Former Universidad Católica Player Secures Exciting Opportunity in Europe

After performing well at Universidad Católica, where he was an important part of the team, Clemente Montes went to Europe in search of further growth as a player and to showcase his abilities on the “Old Continent”. However, the reality was completely different for the Chilean player.

Upon arriving in January at Celta B, the former Universidad Católica player had only been called up once. The good news for Clemente Montes is that during this Saturday, he was called up again and could play minutes in the game against Badajoz for the 28th round of the Group A of the First Federation of Spain.

Thus, the former player of the “Cruzado” team, Clemente Montes, will wear the number 8 jersey. In the Spanish championship, Celta B, in their last five matches, have won three, drawn one, and lost one, placing them in fifth position in the tournament.

It is worth remembering that Clemente Montes had a heel injury that prevented him from being among the called up players. Claudio Girález, coach of Celta B, had referred to the Chilean player when he stated: “He arrived well, but on the second day, he had discomfort in the patellar tendon. We decided to stop as he was forcing himself in training.”

Mena and Magallanes

On the other hand, Eugenio Mena referred to the next game of Universidad Católica against Magallanes: “They come from a long trip, an elimination, but they have good players, play well and make it difficult for you. We have worked well, it will be a difficult game, but it has been a nice week for us, we want to return to victory and stay in the top of the table.”

In the same vein, the Chilean team’s lateral spoke about his virtues on the field: “Giving the team an option in attack, width, and being deep, but also having balance to defend and give security to the defense, which is the main thing for my position. We have gradually consolidated that, as a team, we seek balance in attack and defense.”

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