Roberto Juan Martínez

Roberto Juan Martínez Martínez (born 25 September 1946) is a Spanish footballer. He was born in Argentina, but naturalized as a Spanish citizen and played for the Spain national football team. Known as a long-beard, he was a good header and good kicker with his right leg. He began his career in Argentina where he defended the colors of Nova Chicago club in Primera B, club held a strong dispute over an unconsumed transfer to the Cerro de Montevideo club. This meant a suspension for two years, which was about to mean his goodbye to the world of football. Finally the sanction was reduced to him and card by Huracán Las Heras to the league of Mendoza, later by Union of Santa Fe club of the maximum category that finished descending, and Banfield. After briefly playing for Millonarios de Bogotá, in 1971 he moved to FC Barcelona to sign up for RCD Espanyol under the orders of José Emilio Santamaría. He remained in the club for three seasons, until 1974. The 1972-73 season was the top scorer in the team with 14 goals. During the same he formed a great front line with Juan María Amiano, author of 13 goals, that helped to classify the club for the UEFA Cup. In July 1974 he signed for Real Madrid, a club that paid a transfer of 15 million pesetas. In the white club he played for six seasons, being the seasons 1974-75 and 1975-76, later going to the bench. In total, he won five Leagues and two Cups at the club, playing 141 league matches and scoring 42 goals. In 1980 he returned to Espanyol, where he played two more seasons, until 1982. In this return to Sarrià he will join the front with Rafael Marañón. In total, he played 111 league games in the club in which he scored 36 goals. Adopted Spanish nationality and played 5 games with the selection, three of them while he was a player of Espanyol. Provided by Wikipedia
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