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Rufino Segovia del Burgo

Rufino Segovia del Burgo (born 1 March 1985), known simply as Rufino, is a Spanish footballer who plays for Romanian club ACS Poli Timișoara as a forward.

Football career

Born in Madrid, Rufino made his professional debuts with hometown's Rayo Vallecano, first appearing with its main squad in the 2004–05 season as the club competed in the third division. He then moved to neighbours Atlético Madrid, where he would spend the vast majority of his spell with the reserves; this also included a short loan at Albacete Balompié (second level, no appearances).

Rufino's La Liga output would consist of two matches: on 22 April 2006 he replaced fellow youth graduate Manu del Moral for the final 20 minutes of a 1–0 win at Deportivo de La Coruña. Almost one year later, he played roughly the same amount of time in a 0–0 home draw against Real Betis.

Released in the 2007 summer Rufino took his game to division three, consecutively with Real Valladolid B, Águilas CF, UD Melilla and CD Toledo. In July 2011, after one year in Hungary, he returned to his country and signed for Burgos CF in the same category.

External links

  • Rufino profile at BDFutbol
  • Rufino profile at Soccerway


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