Rubén Torrecilla - Football Career

Football Career

Torrecilla started his career at CF Extremadura, and broke into the first team in 1999, but only appeared in eight games in two 1/2 second division seasons combined. He moved to third level side Novelda CF in 2001–02, on loan without any success.

From 2005–09, after another spell with Novelda, Torrecilla played one season each in division two with CD Castellón, Ciudad de Murcia, Granada 74 CF (created upon the disappearance of the former) and Alicante CF (freshly promoted into that category).

In January 2010, aged only 30, Torrecilla retired from football, having been released by Granada CF after not being able to recover from his knee injury after a fourth surgery. He still contributed with two goals as the club returned to the second division after 22 years of absence.

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