The former Recre player who has been promoted to the First Division

The former Recre player who has been promoted to the First Division
The former Recre player who has been promoted to the First Division

With the season already over for Recreativo de Huelva, the competition continues its course in the different categories with the promotion phases. The Hypermotion League The regular league ended this Sunday and starting next week they will face the playoffs to be promoted to the First Division. With Real Valladolid promoted since last day, the second and last direct promotion position was occupied by CD Leganés, which returns to the premier category of Spanish football four years later.

He also did so with a former recreationist as captain and key piece for his coach. Sergio González will play for the first time in his career in the First Division. The Madrid center-back achieved promotion after four seasons in the Pepinero team. This campaign he has emerged as a scorer, scoring six goals, possessing notable aerial power that he demonstrated during his time in Huelva.

Sergio Gonzalez landed in the capital of Huelva during the 17/18 season practically like a stranger. The defender arrived at Recreativo de Huelva from UD San ​​Sebastián de los Reyes, where he had played the two previous seasons, one in the Third Division and the other in Second B. Before that he had belonged to the Alcorcón team.

He quickly surprised everyone and everyone in the preseason, scoring goals from set pieces and seriously challenging for the title. That’s how it went. In a season that was quite negative in terms of results, with three coaches passing through the Nuevo Colombino bench and with the team saving the category on the penultimate day, Sergio established himself as one of the most regular players on that squad.

The Madrid native He was the undisputed starter at the back. He played 33 games, 31 as a starter, seeing 10 yellow cards. His performance caught the attention of CD Mirandés, which ended up signing him for the next season. Whims of football, fate wanted him to return to Nuevo Colombino, this time as a rojillo and in very different circumstances: playing in a playoff for promotion to the Second Division that ended with the promotion of the Jabato team. Now, several seasons later, He gets the opportunity to play in the First Division at 32 years of age.

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