (part of Montauciel), by Monsigny

1771: Zémire et Azor, (part of Azor), by GrétryThis opéra comique was a version of Beauty and the Beast imagined by Marmontel, where Clairval had to become ugly; but he refused to don the first scheduled disguise: an animal fur. This role was one of his best success.1776: Les mariages samnites (part of Agathis), by Grétry

1778: L'amant jaloux, (part of Don Alonze), by Grétry

1779: Aucassin et Nicolette (Aucassin), by Grétry

1781: Les maris corrigés (part of Germival), comedy in verse by La Chabeaussière

1784: Richard Cœur-de-Lion, (part of Blondel, in which he excelled), by Grétry

1785: L'amant statue, (part of M. Michu), by Nicolas Dalayrac

1791: L'aristocrate ou le convalescent de qualité, by Fabre d'Églantine (28 January)This role earned Clairval the nickname "Molé of the Comédie-italienne".

Clément Michu

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He has spent most of his career with Celta, appearing in 279 official games over nine seasons and scoring 117 goals. He made his La Liga debut with the club in 2012 and moved to Liverpool the following year, returning to Celta in 2015.

Aspas first appeared with the Spain senior team in 2016. He represented the country at the 2018 World Cup.

Jobun of Silla

Jobun of Silla (r. 230–247, died 247), also known by his title Jobun Isageum, was the eleventh king of the Korean state of Silla. He was the grandson of Beolhyu Isageum, and a member of the Seok clan. His father was Goljeong. Jobun married Lady Ongmo, a daughter of Kim Gudo; her brother would become Michu Isageum.

The Samguk Sagi also reports that the small country of Gammun-guk (near present-day Gimcheon) was conquered by Jobun's general Uro in 231, and that clashes with Goguryeo and Wa took place during Jobun's reign.

Les p'tites Michu

Les p'tites Michu (The Little Michus) is an opérette in three acts, with music by André Messager and words by Albert Vanloo and Georges Duval. The piece is set in Paris in the years following the French Revolution and depicts the complications ensuing after the identities of two girls become confused in their infancy.

The opera opened at the Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens, Paris, on 16 November 1897 and ran for more than 150 performances. It became an international success, with productions in four continents, including an unusually long run of 400 performances in London, and had subsequent revivals in Paris.

Michu (disambiguation)

Michu may refer to:

Michu, a former Spanish footballer, real name Miguel Pérez Cuesta

Clément Michu (1936-2016), a French actor

Michu Meszaros (1939-2016), a Hungarian-born actor

Michu of Silla, the thirteenth ruler of the Korean state of Silla

Michu Meszaros

Mihaly "Michu" Meszaros (Hungarian: Mészáros Mihály; 1939 – June 13, 2016) was a Hungarian actor, circus performer/entertainer, and stuntman, who as an American citizen was best remembered as a performer with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and for his role in the NBC sitcom ALF. He was 2'9" tall. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Meszaros was a television and film actor, and he also appeared opposite pop singer Michael Jackson in a Pepsi commercial. His last appearance was in 2015's Death to Cupid.

For the first season of the ALF television series, Meszaros donned a costume whenever a full-body shot was needed for scenes of the alien walking, running, or standing. For the most part, however, upper-body shots of a mechanical puppet were used instead, since the full-body costume was extremely hot and uncomfortable for the actor to wear for long periods of time under bright studio lights. The ALF puppet and costume can be distinguished on first view because the head proportions are slightly different.

Michu of Silla

Michu of Silla was the thirteenth ruler of the Korean state of Silla (r. 262–284). He was the first king of the Kim clan to sit on the Silla throne; this clan would hold the throne for most of Silla's later history. He was the son of Gudo, a leading Silla general, and the sixth-generation descendant of the clan founder Kim Alji.

During Michu's reign, the Samguk Sagi reports numerous attacks from Baekje, and does not mention any contact with the other neighboring states.

