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Real’s 1966 European Cup hero passes away

Real’s 1966 European Cup hero passes away

Real Madrid announced today that their former player and Spanish International Fernando Rodríguez Serena had sadly passed away at the age of 77.

The former right winger made a name for himself during a five year stint with Real after joining “Los Blancos” in 1963 from local Madrid side AD Plus Ultra(Now know as Real Madrid Castilla)

He made 86 appearances and scored 15 goals while donning the famous white shirt and was able to help Real claim four league titles. His name would go down in Real’s history books when he scored the winning goal in Brussels against Partizan Belgrade as Real came from behind to secure their sixth European Cup.

After his successful stint at Real he went on to play for Osasuna, Elche and Sant Andreu while also collecting his single cap for his country in 1963.

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