Andrés Miso changes his boots for the Getafe bench

The 37-year-old former player will take the reins of the Madrid team of the First National Division. He played 424 games in ACB after making his debut in 2001.


The Spanish player Andrés Miso has announced his retirement at the age of 37 and the start of his career on the bench at the helm of CB Getafe, a team that plays in the First National Division.

Miso made his debut in the ACB with Estudiantes in the 2001-02 season and throughout his almost two decades as a professional player he also went through Fuenlabrada, Sevilla, Zaragoza and Murcia for a total of 424 matches played in the highest category.

From 2015, the Madrilenian continued his career in the LEB Oro league passing through Oviedo, Marín, Palencia, A Coruña and Menorca, where he played his last minutes as a professional. After obtaining the title of superior coach, he will face his first experience as a coach in Getafe, where his objective will be to achieve promotion to the EBA league.

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