Nino’s first goal in the Second Division turns 20 years old. On April 1, 2000, the Almería forward released his account director in the silver category of Spanish football. He did it with his goal to Toledo, the one that gave the victory to the team led by Jorge D’Alessandro. It was at the Martínez Valero stadium, only 19 years old and a promising future ahead. He entered the field of play in the 73rd minute to replace the Valencian Raúl Ibáñez and in those 17 minutes he had time to give the victory to his team.Since then, Juan Francisco Martínez Modesto ‘Nino’ has not tired of celebrating each of the goals he has scored, throughout his sports career, in the four teams in which he has played: Elche, Levante, Tenerife and Osasuna. In all four, in one way or another, he left his mark and Vera’s took a good memory to collect in his long and successful sports career. FITO GONZALEZ & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FITO GONZALEZ14 / 02/20 INTERVIEW WITH CHILD PLAYER OF ELCHEFITO GONZALEZ (DAILY AS) In Elche he made the leap to professional football and has become the player with the most goals and matches for the entity. Add twelve seasons dressed in white and green, divided into two different stages (from 98/99 to 06/05 and from 16/17 to the present). In illicit lands he opened his career and it will be where he closed it, once you decide to hang up your boots. In Levante, in the 2006/07 campaign, he debuted in the First Division. At 26 years old, he did not finish breaking it and only lasted one year as a granota. He played 20 official matches and scored two goals, one in the Cup for Atlético and the other in the League, against Osasuna. From Valencia he went to Tenerife, where of his five seasons he highlighted the honor of becoming the scorer of the Second Division (2008/09, 29 goals) and the hero of the island’s promotion to First that same year. After two consecutive declines, Nino flew to Pamplona to return to the First Division and become a benchmark for the Red team. There he suffered the hardest club of his professional stage, with the rupture of the cruciate ligament of his knee in the summer of 2013. Doctors opened the option of withdrawal, but Nino was still determined to return and not withdraw due to injury.His return to the field of play occurred seven months later and, coincidentally, fate wanted him to go to Elche, where he has now returned to continue with the ‘7’ on his back and the captain’s armband on his arm. That is Nino’s career in the Second Division. The rest is history.