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09 Aug 2015
Teles is leaving Depor after not convincing coach Víctor Sánchez. The Portuguese midfielder arrived in 2012 and last year he performed loaned at Racing de Ferrol (Segunda División B). He played in Copa in 2013.

On Saturday, Deportivo confirmed that Sergio Teles has rescinded his contract with the Galician club. The Portuguese midfielder was trying to convince coach Víctor Sánchez during the pre-season stage and said in several opportunities that his dream was to debut with the first team. But it won’t be possible due to the overbooking in the position of centre midfielder.

Teles arrived for Fabril ahead of the season 2012/13. With coach Devesa he was a fixed starter at midfield alongside Oumar Sidibé. The Portuguese was one of the brains at the team, the one making the short passes at midfield; he ended the campaign with three goals scored and five assists (35 games, 2,594 minutes).

For the campaign 2013/14 Teles only made 10 appearances with Deportivo B (671 minutes, 1 goal), what happened is that former coach Fernando Vázquez had a low number of players and the Portuguese midfielder spent a lot of time on the bench of the first team.

Teles didn’t have the chance to debut in liga, but played both games in Copa Del Rey facing Córdoba CF and Real Jaen; in the first game against the Andalusians (September 12, 2013) he scored one of the penalties in the endless penalty shootout.

Since Fabril were unable to clinch the promotion to Segunda B, the club decided to loan the player to Racing de Ferrol. Teles played in 30 of the 38 matches on the season (2,067 minutes), but it never managed to have a protagonic role at the team, perhaps because the attention was more focused in players like Quim Araujo and Yacine Qasmi.

Teles scored three goals and provided three assists during last season; his best moment was to score the winning goal hosting Lealtad (2-1, October 19). His lowest moment was to be sent off visiting Guijuelo, though his team won the match (0-1. January 25).



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