Do you know Jefferson Montero?

Do you know Jefferson Montero?

Ecuador will be at the World Cup in Brazil in 2014. The Ecuadorians brilliantly surpassed the stake they had in the always complicated South American group and passed such powerful and classic teams in the World Cups such as Uruguay or Paraguay. The merit of the Ecuadorians was even greater because they had to recover from the hard emotional blow that the death of Christian Benítez caused in Saudi Arabia, in pretty strange conditions. At the time of his death, it was the reference of a team, that during the 2013 managed to place itself in the world Top Ten occupying the tenth place in the FIFA Ranking. On a fast team, powerful and full of good players, we want to highlight one, Jefferson Montero, the man we want to talk about today.

Jefferson Montero (1 September 1989, Babahoyo, Ecuador), began his professional career in the Ecuadorian Emelec after completing a loan in the Mexican league, get to Villarreal in 2009. In the yellow set, played in Second Division during the season 2009/10, being the best of the team and one of the best players in the category by far. After standing out in the branch of the Castellón club, he did not find an accommodation in the first team and was loaned to Levante where he agreed on 2011 with Felipe Caicedo, Ecuador's franchise player, and Betis. In Seville it started with great force but it was deflating little by little. Found accommodation again in Mexico, in the ranks of the Monarcas de Morelia.

Jefferson Montero and Felipe Caicedo coincided in Levante

Small player, that is to say little, It stands out for being a dagger for its band where it destroys defenses thanks to its speed and skill. Perhaps among its defects is that it does not have a great definition and its lack of tactical and defensive rigor. In Mexico it seems to have matured and with the Ecuadorian team it has increased its benefits, It seems that he has finally taken out what was supposed to be in Spanish football but it did not quite explode. Followed again by European football, it is rumored that several Premier teams have it on their agenda. Will he train with his teammate Antonio Valencia at Old Trafford?, as usual, only time will tell.

Jefferson Montero seems to have matured in Mexico
Jefferson Montero seems to have matured in Mexico

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol


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