The Argentine crack who seeks to recover and has chances to redo his way at Real Madrid

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The Argentine crack who seeks to recover and has chances to redo his way at Real Madrid





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Francisco “Franchu” Feuillassier scored a goal and broke it at Real Madrid Castilla. (Photo: RealMadrid.com)


The football landscape after the coronavirus pandemic could undergo a radical change even in the main clubs in the world due to the lack of economic income. A case to consider is Real Madrid, a team where the Argentine Francisco Feuillassier is a member.

The striker’s story is similar to that of Lionel Messi or Franco Di Santo, players who emigrated to Europe without having a passage through the highest category of Argentine football.

Franchu, as his friends at Real Madrid B tell him, arrived at the White House in mid-2009 at the hands of Juan Esnaider, a former River attacker among other teams. At just 11 years old, the Mar del Plata native took his first steps in the Spanish institution and from the first moment made it clear that his football conditions were those of a crack. A diamond in the rough.


In Real Madrid youth played 33 games and scored 20 goals.


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In Real Madrid youth played 33 games and scored 20 goals.


After five years at Rayo Vallecano, Feuillassier returned to Meringue and managed to obtain the treble in 2016. That conquest gave him the opportunity to be part of the Santiago Solari squad, who at that time was the coach of Real Madrid Castilla, since Zinedine Zidane was in charge of the first team.