15 May 2012

Iñigo Martínez: Heir to the great


La Real has always relied in Íñigo Martínez had a project player. So, being still Sanse footballer in 2011 did not hesitate to extend his contract until 2015.

Born in Ondarroa on May 17, 1991, Iñigo served in his formative years at left back to their settlement on the whitish subsidiary.

Although not very high (1.81) there is revealed as central to a club that has been very successful throughout its history. The inheritance of the Kortabarria, Gajate, Gorriz or Larrañaga has endured with bravery and boldness in his year Íñigo baptism in the First Division.

Without being daring, never would have thought scoring goals from their own field. Inigo is Vizcaino for something and you know that there are born where they want, as claimed half seriously, half jokingly What?

The escalation of Inigo in football is dizzying: Sanse debuted with the October 3, 2009 in the game Sanse 2 - Retuerto 2 and, after playing 54 games with the team nurse of la Real in which he scored two goals, the club I trust his rapid ascent to the big stage. The club then brought France to Philippe Montanier, technical with a reputation for promoting young people. Inigo momentum of 10 yellow cards speak and two red in 26 games in first, learn to channel energy over time.

So far, Inigo is part of the Spanish Under-21 and is spoken of in the key of the absolute future.

Curiously, in his first season in the top flight, a player who is a central defender and can boast to have scored two of his three goals from midfield.

Especially considering that someone named Pele play devised half a century ago and could not consummate. In addition, the first goal 'from home' Iñigo Martínez scored it around a derby against Athletic Bilbao, beating Gorka Iraizoz.

He repeated his luck as a bombardier in the Benito Villamarín to achieve the 2-3 with another missile on the head of Casto. With that joy is not so rare attack for Íñigo the azulgrana Gerard Piqué is one of its central "favorites". "It's nice to see his ball out and I look at it," he confessed. (via MD)