Luis Garcia

Luis Garcia

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Luis Javier García Sanz (born 24 June 1978), known as Luis García, is a Spanish footballer who plays for Puebla F.C. in Mexico, mainly as a left winger.

Although naturally left-footed, he has ability to kick with both feet and has a good aerial game, despite a small frame. He played professionally for FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid in his homeland, amongst others - being brought up in the former's youth ranks - appearing abroad for Liverpool, with which he won one UEFA Champions League.

A Spanish international during one year, García represented the nation at the 2006 World Cup.

Club career


Born in Badalona, Barcelona, Catalonia, García was a product of local FC Barcelona's prolific youth ranks but, after two successful seasons with its B team, he left on loan for Real Valladolid, where he made his La Liga debut on 22 August 1999, in a 0–1 loss at CD Numancia, and finished the season at second division's CD Toledo, also on loan, his four goals not being enough to prevent relegation for the Castile-La Mancha side.

Subsequently, García played another season in the second level, being instrumental in CD Tenerife's promotion, netting 16 league goals under the guidance of manager Rafael Benítez. Loaned for the fourth time by Barcelona, he returned to Valladolid for 2001–02, scoring seven first division goals in 25 contests, including two in a 5–1 success at Tenerife.

Atlético Madrid

In 2002–03, García was sold to......
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