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Ignacio Camacho


Ignacio Camacho Barnola is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Málaga CF inLa Liga, usually as a defensive midfielder. Initially starting out at hometown club Real Zaragoza, Camacho was spotted by Atlético Madrid, and was signed to its youth academy. He made his first-team debut on 1 March 2008 in a starter profile. On 3 May 2008 Camacho scored his first La Liga goal, netting twice in another home success, this time against Recreativo de Huelva. After some excellent performances in his first season, he would however spend the following campaign restricted to Copa del Rey matches   The 2009–10 season did not provide Camacho with the needed opportunities to progress, due to injury and other problems. In late December 2010, was transferred to Málaga CF, with teammate Sergio Asenjo also making the move in a loan deal. Camacho scored his first official goal for Málaga on 29 April 2012, netting from a Jesús Gámez cross for the game's only goal at home against Valencia CF. In 2012–13, Camacho started regularly for the Manuel Pellegrini-led side. In January 2013 he was a central figure in two of the three contest between Málaga and Barcelona. Camacho captained the Spain U17s to the title at the 2007 UEFA European Football Championship, scoring one goal himself during the tournament. In 2008, following his performances with Atlético's first team, he was promoted to the under-21s
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