Unai Vergara

Unai Vergara

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Unai Vergara Díez Caballero, simply Unai (born 20 January 1977 in Portugalete, Biscay), is a retired Spanish footballer who played as a central defender.

Club career

After three seasons playing with modest outfits in the Catalonia area, Unai represented CP Mérida in 1999–2000's second division, where he produced a fine individual season (although the Extremadura side finished sixth, it was relegated for lack of payment to its players).

Subsequently, Unai joined Villarreal CF, which had just returned to the top flight. During three seasons, he was relatively used, also adding three goals in his first season. His first match took place on 28 October 2000, when he came from the bench in a 0–0 home draw against Athletic de Bilbao.

After a string of injuries (some serious), Unai had an unassuming loan spell at Albacete Balompié, being released in June 2004, and going on to represent Elche CF, UE Lleida (second division) and CF Gavà (third).

International career

On 28 February 2001, Unai made his sole appearance for Spain, playing 90 minutes in a 0–3 friendly loss against England, in Birmingham.

Previously, he represented the nation at the 2000 Summer Olympics, playing three times for the eventual silver medalists.


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