(IMAGES) The days of Jorge «Mágico» González in Cádiz, a city that idolizes him

Former Salvadoran soccer player Jorge “Mágico” González is in the Spanish city of Cádiz to commemorate the 112th anniversary of the foundation of the soccer club in which he became its greatest figure and a legend in the city. The team from Cádiz has been in charge of keeping alive the feats that the Cuscatleco striker achieved with the yellow jacket and last Monday, September 5, he celebrated with the photo that serves as the cover of this note the 40th anniversary of the player’s debut, which occurred on September 5, 1982.

Next Saturday, the “Mágico” will receive a tribute before the match between Cádiz FC and Barcelona, ​​on matchday 5 of the Spanish League. Jorge will do the kick-off and the poster to announce said match in Spain is dedicated to the Salvadoran, who wore both shirts, although he did not sign with the Catalan club.

In the port city of Cádiz, the Salvadoran has taken the opportunity to play with the children in the squares, very much in his style when he appeared as the star of the team.

The best soccer player that El Salvador has ever had, and considered one of the best in the world, is a legend in the city of Cádiz. The new generations did not see him play, but they know his legend.

His arrival at the Peña “El Vaporcito” was full of many surprises and reunions with former teammates from the Cadiz team.

It is because of plays like this that the “Mágico” remains in the hearts of the people of Cádiz and its legend lives on in the new generations.

The boys from the Cádiz academy, happy to receive the visit of a legend from the club they aspire to defend in the highest category.

One of his famous phrases was stamped on one of the walls of the Ciudad Deportiva del Cádiz FC so that new generations appreciate an idol of all time not only for his genius on the pitch but for his way of seeing life.

Next Saturday, FC Barcelona will also pay tribute to the “Mágico”, whom the Argentine coach César Luis Menotti wanted to have as Diego Armando Maradona’s partner.

The “Mágico” was reunited with an old battle partner in the grass of the Spanish stadiums, the also mythical Carmelo, nicknamed “El Beckenbauer de la Bahía”.

The magic that Jorge left in the city of Cádiz is part of the essence of the club and his legend will surely live on for many more decades.

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