FC Barcelona – Barça Legends: Luis Enrique

Published on 23 septiembre, 2013 by

After starting out as a professional with his hometown club, Sporting Gijón, Luis Enrique was snapped up by Real Madrid in 1991, where he played for five seasons until, following the breakdown of contractual negotiations with the all-whites in the summer of 1996, he ended up making the surprise decision to move to their biggest rivals, FC Barcelona.
The Barça fans rapidly adopted the charismatic and extraordinarily versatile Asturian as one of their own, and in eight seasons in Catalonia, he became firmly established as one of the club’s most iconic players. First under Bobby Robson, and later Luis Van Gaal and Frank Rijkaard, he was always an automatic first team choice, scoring 123 goals in his 354 appearances and taking over from Sergi Barjuan as captain in 2002. His major honours at FC Barcelona included two Spanish Ligas, two Spanish Cups and the European Cup Winners Cup in 1997.

Luis Enrique va formar part de la plantilla del Barça entre el 1996 i el 2004. En aquests vuit anys va arribar a jugar un total de 300 partits oficials, va marcar 109 gols i va aixecar fins a set títols: una Recopa d’Europa, una Supercopa d’Europa, dues Lligues, dues Copes del Rei i una Supercopa d’Espanya.

El jugador asturiano formó parte de la plantilla del Barça entre 1996 y 2004. En estos ocho años llegó a jugar un total de 300 partidos oficiales, marcó 109 goles y levantó hasta siete títulos: una Recopa de Europa, una Supercopa de Europa, dos Ligas, dos Copas del Rey y una Supercopa de España.

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