Diego Camacho Quesada

Diego Camacho Quesada

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Diego Camacho Quesada (born 3 October 1976 in Madrid) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Albacete Balompié as a defensive midfielder.

A late bloomer – he was still playing lower league football at almost 26 – he represented nine different clubs in his career, namely Levante UD.

Club career

Camacho played the early part of his career with modest clubs, in the third division. In 2002–03, however, he signed with La Liga side Recreativo de Huelva, from Granada CF. On 14 September 2002, he made his top flight debut, in a 0–3 loss at Valencia CF, as Recre was finally relegated.

In 2004, Camacho joined newly promoted Levante UD. After one promotion and relegation, he joined another freshly promoted side, Real Valladolid, in 2007–08. After appearing scarcely during the season, he proceeded to move to Sporting de Gijón (also promoted to the top division), in a 1+1-years deal.

On 23 May 2009, in one of his 31 league appearances, defensive-minded Camacho scored a rare but crucial goal, in a 2–1 win at former team Valladolid, as the Asturias outfit eventually avoided relegation; he appeared slightly less in the 2009–10 season, with Sporting finishing in 15th position, again good enough to prevent a drop and, at nearly 34, was released by the club.

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