Spanish footballers in Bolivia

Spanish footballers in Bolivia

The profile of the Spanish players has grown in value almost parallel to the successes of the Spanish national team since 2008 a 2012 where the team managed to win 2 European Championships and 1 Mundial. these successes, They caused that many foreign soccer leagues in Spanish players were set lower profiles and elite players of First change their country to play in leagues as prestigious as England, Italy and Germany and others of a more modest profile, Second change, Second and even third in the First Division multiple countries around the world. Today we stopped in Bolivia where 6 Spanish footballers will play the tournament 2015/16.

1. Juanmi Callejon and José Capdevila: both came in 2013 to Peace, a 3500 m above sea level to play in the country's largest computer, el Bolivar. El primero, He is the twin brother of Jose Antonio Callejon, former Real Madrid and Espanyol and is a sensation in Bolivia. It is arguably the best player in the club, top scorer and the thing has gone so far that even nationalize Bolivia has offered to be international with the South American country. It is an eminence.

José Capdevila and Juanmi Callejón. Two Spaniards in Bolivar.
José Capdevila and Juanmi Callejón. Two Spaniards in Bolivar.

José Capdevila is a veteran. Ex teams like Real Valladolid, arrived in Bolivia from Hurricane Valencia where he was playing in Group III of Second B when in summer 2013 He packed his bags to play in Bolivar. Both reached the semi-final of the Libertadores Cup 2014.

2. Mario Martinez: Spanish-born player 1985, he played football in Numancia Spanish or Third Tarazona. However it became an all immigrants ball and passed through Cyprus, Azerbaijan and Colombia before coming to Bolivia to play Blooming.

3. Felix I: se “he kicked” all categories of Spanish football modest. The player born in 1982, Alaves went through, Eibar, Jandia beaches, Leganes, Ceuta, Marino Luanco, Royal Union of Irun, UD Logrones to Lugo and sign 2013 by Wilstermann

4. Ruben De la Cuesta: He born in Córdoba, Spain, in 1981, Rubén De la Cuesta is also a veteran who has spent years splitting up for modest categories of Spanish football. He played in the subsidiaries of Cordoba and Atletico Madrid, in Ecija, Guadalajara and Linense from which came the Universitario de Sucre in 2013, the first team to Bolivia. In 2015 It was signed by Oriente Petrolero.

Ruben De la Cuesta, one of the Spanish players in Bolivia.
Ruben De la Cuesta, one of the Spanish players in Bolivia.

5. Enrique Corrales: nacido en 1982, He played in Las Palmas, Mallorca, Huesca and Osasuna before coming to Bolivia to continue his career in the Sport Boys Warnes Bolivia. He was with the AFE sessions playing and training in search of a team until the Bolivians noticed him.

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol
error: Content is protected !!