Ignasi Miquel

Cultured Spanish U21 centre-back Ignasi added to his considerable number of first-team outings last season as he featured as a substitute in the Premier League against Sunderland, whilst also scoring his first senior goal for the club in the Capital One Cup trouncing of Coventry City.

The previous campaign the youngster had been asked to fill in for the first-team on several occasions, often in his secondary position of left-back, and he now has 13 senior appearances to his name, having featured in all four major competitions.

Ignasi, who joined the club from Cornella in 2008, also possesses a wealth of experience at second-string level, and made a further 17 appearances for the U21s last season, captaining the side on most occasions.

Surprisingly, despite having featured for the second-string for over four years, he is yet to experience a loan spell of any kind- something that is likely to change during 2013/14.

Red= primary position, Yellow= secondary positions

 


4 thoughts on “Ignasi Miquel

    [...] Conor Henderson45. Gavin Hoyte46. Henri Lansbury47. Sean McDermott48. Ignasi Miquel49. Rhys Murphy51. Oguzhan Özyakup55. James Shea56. Luke Freeman57. [...]

    [...] Sead Hajrović44. Conor Henderson46. Henri Lansbury48. Jernade Meade49. Ignasi Miquel51. Nigel Neita55. Sanchez Watt56. Nico Yennaris57. Martin Angha58. [...]

    jcobd said:
    July 27, 2012 at 6:29 am

    Ignasi was absolute class against Malaysi XI. I view him as next in line along with Lansbury in being promoted to the first team. If a premier league loan arises then that would be excellent, otherwise I would prefer he stay here and train with our squad and catch action when he can.

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