| Orihuela, Spain|
| Salvador Perez Martinez|
(1990-05-08) 8 May 1990 (age 25)
C.D. Tondela (Forward)
Salva Chamorro Wikipedia
Salvador Pérez Martínez (Chinese: 沙華; born 8 May 1990), known as Salva Chamorro, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Real Murcia.
Born in Orihuela, Valencian Community, Chamorro, spent the vast majority of his career in the Spanish lower leagues, starting out at Villarreal B then going on to represent CP Cacereño and CD Teruel. In the 2011 summer he signed with FC Cartagena, still on loan from Villarreal CF, making his professional debut on 27 August in a 0–2 away loss against Hércules CF and scoring his first goal in Segunda División on 7 January to help defeat SD Huesca 2–0 at home, as the season ended in relegation.
Chamorro subsequently returned to Segunda División B, where he appeared for Villarreal B, CD Atlético Baleares, UE Llagostera and Lleida Esportiu. He helped the second club promote to the second level for the first ever in 2014, netting 11 times playoffs included.
Chamorro signed for Scottish side Hamilton Academical in July 2015, but he left after less than a month because international clearance could not be processed, joining C.D. Tondela from Portugal instead. He made his Primeira Liga debut on 27 September, coming on as an 80th-minute substitute for Dolly Menga in a 0–1 loss at C.S. Marítimo.
In his last game, Chamorro featured only six minutes but was still able to contribute to a 2–2 away draw against league leaders Sporting Clube de Portugal, scoring the final equalizer after a counter-attack. After terminating his contract citing personal reasons, he returned to his country and signed with FC Barcelona B until 30 June 2017.
Chamorro moved to Hong Kong Premier League side Hong Kong Pegasus FC in the summer of 2016. However, after appearing rarely over the course of one single season, his contract was not renewed.Llagostera
Segunda División B: 2013–14