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Genar Andrinúa Personal information Full name Genar Andrinúa Cortabarría Date of birth May 9, 1964 (1964-05-09) (age 46) Place of birth Bilbao, Spain Height 1.84 m (6 ft  1⁄2 in) Playing position Centre back Youth career Romo Athletic Bilbao Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls)† 1982–1985 1983–1997 1985–1986 Bilbao Athletic Athletic Bilbao → Valladolid (loan) 104 00(9) 304 0(16) 034 00(2) National team 1985–1986 1987–1988 1987–1990 Spain U21 Spain U23 Spain 012 00(1) 003 00(1) 028 00(2) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). This name uses Spanish naming customs. The first or paternal family name is "Andrinúa" and the second or maternal family name is "Cortabarría". Genar Andrinúa Cortabarría (born May 9, 1964 in Bilbao, Biscay) is a former Spanish footballer, who played as a central defender. Contents 1 Club career 2 International career 2.1 International goals 3 Honours 4 External links Club career During his career, Andrinúa played solely for Athletic Bilbao, safe for a loan at Real Valladolid. He made his debuts for the first team in 1983–84, appearing once for the league champions (he also only amassed another game in the following campaign). Eventually, Andrinúa gained the captain's armband from historical Andoni Goikoetxea, also a centre-back, and proceeded to appear in nearly 400 overall games for the Basque side, also scoring at least once in all the seasons but one. After two weak last seasons, he retired, in June 1997, with the side now captained by youngster Julen Guerrero. International career Andrinúa earned 28 caps and scored twice for the national team; his debut came in a friendly match with England, on February 18, 1987, replacing José Antonio Camacho in a 2–4 home loss (all four opponent goals by Gary Lineker), and he went on to appear at the UEFA Euro 1988 and the 1990 FIFA World Cup, retiring internationally after the latter. Andrinúa also played three times for the unofficial Basque Country national side, and helped Spain's U21s win the 1986 European Championship. International goals # Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition 1. June 5, 1988 St. Jakob Stadium, Basel, Switzerland  Switzerland 0–1 1–1 Friendly 2. February 8, 1989 Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland  Northern Ireland 0–1 0–2 1990 World Cup qualification Honours Athletic Bilbao: Spanish League: 1983–84 Spanish Cup: 1983–84 External links Athletic Bilbao profile BDFutbol profile National team data (Spanish) Genar Andrinúa – FIFA competition record  Genar Andrinúa - Navigation boxes v · d · eSpain squad – UEFA Euro 1988 1 Zubizarreta • 2 Tomás • 3 Camacho • 4 Andrinúa • 5 Víctor • 6 Calderé • 7 Salinas • 8 M. Sanchís • 9 Butragueño • 10 Eloy • 11 Gordillo • 12 Diego • 13 Buyo • 14 Gallego • 15 Eusebio • 16 Bakero • 17 Begiristain • 18 Soler • 19 M. Vázquez • 20 Míchel • Coach: Muñoz v · d · eSpain squad – 1990 FIFA World Cup 1 Zubizarreta • 2 Chendo • 3 Jiménez • 4 Andrinúa • 5 Sanchís • 6 Vázquez • 7 Pardeza • 8 Quique • 9 Butragueño (c) • 10 Fernando • 11 Villarroya • 12 Alkorta • 13 Ablanedo • 14 Górriz • 15 Roberto • 16 Bakero • 17 Hierro • 18 Rafa Paz • 19 Salinas • 20 Manolo • 21 Míchel • 22 Ochotorena • Coach: Suárez Persondata Name Andrinua, Genar Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 9, 1964 Place of birth Bilbao, Spain Date of death Place of death