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Historical scorer of the River Inferiores goes to Luxembourg

Historical scorer of the River Inferiores goes to Luxembourg
Historical scorer of the River Inferiores goes to Luxembourg

Federico Andrada, a 30-year-old forward who emerged from River, will continue his career as a footballer in Europe. But of course, he will not do it in the great lights but in the exotic Luxembourg League.

The historic scorer of the Lower Divisions of the Núñez club explained his departure from Aldosivi on his social networks: “I have to say goodbye to the club again, this time with a bitter taste. “I would have liked to continue being part of the club’s project to promote it to First Division,” he said.

Andrada finishes his second cycle in the Mar del Plata team. He previously wore the Tiburon shirt, leaving a good memory: 57 games between mid-2019 and early 2022, scoring 12 goals in the highest category. His destination would be in the Differdange of Luxembourga team that will compete in the playoffs for the 2024/25 Champions League.

Federico Andrada

“I would have liked to continue being part of the club’s project to promote it to First Division,” he said when saying goodbye to Aldosivi.

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His beginnings in River

Andrada began to quickly display his scoring ability in River and surpassed José Sand’s mark reaching the 143 goals during his time through the Millonario’s lower divisions. Logically, this attracted attention to be considered within the First team.

After doing a preseason with Matías Almeyda, Ramón Díaz was the one who made him debut on the professional team. In the 2013 Final Tournament, he entered the match with Argentinos and made his official debut. He scored his first and only goal with La Banda that same year, against Rosario Central.

Andrada knew how to stand out in the Millonario youth teams.

He played 20 games with the Millionaire jersey, and after several loans, he was finally free.. Abroad he played for Metz in France, Bari in Italy, La Serena in Chile, Real Unión in Spain and Universidad Católica in Ecuador. While in Argentine football, he went through Atl. Rafaela, Quilmes, Vélez, Unión, Atl. Tucumán, and the already mentioned steps through Aldosivi.

Not only that, but he also had his participation in the youth teams of the Argentine National Team: first of all, he was part of the team that was eliminated in the first round. in the South American Sub 15 in Boliviain 2009. Furthermore, two years later, He was part of the team that reached third place in the South American Sub 17 in Ecuador.

Source: Ambito

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