| Albacete, Spain|
| Alberto Cifuentes Martinez|
(1979-05-29) 29 May 1979 (age 36)
91 (Piast Gliwice / Goalkeeper)
Alberto Cifuentes Martínez Wikipedia
Alberto Cifuentes Martínez (born 29 May 1979), known simply as Alberto, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Cádiz CF as a goalkeeper.
Born in Albacete, Castile-La Mancha, Alberto started playing as a senior with local Albacete Balompié's reserves. On 15 November 1998, after starter Julio Iglesias was sent off early into a home game against CP Mérida, he made his debut in Segunda División with the first team, going on to concede twice in a 0–2 home loss.
Alberto spent most of his career in Segunda División B, representing in the second level, other than Albacete, Ciudad de Murcia, UD Salamanca, Real Murcia and Cádiz CF for a total of 174 appearances. In the 2004–05 season he was part of RCD Mallorca's La Liga roster, being only third-choice behind Miguel Ángel Moyà and Sander Westerveld.
Alberto moved abroad for the first time in the 2014 summer at the age of 35, joining a host of compatriots – including manager Ángel García – at Polish club Piast Gliwice. He made his debut in top flight football on 20 July of that year, starting in a 0–4 Ekstraklasa defeat at Lech Poznań.