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.

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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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