SpanishTORal Tamudo jumped onto the lawn on March 23, 1977 at the Rico Prez
ANDThe number 23 will always have a special meaning for the fans of theSpanish. The second highest scorer in history, parakeet and one of the greatest winners of all time,Ral TamudoIt shows that bib on his back. But, coincidence has wanted that, in this convulsive moment that society lives, its fulfill23 yearsof the former striker’s debut, aMarch 23, 1977.
TheRico PrezHe did not know, but he witnessed the debut of a player who would mark a before and after in the history of theSpanish. It was minute 57, whenPaco Floresgave entry to the 19-year-old youth squad, replacingNandoand with 1-0 on the scoreboard. The Catalan jumped on the grass and dialed. This was his letter of introduction in the highest category.
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The minute 57 ran when Paco Flores gave in to a young Ral Tamudo, to overcome the 1-0 …
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After a transfer toLleidaand another toHercules, started an unstoppable career. In the2000In addition, he scored somewhat at the end of theCopa del Reythat has already been left for history. His pillars, after removing the ball fromToni Jimnezwhen he was about to take out the door, he is one of the most remembered images in his long and long career. That year, her tears before frustrating her departure to theRangersthey are in the collective memory of all parakeets.
He did not move from his club in 11 seasons, in which he got twoCupsand a runner-up from theEuropa League, and always guaranteed an average of 11 or 12 goals per season, except for the last one.
After passing through theSpanish, recalled in theReal Sociedad, in the Rayand hung up his boots defending the shirt of theSabadell. On September 3, 2016,Chen YanshengHe decided to recover one of the great Blue and Whites’ tricks and incorporated him into the club’s work structure. First, as head of sports-institutional coordination and, currently, in the technical secretary.