Alberto Bueno

Alberto Bueno

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Alberto Bueno Calvo (born 20 March 1988) is a Spanish footballer who plays for Real Valladolid.

He mainly operates as a second striker, and can also appear as a left winger.

Club career

Real Madrid

Born in Madrid, Bueno was a product of Real Madrid's youth system. Bueno played, in 2005–06, for the Juvenil team, scoring 37 goals in 37 matches. The following season, he progressed to Real Madrid Castilla, playing 31 games in the second division.

In August 2007, Real Madrid signed Bueno on a professional contract with the first team. He was called up to the pre-season training under coach Bernd Schuster, teaming up in a friendly match versus FC Lokomotiv Moscow, where he was substituted at the break by another cantera player, Javier Balboa.

On 11 November 2008, due to many first team injuries, Bueno was given his official debut, in a Copa del Rey home contest against Real Unión (third level). Within minutes of his entry, fifteen minutes into the second half, he scored in a 4–3 final win, but Real Madrid suffered a shock exit from the competition (6–6 aggregate). Eleven days later, he made his La Liga debut, as a late substitute (for Raúl) in a 1–0 home win against Recreativo de Huelva.


On 15 July 2009, Real Valladolid purchased Bueno on a five-year deal, with Real Madrid having an option to rebuy in the first two.; Marca, 15 July 2009 During his first season, he was used intermittently, as the Castile and......
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