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Atletico Madrid appoint New Head Coach of Juvenil A Division

Fernando Torres

Atletico Madrid have announced that former striker Fernando Torres has been appointed as the new head coach of the Juvenil A team. Torres has previously worked with the club’s reserve side and helped them win the league last season. He will be aided by Ricardo Ortega, the club legend. Torres’ team will also feature Borja Resurreccion, the younger brother of club captain Koke. In addition, Fabio Futre, son of legendary coach Paulo Futre, will take charge of the club’s Alevin A side.

A coach’s role is to inspire the players to play their best football. Torres is able to inspire the youngsters to strive for excellence. He is not afraid to make tactical changes during games and commands respect from his players. While Torres has been a quiet figure in the echelons of the juvenil game, his personality is increasingly becoming a focus of attention.

Ricardo Ortega       

Ricardo Ortega has been named the new coach of Atletico de Madrid’s youth team. The Atletico team is two games away from its first European championship, but they have to play the favorites RB Salzburgo first. Ricardo Ortega spoke to the club’s web site before the match. The coach said his team has a lot of resilience.

Atletico de Madrid continues to lead the DH5 league, but Burgos has fallen into the descenso. Burgos finishes one week behind Atletico de Madrid, while Atletico de Madrid remain unbeaten.

Adrian Nino

Atletico Madrid jugador Adrian Nino is leading the Juvenil A Division after scoring 3 goals in his first four games for the club. His three goals this season are equal with those of Real Madrid and Alcorcon and he is already ahead of Fernando Torres in goals and assists.

The teenager has been training with the Atletico de Madrid for the past few weeks and has already won several games in the youth league. He has been called up by Diego Pablo Simeone, the manager of the club. Nino, who is 17, is a great prospect and is a good addition to the team’s young players.

Mario Soriano

Mario Soriano has recently resigned from Atletico Madrid and has signed a contract with RC Deportivo in A Coruna. The news was spread via social media after the striker was photographed eating at a restaurant. The photograph was later mistakenly published by the Spanish club, who later removed it.

The 20-year-old has been praised by soccer legend Borja Jimenez, who called him “indiscutible.” Mario Soriano has displayed a knack for understanding a three-quarter game and positioning himself in the middle of rival lines. He has also shown that he is progressing.

Mario Soriano signed for Atletico de Madrid in 2007, making his debut in the first team under Diego Pablo Simeone. He then won the Liga twice as a teen, first with the Cadete A, and then moved to the first team as a 19-year-old. He has since signed a contract with Deportivo and will be given a chance to build up experience.

Gelson Martins

After a successful stint at Sporting CP, the portuguese international has signed for Atletico de Madrid. The 20-year-old has played 140 competitive matches for his former club, scoring 27 goals and providing 30 assists. He made his league debut in 2015, when he was just 19 years old. He was given his first international cap by Jorge Jesus in the same year. Born in Cape Verde, Martins has experience at the top level.

Gelson Martins has joined Atletico Madrid on a five-year deal. He was initially with Sporting de Lisboa, but he was released from his contract after a controversial incident with a member of his former team. Since then, he has appeared in eight competitive games and two Copa del Rey finals, scoring one goal. However, he has not been involved in any of the club’s last six matches.

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