Ex-Malaga left winger Antonio Calderon has officially become a Lincoln player after his starring performance in the Champions League qualifiers in the summer when he helped the club get into the second round.
“I’m really happy to be here at Lincoln Red Imps,” said Calderon. “I was really looking forward to getting back to my part of the world after my role in the Champions League qualifiers and hope to make the most of this opportunity.”
Calderon, who was born in Ronda, made his senior debut for the Malaga CF senior reserve side in 2002, before joining third division Real Jaen in the summer of 2006. After remaining there for four seasons, he returned to his hometown club Ronda before embarking on a five year journey around fourth division clubs like Extremadura, Jerez, Union Estepona and Velez.
He then played in the emerging Polish League signing a one-year contract at Arka Gdynia before moving to Pogon Siedlce on 1 July 2015 from where he joined the Red Imps.