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Raised in the quarry of Sporting, this center-back who arrives from Melilla accumulates 283 matches in Second B
Manolo Molina continues to put together the new
Real Murcia, and although I thought it was an impossible option,
has managed to catch Alberto González, a 28-year-old central defender who has behind him
283 matches in Segunda B. Raised in the quarry of Sporting de Gijón, he has also gone through teams such as Lealtad, Peña Deportiva, Caudal, Arenas de Getxo and Calahorra, until
Last season he ended up at Melilla, a team in which he played 24 games and scored three goals.
Born in Gijón, González was one of the first options of the grana technical secretariat, which
has already covered the center of the rear with the renewal of Antonio López and the signings of Iván Casado and Alberto González himself. It should be remembered that the Murcian defense is already practically armed with the arrivals of Mario Sánchez and Luis Madrigal to cover the bands, although
It is not ruled out that a player for the left can disembark at Real Murcia that can play of lateral and extreme.