first_imgGoyo Benito has left at the age of 73, in which he achieved fame in the ranks of Real Madrid. The Toledo went on to win eleven titles in official competitions (six in the League and five in the Copa del Rey) between 1969 and 1982. Before his great splendor with the white shirt, he was on loan at Rayo, where he played 47 games during 1966-67 and 1967-68 in Segunda. Of course, he returned to Vallecas years later as technical secretary in the 90s.MiguelínFor his part, he has died at the age of 89. The tall, heavyset left-hander arrived at Rayo in the summer of 1950, with the team in Third and wearing his recently released Strip. He remained in their ranks until 1954-55 (except one season in between) and became one of the captains. His pending subject was promotion to Second, which came just a year after his departure. Of course, he lived it as one more rayista. What always was. The rayista family is in mourning. He has had to dismiss, with just a few hours of difference, two footballers who wore the Strip. In addition, it is a sad coincidence that both played in the same area, they were defenses. Miguel Ríos ‘Miguelín’ went through the Vallecano team in the 1950s, while Gregorio ‘Goyo’ Benito did so in the late 1960s.last_img read more