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Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish retired footballer, and the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio represented the Spanish national team in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.

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  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish retired footballer, and the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio represented the Spanish national team in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish retired footballer, and the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national football team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio played for Spain in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish football manager and former player. He is the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio represented Spain in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish football manager and former player. He is the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder, he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. He represented Spain in the 2002 World Cup. Sergio started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish football manager and former player. He is the manager of the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder, he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. He represented Spain in the 2002 World Cup. Sergio started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
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  • Sergio (footballer, born 1976)
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  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish retired footballer, and the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio represented the Spanish national team in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish retired footballer, and the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national football team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio played for Spain in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish football manager and former player. He is the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. Sergio represented Spain in the 2002 World Cup. He started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish football manager and former player. He is the manager of Real Valladolid and the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder, he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. He represented Spain in the 2002 World Cup. Sergio started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
  • Sergio González Soriano (born 10 November 1976), known simply as Sergio, is a Spanish football manager and former player. He is the manager of the Catalonia national team. A hard-working central midfielder, he was adept at both defence and playmaking, and spent nearly one decade as a professional at Deportivo de La Coruña after starting at Espanyol. Over 14 La Liga seasons, he amassed totals of 418 matches and 34 goals. He represented Spain in the 2002 World Cup. Sergio started working as a coach in 2014, also with Espanyol.
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