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Francisco Aguilar Fernndez (born 10 May 1952 in Crdoba, Spain) is a retired Spanish footballer. He played for Atltico Madrid between 1974 and 1980, winning the Spanish ...
26 March 1949 • Santander, Spain
In the following year he signed with La Liga powerhouse Real Madrid C. F.
Safe for two seasons, Aguilar was regularly used by the " Merengues " during his spell, winning five leagues and two Copa del Rey – including Double ( association football ) in 1974–75 La Liga – and appearing in nearly 200 official games....
Aguilar started his career with local Racing de Santander, making his senior debuts at only 18, and helping the Cantabrians achieve promotion to the Segunda División in 1970.
Spanish football player • Cantabrian football player • Association football player • La Liga football player • Segunda DivisiÃ³n football player • Racing de Santander football player • Real Madrid C.F. player • Sporting de GijÃ³n football player • Rayo Vallecano football player • Spain under-23 international football player • Spain international football player • Club • Football
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10 May 1952 • Córdoba, Andalusia
After playing with Elche CF and Rayo Vallecano, competing with the former in La Liga in 1973–74 La Liga, he joined Atlético Madrid in March 1975, going on remain with the club a further five full seasons in the top flight....
Spanish football player • Andalusian football player • Association football player • La Liga football player • Segunda DivisiÃ³n football player • Elche CF player • Rayo Vallecano football player • AtlÃ©tico Madrid football player • Granada CF football player • Spain amateur international football player • Club • Football
1776 • Santa Cruz de Tenerife , Canary Islands ,
1840 • Maldonado, Uruguay
Uruguayan of Spanish descent • Uruguayan of Canarian descent