Michu's tomb is preserved in central Gyeongju today. Various legends pertain to this burial mound, which is known as the Jukjangneung, or "Bamboo chief tomb."

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Mészáros or Meszaros is a Hungarian occupational surname meaning "butcher". It was adopted from Slavic, and may refer to:

Andrej Meszároš (born 1985), Slovak hockey player

Erika Mészáros (born 1966), Hungarian sprint canoer

Ferenc Mészáros (disambiguation)

István Mészáros (disambiguation)

Johann Meszaros von Szoboszlo (1737–1801), Austro-Hungarian general

Lázár Mészáros (1796–1858), Hungarian Minister of War

Márta Mészáros (born 1931), Hungarian screenwriter and film director

Michu Meszaros (1939–2016), Hungarian performer

Naemul of Silla

Naemul of Silla (died 402) (r. 356–402) was the 17th ruler of the Korean kingdom of Silla. He was the nephew of King Michu. He married Michu's daughter, Lady Boban. He is given the title Isageum, the same one borne by earlier rulers, in the Samguk Sagi; he is given the title Maripgan, borne by later rulers, in the Samguk Yusa. He is the first to bear the title Maripgan in any record.

He is also the first king to appear by name in Chinese records. It appears that there was a great influx of Chinese culture into Silla in his period, and that the widespread use of Chinese characters began in his time. Naemul sent a tribute mission to the king of Early Jin in 381.

Naemul's later reign was troubled by recurrent invasions by Wa Japan and the northern Malgal tribes. This began with a massive Japanese incursion in 364, which was repulsed with great loss of life.

Nulji of Silla

Nulji (reigned 417–458) was the nineteenth ruler (maripgan) of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the son of King Naemul and Lady Boban, who was the daughter of King Michu.

Nulji married the daughter of King Silseong of Silla, who nonetheless exiled Nulji's younger brothers as hostages to Goguryeo of northern Korea and Wa of Japan. Silseong also plotted to have Nulji killed, but with Goguryeo aid, Nulji was able to kill Silseong in 417, after which he ascended to the throne.

According to one story, in 418 Nulji sent a loyal retainer named Bak Je-Sang to rescue his brothers from Goguryeo and Wa. He was successful in retrieving the brother who was held in Goguryeo, but he was captured while trying to rescue the one held by Wa. Refusing to serve the Wa king, he died under torture. The story of Bak's loyalty has endured as a popular Korean morality tale.

After these difficult events, Nulji worked to free Silla from Goguryeo domination. He set up diplomatic relations with Goguryeo on an equal footing in 424, and established a military alliance with Baekje in 433 to help counter the Goguryeo threat. (Hangul: 나제동맹; Hanja: 羅濟同盟)

Nulji's reign saw the continuation of a long process of centralization in Silla, marked his father's change of his title to "maripgan" (마립간, 麻立干), which is believed to represent a higher level of authority than the previous title "isageum" (이사금, 尼師今). Under Nulji's rule, patrilineal succession was officially established (Yang, 1999, p. 16). After his death in 458, he was succeeded by his son Jabi, rather than by his brother.

Silseong of Silla

Silseong of Silla (died 417) (r. 402–417), whose name is also given as Silju or Silgeum, was the 18th ruler of the Korean kingdom of Silla. He was the son of the general (gakgan) Kim Daeseoji, who was the younger brother of King Michu. His title is given as Maripgan in the Samguk Yusa, and as Isageum in the Samguk Sagi.

As a child in 392, Silseong was sent to Goguryeo as a hostage. He did not return to Silla until 401. In the following year, the reigning King Naemul died. Because Naemul's sons were still young, the nobles of the kingdom placed Silseong on the throne.

After being crowned in 402, Silseong established an alliance with Wa and sent Naemul's son Kim Misaheun there as a hostage. In 412, he sent another son of Naemul, Kim Bokho, to Goguryeo as a hostage. He tried to kill another possible heir, Kim Nulji, but ended up dying himself.

Une ténébreuse affaire

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