The shield is them

first_imgBruno Soriano, VillarrealA ‘one club man’ without discussion. He has lived heaven and hell in Castellón. He has defended the shirt with honor to Villarreal of the Champions League and Villarreal of the Second Division. It was in 2006 when he became part of the first squad and only injuries will separate him from it. At 35 he may be living his last months as a professional. Along the way, he takes 416 matches and the respect of all Spanish football.Morales, LevanteDespite the passing of the years, the ‘Commander’ Morales it is still capital for Paco López. He arrived in the club definitively in 2014, after spending a year on loan at Eibar. Not only is it untouchable, but it also carries one of the best consecutive game streaks in all of Spanish football. Although it is not being his best season, his goal at Madrid reconciled him with Ciutat de Valencia. Of course, at no time was he questioned. 219 games behind him with the granota shirt are a great guarantee.Moyano, ValladolidAgain, Valladolid fulfills the premise that clubs not settled in a category have more difficulty in establishing footballers in their first squad. In Pucela, the oldest is Moyano, who landed in the city in 2015 from Tenerife. He accumulates 147 matches between First and Second Division in his boots.LALO R. VILLAR & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Mallo and Aspas, two of the Celtic classics.LALO R. VILLAR (DAILY AS) Manu García, AlavésHis story is one of the most peculiar of all that will be exposed in these lines. He arrived in Alavés in 2012, coming from Logroñés and has lived it all with Mendizorroza as a witness. He defended the team in Second B, in Second and now in First, where he is captain and idol of the fans. 276 games in total and it is already the third highest sum in the history of the entity, only behind Pablo Gómez and Martin Astudillo. It remains to be seen if he has time to overcome the 346 of this. For the moment, it has been renewed for one more season.DAILY AS & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Manu García, on his way to being the player with the most games in Alavés history.DAILY AS (DAILY AS) The transfer market leaves an important string of movements every season. In today’s football it is less and less common to see the so-called ‘one club man’Or, what is the same, those footballers who dispute their entire careers defending the same shirt. In Spain, in fact, there are not many that respond to that profile, but all the hobbies have as an idol those who, season after season, wear the captain’s armband. What’s more, most teams have men in their ranks who have spent a decade with their second residence in the stadium. They are the best representatives of the amateur on the grass and some are assured of their presence in the history books. In a day to day of more dance than loyalty, they are the LaLiga Classics:Sergio Ramos, Real MadridIn the summer of 2005, Sergio Ramos arrived at Real Madrid from Sevilla, in an operation that left Nervión’s coffers 27 million euros. Since then, a very young central player would assume the responsibility that comes with wearing the white elastic, something that has never weighed him down. 640 games later he is already a Madridista legend. 15 seasons, 91 goals, 38 assists and historical photos like the header in the Lisbon final. He has been one of the captains at the time of the Champions League and is the first to stand up when the waters are rough.Messi, BarcelonaAt the end of 2004, a young prodigy debuted with the Barcelona shirt. The rest is history. Considered by many to be the best player in history, Messi is on his way to being ‘one club man’ despite the clause that allows him to leave Barça every year. He has played 718 matches, has scored 627 goals, has given 261 assists, has won six Golden Balls, was the highest standard of the Guardiola era … He left La Masía and each year assumes more prominence outside the field of play.Koke, Atlético de MadridManchester United or Barcelona have once knocked on his door, but Koke was always faithful to the red and white colors. In 2009 he began to have minutes, but it was not until 2011 when he settled in the first squad. 495 games behind him, with 48 goals and 102 assists in his bag. With him, Atlético has conquered one League and two Europa League. He is also launched for the prestige that being a ‘one club man’ gives. Untouchable for Simeone.JESUS ​​ALVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Koke celebrates a goal with Wanda Metropolitano.JESUS ​​ALVAREZ ORIHUELA (DIARIO AS) Hugo Mallo, CelticNo, it is not Iago Aspas for his adventures in Liverpool or Seville. In fact, in addition to the leader, Sergio Álvarez and Rubén Blanco they also sneak past the ram. Hugo Mallo crowns the classification, since 2009 in the first squad. At just 28 years old, he wears the captain’s armband and has seen his Celta roam the LaLiga SmartBank and travel Europe in the second continental competition. 