Our friends over at La Liga Lowdown have been speaking to former Atletico Madrid winger Luis Garcia once more, touching on his career in England and Spain.
Born in Badalona, Garcia began his senior career with Barcelona, representing the Catalan side’s B team, before four loan stints in the lower leagues with Toledo, Tenerife and twice with Valladolid.
Having impressed, Garcia was signed by Atleti, before a short stint back with Barca saw him gain recognition from England where Liverpool would come knocking.
The left winger enjoyed a successful period at Anfield, winning the Champions League and being a runner-up, whilst he also got his hands on the FA Cup.
Garcia returned to Atleti in 2007 before spells with Racing Santander, Panathinaikos, Puebla, UNAM, Atletico Kolkata and Central Coast Mariners.
He would call time on his career in 2016, marking a superb 19-year playing career, which also saw him gain 20 caps for the Spanish national side and five appearances for the Catalan national team.
In the above interview, Garcia talks to David Garrido about his playing career, before the Sky Sports’ presenter hands him a nifty little gift.