Ex-player: Jose Ignacio "Nacho" HUERTAS ORTIZ: 2013/14

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  1. Nikola13

    Nikola13 "...Ali čvrstu veru u pobedu krajnju..." Admin

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    First Name: Jose Ignacio
    Surname: Huertas Ortiz
    Position: Midfielder
    Height: TBC
    Weight: TBC
    D.O.B.: 16 Dec 1993
    Town of Birth: Toledo
    Country of Birth: Spain
     


  2. El Cuchillero

    El Cuchillero Més que un forumite.

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    Is it true this lad's gone home?
     
  3. SF Red

    SF Red TIA Regular

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    Yes. He left months ago (I think). He wasn't getting games and was never going to here. There is way too much competition for him at AM and he wasn't going to make it here unfortunately.

    I remember a couple years ago when Villyan and Nacho were great in the academy preseason and many people were excited about them. Now Nacho us gone and there is no way Villyan will make it here.

    Bringing in kids in the 14-16 age group probably makes a lot more sense (that seems to be what they are doing now).
     
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  4. Zoran

    Zoran Well-Known Member

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    So where is he now? I see him wearing some Atletico gear on his recent Twitter pics.
     
  5. brightonpete

    brightonpete The bastard son of the boston family.

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    I think i read he's at the Atletico Madrid b team.
     
  6. pottymonster

    pottymonster Fog as thick as peanut butter...

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    Wasn't he signed around the same time as Teixeira? At the time I was under the impression that his kid was the bigger talent, but I guess I'm no expert.

    Personally I don't know that there's any advantage to bringing in younger kids. You can still wind up with the same bottleneck that it looks like we might be running into now.
     

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