Atlético de Madrid has presented a great renovation of its dressing room in recent years, with the coming and going of decisive players for the team such as scorers Sonia Bermúdez or Jenni Hermoso. However, the rojiblanca entity has kept several heavyweights in the squad such as the midfielder Amanda Sampedro, Ángela Sosa and Silvia Meseguer, wingers Carmen Menayo and Kenti Robles or goalkeeper Lola Gallardo.
All six have remained on the team in the best years in terms of sports success, with the three Leagues being won consecutively. And, they have done it with a role of importance for the rojiblancas. The six are usually holders and, in the case of the Seville goalkeeper, not even an injury or the arrival of the considered best goalkeeper in the world, Van Veennendal, has managed to relegate him to the red and white goal.
The other five untouchables have also remained strong in the face of new competition in their positions, occupying the top ten players with the most minutes as Atletico this season. The decisive role of Ángela Sosa stands out, chosen best player of the previous season of the First Iberdrola. The midfielder is top scorer (9 goals and 5 assists) and Atlético's second footballer with the most minutes in his boots (1,673 '). They have also had influence with their goals Meseguer (3 goals) or the great captain Amanda Sampedro (2), who are the seventh and tenth player with the most minutes in the Madrid squad, respectively.
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