Thursday, 19 March 2015

Joaquín Sánchez (Florence)

We want to highlight a classic of Spanish football, Joaquín Sánchez ("el niño del Puerto", "el pisha", the feint and sprint).

Born in Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) on July 21, 1981 and raised through the ranks at Real Betis where he is a legend in Seville club becoming desired for big clubs in Europe.

During his best moments in Sevilla (Real Betis-Cadiz, 2006)
Currently plays for Fiorentina club in Serie A since the summer of 2013 but dreams of the possibility of return to his beloved club, Real Betis. "Back to Betis is what I love most in the world."

Joaquín enjoy the Italian city every day where he is a player loved by the fans but somewhat irregular in the field, as in most of his career. 

From the Cadiz player we highlight disputing his 51 caps and two World Cups an one European Championship with the Spanish selection and conquered two Spanish Cups with Real Betis and Valencia CF, respectively.

Joaquín playing a match against Juventus in Serie A
He played his last international match on November 27, 2007, where his own words he did not return to “La Roja” anymore." At this time, the national team is a mess, chaos and Luis does not know how to handle these difficult, which have more “verdiblancos” players help solve the situation Those words were these hot and I do help me return to the national team, but it's what I feel.",being a few months later the Golden Age of Spanish football with the achievement of the two European Championships (2006, 2008) and the World Cup in 2010.

In this blog, we wish you all the luck in the world to Joaquín in Italy and look for new successes in his long-awaited return to Seville club.

Finally we leave a video of the highlights of this talented player.

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