Spanish footballer, Fernando Serena, Died at 77

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Fernando Rodríguez Serena was born on January 28, 1941, in Madrid and died on October 14, 2018.

He was a Spanish footballer.

He played as a right-winger.

Serena appeared in 144 La Liga matches during nine seasons, scoring a combined 23 goals for Real Madrid, Osasuna, and Elche.

With the first club, he won the 1966 European Cup.

Serena completed his advancement at Real Madrid, and began his senior vocation with their stores.

Fernando at that point served a two-year credit at CA Osasuna, making his La Liga make a big appearance on 3 September 1961 of every a 2– 2 home draw against RCD Español and scoring his first objective two weeks after the fact to enable the hosts to crush Atlético Madrid 3– 1.

Come back to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Serena went on show up in 86 focused matches (15 objectives) and be a piece of the squads that won four national titles and the 1965– 66 release of the European Cup.

In the last rivalry, he scored the triumphant objective in the last against FK Partizan, controlling the ball with his chest and volleying in from fresh in a 2– 1 win in Brussels.

After a further two best flight seasons with Elche CF, with whom he participated in the 1969 Copa del Generalísimo Final against Athletic Bilbao, Serena marked with Segunda División club UE Sant Andreu in 1970.

After 210 recreations overall rivalries at the Camp Municipal Narcís Sala, he resigned at 35 years old.

Serena earned one top for the Spanish national group, playing the second 50% of the 0– 0 well disposed of home attract to France on 9 January 1963 in the wake of going ahead as a 46th-minute substitute for Enrique Collar.

He had settled in the city subsequent to resigning, wedding María Ángeles Gastón and fathering two kids.

Serena kicked passed away in Pamplona, Navarre, at 77 years old.

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