Rodrigo Tello

Rodrigo Tello

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Rodrigo Álvaro Tello Valenzuela (born 14 October 1979 in Santiago) is a Chilean footballer who plays with Eskişehirspor in Turkey.

Left-footed, he usually operates as a left midfielder, but can also appear in the middle, and as an offensive left back. He's also known for his long-distance shots, and spent most of his professional career in Portugal, with Sporting Clube de Portugal, where he arrived at only 21.

Club career

Tello began his career at C.F. Universidad de Chile, making his professional debuts in 1999. He quickly made a good impression, being named the best midfielder in the country in 2000, and was transferred to Sporting Clube de Portugal for a fee of 7 millions in January of the following year, at the same time as compatriot Mario Cáceres; it was a then club record for the Portuguese first division side.

After a slow start, Tello eventually became an important first-team member – although he would be used mainly as a substitute – and even saw some time at left defender.

In the 2007 summer, Tello moved to Turkey and signed with Beşiktaş JK. In his second season, he was named to the Team of the Season, as his club won the double.

On 25 November 2009, during a group stage UEFA Champions League group stage game against Manchester United, Tello scored from 25 yards to beat Ben Foster and help Beşiktaş win it 1–0, the first match in that stage of the competition the English had lost at Old Trafford in eight years.;, 26 November...
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