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Thursday, October 18, 2007


Antonio Nunez : Middfield
Date of Birth: 15-1-1979
Birthplace: Spain.
Debut : v Arsenal, 28th November 2004. Won 2-1.
1st team games: 27
1st team goals: 1
Other clubs: San Federico, CD Las Rozas, Real Madrid
Honours with Liverpool: Champions League 2005

Antonio Nunez left Liverpool to return to Spain with Celta Vigo at the start of August 2005 after just one season at Anfield.
Nunez became Rafael Benitez's second signing since taking over as Liverpool manager when he arrived at Anfield in August 2004 as part of the Michael Owen transfer to Real Madrid.

After a nightmare start to his Reds career through a knee injury picked up training, Nunez made his debut coming on as a subsitute in the 2-1 win over Arsenal in November 2004.

Nunez scored his only goal for Liverpool in the Carling Cup final defeat by Chelsea at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He played a part in Liverpool's Champions League success and was an unused substitute in the Champions League final against AC Milan.

Nunez started his football career with Spanish outfit San Federico before joining nearby third division side CD La Rozas.

In 2001 he was spotted by Real Madrid - the team he idolised as a boy - and scored twice in 24 reserve games in his first season with the Spanish giants.

The following season he struck nine more goals for the reserves before finally earning a place in the first team squad for the 2003-04 campaign.

He made a dream start for Madrid as he netted an equaliser on his debut to secure a 1-1 draw with Villareal in September 2003.

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