Vicente Moreno: “I had a humble but beautiful childhood”

Vicente Moreno: “I had a humble but beautiful childhood”

first_imgThrough the club’s official media, Real Mallorca has presented a documentary titled ‘Vicente Moreno: 1000 days with us’, in which he reviews the career of the Valencian coach in charge of the Balearic team.Vicente Moreno arrives in Palma on June 20, 2017 to take over a historic that has just dropped to the Second Division B of Spanish football and that he finds himself engulfed in the most absolute depression after falling into the abyss of the third category where he had not been in the last thirty-five years.With his team, Moreno achieves two consecutive promotions and Mallorca returns to the First Division after two excellent seasons recovering not only the sports field but also the social one.He climbs from Second B to Second in Anduva against Mirandés, a field in which he had certified a year earlier the descent to Second B, and then he achieved promotion to First at home, in Son Moix, in a spectacular comeback against Deportivo de la Coruña with whom he had lost 2-0 at Riazor and won 3-0 at Son Moix.Until the halt due to the coronavirus, Moreno’s balance at the head of the vermilions is 121 official matches with 53 wins, 31 draws and 37 defeats. Precisely the game of the 28th day that had to be played when the competition stopped, Mallorca-Barcelona, ​​coincided with his thousand days in office. The documentary reviews his Majorcan career and also his time at the Nàstic de Tarragona where he also achieved a promotion from Second B to Second and he was about to later achieve promotion to First, which would have consumed him in a true specialist in category promotions. In fact, the Valencian coach also knows what it is to achieve promotions with what was his professional team as a player, Xerez.Curiously, his debut as a player was at the Son Moix stadium, wearing the Xerez shirt, and facing Mallorca. That game was won by the locals, their current team, 2-0.Moreno, born in the Valencian town of Massanassa in 1974, he went through the lower categories of Levante and Valencia although his professional career was developed in Jerez. With the Andalusian team he achieved two promotions, one to Second and one to First, the only presence in First for the Cádiz club. Moreno became captain of the team and scored a key goal for promotion.There he debuted as a coach and in Chapín there is still a mural in recognition of his career in the team in a background of the stadium.In the documentary, Vicente Moreno states that he had “a humble but very beautiful childhood“, arguing that “Being able to live in a town gives you the power to have the freedom to be more on the street than at home, and I didn’t see myself doing anything other than playing soccer. “In reference to professional football, Moreno adds that “you can believe in luck, but then you have to work really hard to get things“last_img

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