| Vicente Borge Gonzalez|
| (1968-10-23) 23 October 1968 (age 47)|Vicente Borge Wikipedia
Vicente Borge González (born 23 October 1968) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a striker, and a manager.
Born in Mieres, Asturias, Borge was a leading scorer in several of the clubs he played for, notably netting 22 Segunda División B goals for CD Lugo in 1997–98 and also scoring regularly with Cádiz CF and Novelda CF. In Segunda División he played for Real Oviedo, Real Burgos CF, Real Avilés, CE Sabadell FC and CP Mérida, amassing totals of 71 games and 20 goals over the course of five seasons and being relegated with the third and fourth teams.
Borge closed out his career at nearly 38 after several years in the third level and the Valencian Community, with Novelda, Hércules CF and Villajoyosa CF. In the 2001–02 campaign, whilst with Hércules, he finished second in Group III's scoring charts at 14, behind joint-winners Luis García and Javier Portillo (both of Real Madrid Castilla) and UD Lanzarote's Jonathan Torres, all with 15.
After hanging up his boots in June 2006 Borge decided to start a managerial career, precisely with his last club Villajoyosa, being relegated from division three in his second season. After a brief spell with Benidorm he signed for yet another Valencian club in the third tier, Alicante CF, meeting exactly the same fate in 2011 but now due to financial irregularities.
In July 2011 Borge returned to Hércules, being appointed at the reserve side due to the good project of the club's sporting director, Sergio Fernández.As of 20 June 2015