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Ignacio Camacho has been the last player That withdraw for injuries and that has a rojiblanco past. Far from it this has been the only case, since the rojiblanco club is not accompanied by luck in regards to injuries. During the previous season, Costa was one of the players who had the most to do with injuries. However, the list of 'harmed' by this is eternal. Some of them have had to say goodbye to the ball …

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Some broke playing rojiblanco

Among the players who suffered serious injuries while watching in the rojiblancas ranks, three cases stand out.

Juninho Paulista: The Brazilian player (February 22, 1973) He arrived at Atlético in the summer of 1997 from the English Middlesbrough for 3 billion pesetas (18 million euros). The Rio international made his debut for the rojiblancos scoring a goal against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu on the first matchday of the league. However, February 1, 1998 was a turning point in Juninho's career. That day, Atlético visited Celta in Balaídos and in minute 70 of the game Michel Salgado made an entry from behind the Brazilian at the ankle, causing him a fibula fracture, as well as the rupture of multiple ligaments. This injury kept the player standing for just three months, arriving to play the last games of the season. However, he was never the same again. He remained in the squad for one more campaign and in the summer of 1999 he returned to his country, to Vasco de Gama. Retired in 2010 playing in the modest Ituano. Total played 66 games for Atlético in which he scored 18 goals and gave 5 assists.

Tiago Mendes: The Portuguese midfielder (May 2, 1981) is one of the most beloved players of Atlético's recent era. He arrived on loan in the winter market of the 2009-10 season from Juventus and that provisional stay ended up turning into eight seasons defending the red and white shirt. ANDOn November 28, 2015 he suffered a serious injury in the match between the colchoneros and Espanyol at the Vicente Calderón. Half an hour into the game, Tiago an undisplaced fracture occurred in the middle third of the tibia of the right leg that forced him to go through the operating room and be six months standing, reappearing on the last day of the championship against Celta in the rojiblanco fiefdom. After hanging up his boots at the end of the 2016-17 season, he joined Simeone's coaching staff as an assistant., starting this year his career as head coach at Vitória Guimarães in his country. Total He played 228 games with Atlético, scoring 19 goals and giving 14 goals..

Tiago playing for Atlético

Augusto Fernandez: The Argentine midfielder (April 10, 1986) joined the ranks of Atlético in December 2015 to make up for, precisely, the loss of Tiago. He came from Celta and was an important resource for Simeone, becoming the winter signing who played the most minutes with the Argentine coach until that moment since he arrived on the mattress bench. However, September 25, 2016, in a league match against Deportivo de La Coruña at the Vicente Calderón, suffered a blow to the knee that caused a rupture of the cruciate ligament in the right knee that resulted in 303 days of sick leave. He reappeared in the preseason of the following year. He was in the rojiblanca squad until February 2018, when he left with Carrasco to play china. Actually militates in Cádiz, with whom he will play this year in LaLiga Santander. Total played 34 games for Atlético, in which he gave an assist.

Augusto Fernández playing for Atlético

Others fell once they left the club

There are also players who suffered serious injuries when they had already abandoned the mattress discipline, like these three footballers.

Ignacio Camacho: The former Atlético de Madrid player during the 2007-2011 seasons he has not had good fortune with injuries. After his time at Atleti and his seven-year adventure at Malaga, Camacho signed for Wolfsburg in 2017 and since September 2018 he has not played officially. Despite the fact that he underwent surgery in October 2018, the interventions did not yield results. And, today, has decided to retire officially.

Álvaro Domínguez: Unfortunately, Domínguez had to hang up his boots because of his back pain. A prodigious career braking at 27 years after many operations where I did not see the light at the end of the tunnel. Although these annoyances began at Atlético de Madrid, it was finally in his time with Borussia Mönchengladbach when he really realized that he couldn't continue playing football. The case of Domínguez recalls, although saving the distance of youth, that of Camacho.

Sime Vrsaljko: The Atlético de Madrid player was on loan the previous season at Inter, where injuries did not respect him … Under this scenario, he was losing prominence in the Italian team. His left knee was the cause that doctor Villalón had to travel to Belgium to operate on him. Missed the season since February. A bad fortune that coincides with other players who also went through the rojiblanco box.

Vrsaljko playing for Atlético

There are those who suffered them during and after

Some players were even seriously injured while they belonged to Atlético and also after leaving the mattress discipline.

Sergio Asenjo: The Palencia goalkeeper (June 28, 1989) he joined Atlético in the summer of 2009 from Valladolid. May 8, 2010, on the penultimate day of the league championship, the colchoneros visited Gijón to face Sporting and at minute 13, the rojiblanco goalkeeper tore the cruciate ligament in his right knee, which forced him to be in the dry dock for months, receiving discharge in November of the same year. In December he left on loan to Malaga and in February the crusader was broken again, but on the other knee, and has to be unemployed another six months. He returned to Atlético and was in the squad until the end of the 2012-13 academic year., when he went on loan to Villarreal, who signed him the following summer. The Castellón team has suffered two other crusader breaks, in April 2015 and February 2017, from which he recovered and, since then, has settled in the yellow club, now beginning his eighth season without having to regret any more misfortunes of this type. Total participated in 41 games with the rojiblancos, in which he conceded 51 goals.

Lucas Hernandez: The French player of Bayern Munich suffered a partial tear of the internal ligament of your right ankle when he played against Olympiacos in the Champions League. Remember that Hernandez He already suffered several injuries at Atlético de Madrid that 'slowed him down' the great progression that ended up giving. It remains to be seen how he recovers from these complaints throughout the season.

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