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Fifth player with the most appearances in the history of Athletic Club (507). After 12 seasons in Bilbao he has continued to enjoy football in Japan and Australia. He currently belongs to Macarthur FC Sydney.
Absolute international and one of the best set-piece specialists in the League, as he demonstrated throughout his 11 seasons playing for Athletic and Betis. He currently belongs to Macarthur FC Sydney.
Formed in the quarry of Real Zaragoza, where he made his debut at only 19 years old and ended up being indisputable, in 2020 at 24 he became the most expensive signing in the history of Elche CF, where he currently plays.
After training in the lower categories of Real Madrid, Betis and Córdoba, the goalkeeper signed with Huesca in the summer of 2017. After a very productive transfer in Teruel, in Segunda B, he has returned to the Huesca club in Primera.
One of the most promising footballers in the Basque youth academy. The Alava striker has already made his debut with only 18 years in the Vitorian team's subsidiary in Segunda B, scoring a goal in his first game against Laredo.
A coach with experience training talents in Second Division B and Third Division. After passing through various Riojan clubs (UD Logroñés, SD Logroñés and Anguiano), he led San Ignacio to play the promotion playoff to Second B for the first time in its history before directing the Albiazul subsidiary in 2021.
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