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Place of birth  Seville, Spain
Name  Enrique Corrales
Position  Defender
Years  Team
Career start  2000

Number  22
Height  1.75 m
Playing position  Left back
Role  Footballer
Current team  Sport Boys Warnes
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Full name  Enrique Corrales Martin
Date of birth  (1982-03-01) 1 March 1982 (age 33)

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Enrique Corrales Martín (born 1 March 1982 in Seville, Andalusia) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a left back.


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Club career

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A product of Real Madrid's youth system, Corrales played for its B-team as a senior before moving to CA Osasuna for 2004–05. He made his La Liga debut on 29 August 2004 in a 1–1 home draw against Athletic Bilbao, and amassed 27 appearances during his first season.

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In July 2008, Corrales signed for RCD Mallorca, being first-choice during his first year although he lost his position in the final stretch, to also newly signed Ayoze. In the following campaign, as the Balearic Islands team finished in fifth position and qualified for the UEFA Europa League, he completely lost the battle for first-choice status, appearing in only seven matches but starting in the Copa del Rey.

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With a new player making the first team in his position for 2010–11, Kevin García, Corrales appeared even less for Mallorca (two league games, 128 minutes). On 28 July 2011, aged 29, the free agent joined another top division side, penning a one-year contract with freshly promoted Granada CF; however, after not convincing manager Fabri during the first weeks, he cut ties with the Andalusians and signed for UD Las Palmas.


Spain U16
  • UEFA European Under-16 Championship: 1999
  • References

    Enrique Corrales Wikipedia

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