Richard Nunez was one of horrors who joined Atletico Madrid in the early twenty-first century. This Uruguayan player, colchonero arrived at the club after good step in the ranks of the Swiss Grasshopper where it had swelled to score goals, 86 in 126 matches, never be a playmaker and a reference player in attack. And fellow countryman “Pato Sosa”, another horror fleetingly wore the red and white shirt, passing by the Manzanares was just as ephemeral as irrelevant. You remember?, surely yes.
Richard Dario Nuñez, as saying his passport, He born in Montevideo in 1976. His career began in Uruguay, where his good work led him to play the Swiss League, in the rows of the Grasshopper. There, proclaimed twice top scorer in the tournament twice, with 26 Y 27 goals, playing mediapunta or second tip. Also he noted for his ability to throw faults besides going summoned 9 sometimes with the Uruguayan national team. All this, He led Atletico Madrid to sign him in the winter of 2005.
Unfortunately for Atletico, such a big tournament like the Spanish League, much higher than the Swiss championship, He came very large player charrúa and its failure made his way through the Madrid box was really irrelevant. Only he disputed 11 matches the shirt of Atletico Madrid, almost all off the bench and enjoying loose minutes that left no sign of the skills they had exhibited in Switzerland.
As logical it was, that summer to the end of the season, Atletico came out of the box. Then he joined Cruz Azul, Mexican team where scoring four goals came in the first match in the first game he played and then gradually disappearing from the team. He went on loan to Pachuca, another Mexican side where improved performance and Cruz Azul had to re-repescar, partly due to pressure from their fans who then regretted his return after another disappointing season. He went to the America where not stressed and returned to Uruguay to play in Peñarol and Rampla Junior which also descendió.Volvió Danubio, the club where he was born and 2014 continuous still active. Richard Núñez, pufos another went through the Spanish League.