The best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid

The best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid
Jan Oblak is already on merit, one of the best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid (Photo: Brand)

Who are the best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid?. The team colchonero, It is one of the greats of Spanish football. However in more than 100 years of history, the club Manzanares has lived joys and disappointments almost equally what makes him one of the most charismatic sets of football in this country. Here in Colgados, we tell who they were for us the best and the worst players in the history of Atletico Madrid. Today we offer these as the best goalkeepers in history.

Thibaut Courtois

He came in 2011 on loan from Chelsea who had just signed the Belgian Genk and was given three seasons in the mattress box where Zamora won two trophies, 1 European Super Cup, 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Europa League 1 League In addition to reaching the final of the Champions 2014 against Real Madrid that got away in the last minute. With their numbers and especially with his performances earned be the first in this list. Smear his face was his hobby athletic happened to villain whenHe joined Real Madrid in the summer of 2018

José Francisco Molina

Doublet man and one of the best goalkeepers has given Spain. He came in 1995 without making much noise from Albacete where he had fallen and became one of the pillars of a team that made history. Won with Atletico Madrid in the same year the league, Cup and Zamora trophy of the year 1996. He played five years in the mattress box where he also had the misfortune to be the goalkeeper drop 2000.

the best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid
José Francisco Molina in action with Atletico Madrid.

Miguel Reina

Pepe's father, the official Showman of the Spanish team, won 1 Zamora as Atletico Madrid goalkeeper with whom he also won 1 Copa del Generalissimo, 1 league and 1 Intercontinental in his seven years as goalkeeper picture Manzanares. It was also the protagonist of an urban legend about losing the final of Atletico Madrid 1974.

Abel Resino

The Cat Evening. So they called a goalkeeper legend who made history at Atletico Madrid in the Spanish league to beat the record for minutes without conceding a goal in the season 1990-91. A record that just ended after a goal by Luis Enrique when the Spaniard was a promising striker Sporting Gijon.

Nothing more and nothing less than 1275 minutes without conceding a goal in a fact that no one has managed to overcome. further, He conceded 17 goals in 33 games scoring an average of 0,51 goals per match, It is the second best Zamora history behind Liaño that 18 goals in 38 parties and 0,47 became 1994 in the best.

Jan Oblak

Nothing more and nothing less than four trophies Zamora consecutive to the Slovenian, one of the best goalkeepers in the world and the second decade of the century, and of course, one of the best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid.

David De Gea

Raised in the quarry rojiblanca needed only two seasons and 84 games in the first team to stand out and become the most expensive transfer of a goalkeeper in the history of the Premier when the Machester United bought by 20 million euros in the summer of 2011. He won two titles in the Europa League and European Super Cup 2010 Besides the award to the player revelation of the LFP in 2010.

best goalkeepers in the history of Atletico Madrid
De Gea celebrating a victory Atletico.

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Alberto Llopis

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

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  1. De Gea comes out up here instead, for example, Madinabeytia (not also quote Marcel Domingo, Pazos, Rodri or Fillol), demonstrates the low level of football knowledge you have someone who does not even know that Jan Oblak is Slovene and Slovak no.

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