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Miguel González (footballer, born 1927)

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Miguel González
Personal information
Full name Miguel González Pérez[1]
Date of birth (1927-04-27)27 April 1927
Place of birth Santa Cruz de La Palma, Spain
Date of death 6 July 2021(2021-07-06) (aged 94)
Place of death Madrid, Spain
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)[1]
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1943–1944 Mensajero
1944–1947 Iberia
1947–1949 Victoria
1949–1960 Atlético Madrid 214 (62)
1951–1952Real Oviedo (loan) 21 (9)
1960–1963 Real Zaragoza 73 (17)
1963–1964 Real Murcia 18 (1)
Total 326 (89)
National team
1953–1958 Spain 15 (2)
Teams managed
1968–1969 Atlético Madrid
1969 Real Betis
1970–1971 Hércules
1972–1973 Getafe Deportivo
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Miguel González Pérez (27 April 1927 – 6 July 2021) was a Spanish football player and manager.

Career

Born in Santa Cruz de La Palma, González played as a striker for Mensajero, Iberia, Victoria, Atlético Madrid, Real Oviedo, Real Zaragoza and Real Murcia.[1][2] With Atlético Madrid he scored 73 goals in 252 games, winning two league titles and one Cup.[3]

He scored 2 goals in 15 games for the Spain national team between 1953 and 1958.[2]

He later worked as a manager with Atlético Madrid (having previously served as assistant[3]), Real Betis, Hércules and Getafe Deportivo.[1]

He died on 6 July 2021 in Madrid, aged 94. At the time he was Atlético Madrid's oldest former player.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b c d Miguel González at BDFutbol
  2. ^ a b "Miguel González". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmermann. Retrieved 9 July 2021.
  3. ^ a b c "Fallece Miguel González, leyenda del Atlético de los años 50". AS.com. 6 July 2021.


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