360 games drags behind him.Oier and Roberto Torres, OsasunaBoth started on the first squad in 2012, although Oier returned after a loan at Celta. Who would have told them that, so long afterward, Osasuna was going to be fighting with the best in the First Division. For this, they had to fight almost 300 times in the dance from First to Second and from Second to First. On 284 occasions in the case of Oier and 269, in that of Roberto Torres.The case of GranadaThe aforementioned is further accentuated with Granada. In the current squad, the oldest footballers arrived in the year 2017. They are Rui Silva, Álex Martínez, Quini, Antonio Puertas, Víctor Díaz, Germán Sánchez and Montoro.Mallorca, another practically new squadExcept Junior Lake and Antonio Raíllo, in the first squad since 2016, the vast majority of Mallorca footballers are almost newcomers. Naturally, of course, since the club was in Second Division B two seasons ago. Vicente Moreno had to see in that process. Damián Suárez, GetafeThe swing of categories of Getafe in recent years has prevented any player with a long career at the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum. However, Bordalás’s modus operandi makes one believe that all players have a lifetime at his command. Of all of them, the oldest in the blue shirt is Damien Suarez, arrived in 2015. He has played 175 games, with two goals and 20 assists. The right lane is all yours.Parejo, ValenciaOut of the quarry of Real Madrid, he went through Getafe before Valencia signed him in 2011. As it could not be otherwise, he wears the captain’s armband, which he proudly defends. Mestalla considers her an absolute representative of what the club is and more in a storm season. On and off the pitch, he takes the lead. He was not afraid to express his opinion after what happened with Marcelino, while his goals kept ‘his’ Valencia afloat. In 373 games, he has scored 63 goals and has given 62 to his teammates.Escudero, SevilleSevilla has been used in recent years to be a very changing squad. In fact, an important part of Julen Lopetegui’s usual eleven was not at the club last season. The one that takes more in the Sánchez Pizjuán is Sergio Escudero, who arrived from Getafe in 2015. He has dressed the shirt in 157 games, although this season he is having fewer minutes due to the loan of Reguilón from Real Madrid.MICHAEL DALDER & nbsp; (REUTERS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Escudero, the most veteran of the changing Sevilla squad.MICHAEL DALDER (REUTERS) Ramis and Enrich, EibarAs with Getafe, Eibar’s dance for Spanish football prevents it from having veteran footballers within its own squad. The longest-lived in Ipurua are Iván Ramis and Sergi Enrich, both arriving for the 2015-16 season.. The first came from Levante and has worn the club’s shirt 92 times. The striker, meanwhile, has played 159 games, with 35 goals in his boots.Szymanowski, LeganésButarque is eagerly awaiting to hear the roar of Alexander Szymanowski again, whose injuries have not respected him in recent years. In 838 days, he has only been able to play ten minutes of official competition. The break of the crusader was the last obstacle on his way. Even so, he is the footballer who previously reached Leganés of all those who make up the first squad. It was in 2015 and, since then, he has played 90 games with the cucumber club.Joaquín, BetisDespite the fact that this study only includes the consecutive time that the players have spent in a club, Joaquín is still number one in his Betis. The winger returned in 2015, after leaving his city to try his luck at Valencia, Malaga and Fiorentina.. He was born in the green and white quarry and, at 38, will retire at Benito Villamarín. But time does not seem to pass for him, as he is on his way to sign his highest scoring season in the First Division. It has been 377 times Betico and is one of the icons of national football.Toni Rodriguez & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Joaquín, a living legend of Betis.Toni Rodriguez (DAILY AS) Muniain, Athletic Club de BilbaoA promising attacker rose to Athletic’s first squad in 2009. At that time he was 17 years old and his projection placed him in the largest teams in Europe. Finally, nothing got him out of Athletic, his childhood club and where he will continue his entire career except surprise. 411 games guarantee him, with 59 goals and 42 assists. His performance this season gave him a new opportunity in the Selection.Zurutuza, Real SociedadThe midfielder could be facing his last dances in football. At 33, he is very punished for injuries and ends contract on June 30. Looking back, in 2009, he defended the Real Sociedad first team for the first time. More than a decade later, the physicist could keep you from your dream. Along the way, yes, he has left the skin in 302 games, in which he has scored 22 goals and has given 22 assists.Javi López, EspanyolThe parakeet captain is 34 years old and now has more than ten in Cornellá. Curiously, it came from the Betis quarry. Of course, he quickly took root in the culture of the entity and has become one of the best representatives of his shirt. Injuries and competition have not allowed him to play as many games as he would have liked. “A club with this history and pride cannot afford to be where we are,” he said before confinement.last_img

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