Jorge Morcillo joins the AFE to seek a second chance

Every season there is a reality with players who are going through low hours. This is the other side of the transfer market and it is the reality of footballers who are unemployed. These players are not helpless and the union Every summer, AFE organizes a selection of unemployed players with whom they can play games and that serves as a showcase for finding a team.

These players have a common point, lack of equipment, whether due to their age, expiration of contract or major injuries, which prevents them from being attractive to sports directors and coaches. Last season the proper name was Szymanowski, a player who had experience in the First Division during his time at Leganés.

This season the AFE team has re-formed and one of the players with experience in the First Division is Jorge Morcillo. Footballer with an extensive club career as Alaves, Almeria and Rayo.

It was in the Vallecano team he accumulated 13 games in which he scored a goal and in which he played a total of 740 minutes in the top flight. In Segunda, he has accumulated 188 games with clubs such as Alcoyano, Recreativo de Huelva and Almería.

In the AFE team there are also footballers of the level of José Romera, who has played 58 games in the silver division and even played the playoff for promotion to Primera with Almería. Or players like David Haro, who also played Second in the ranks of Reus.

The AFE team has concentrated on July 24 at the facilities of the Pinatar Arena (San Pedro del Pinatar, Murcia), being the Edition 31 of AFE Sessions. The team will play the following matches: against Damac of Saudi Arabia on Friday, July 28, before the minor sea on Tuesday, August 1 and will end before the Orihuela on Saturday August 5.

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In addition to Morcillo, Romera and Haro, these are the players who complete the list: Jesús Romero and Alejandro Satoca; Agostinho Masal ‘Net’, Sergio Mendinueta, José Carlos Caballero ‘Checa’, Fran Pacoli, Jonxa Vidal and Bruno Caballero; Chirri Monje, Rafa Mella, Alejandro Camacho, Aitor Aspas, Lolo Ivars, Adama Guira, Carlos López and Javi Sandá; Raúl Juliá, Julen Gutiérrez, Diego Gómez-Pantoja and Alejandro Tarí.

The team will be under the command of Antonio Sanchez de la Calle, 44-year-old former soccer player with a career as a player in Xerez, Recreativo, Albacete, Nàstic, Girona or Valladolid. As a coach, he has spent several seasons gaining experience in Pedroñeras, Villarrobledo, Atlético Onubense, Recreativo, Huesca and Ponferradina as assistant coach and San Sebastián de los Reyes. The coach assures that the objective is: “Enjoy, but work above all else”

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