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A decade of La Liga and Professional Football for Isco

Valencia CF v Real Madrid - La Liga Santander Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images

November marks a decade of professional football for Isco as the Spaniard made his first team debut while playing for Valencia in 2010. Ten years later, countless dazzling performances, trophies and headlines and the prodigious maestro is now an established player for one of the biggest (if not the biggest) clubs in European and world football at large.

Isco didn’t stay long in Valencia moving to Malaga less than a year after he made his first team debut. It was with Los Albicelestes that he truly made his name and caught the eye of the football world. Real Madrid were paying attention and brought the young player to the Santiago Bernabeu where he would go on to reach scorching heights under both Ancelotti and Zidane while never ever truly able to maintain a consistent level throughout his Los Blancos tenure.

When everything is said and done however, Isco will be remembered as a fundamental and instrumental piece of a golden Real Madrid team while being a major protagonist of his generation in Spain. Congratulations to the player on this milestone.

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