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Full name  Borja Sanchez Gil
Name  Borja Gil
Current team  CD Alcoyano
Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Footballer
Date joined  July 5, 2014
2001–2004  Atletico Madrid
Height  1.79 m
Position  Forward, Midfielder
Years  Team
Weight  72 kg

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Date of birth  (1987-02-14) 14 February 1987 (age 28)
Place of birth  Talavera de la Reina, Spain
Number  21 (PAE Kerkyra / Midfielder, Forward)

Borja Sanchez Gil


Borja Sánchez Gil (born 14 February 1987) is a Spanish footballer who plays for CF Fuenlabrada as a midfielder.

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He spent most of his career in Segunda División B, playing over 200 games across nine seasons for eight clubs. He also had brief professional spells at Girona and Greek team Kerkyra.

Football career

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Born in Talavera de la Reina, Province of Toledo, Sánchez began his career at RSD Alcalá, making his senior debut on 20 February 2005 as a late substitute in a 0–3 away loss against UD Lanzarote for the Segunda División B championship. The following campaign, he played more regularly as the team from the Community of Madrid were relegated.

Sánchez remained in the third division with Atlético Madrid B, playing just twice in 2006–07. In his first start, a 0–1 home defeat to Racing de Santander B on 17 September 2006, he received a straight red card before half-time in what would be his last appearance; after returning to Alcalá in Tercera División, he had one-season spells back in the third level with Real Balompédica Linense and CD Dénia, suffering relegation with the former.

On 28 June 2010, Sánchez signed a one-year deal at Girona FC with the option for a second. He made his debut for his new club on 1 September in a Copa del Rey second leg at the Estadi Montilivi, playing the entirety of a 1–1 draw against SD Huesca (3–5 penalty shootout loss); he was scoreless across the campaign in Segunda División, in which he started just twice.

Subsequently, Sánchez returned to division three, joining SD Ponferradina on 14 June 2011. He totalled 33 official games and two goals during his only season, helping to a return to the second tier after one year.

Sánchez remained in Castile and León and the third tier, signing for UD Salamanca on 7 August 2012. In a campaign which ended with administrative relegation, he scored a career-best 13 goals, including three braces in two victories over Sporting de Gijón B and another against CD Guijuelo.

Sánchez spent the next year at Huesca, who terminated his contract for financial reasons in June 2014. The following month, he moved abroad for the first time, signing at PAE Kerkyra.

On 6 July 2015, after only two starts and two substitute appearances as well as relegation from the Superleague Greece, Sánchez returned to his homeland and its third division, joining CD Alcoyano.

References

Borja Sánchez Gil Wikipedia


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