Marcelino Moreno - An Atlanta United Star
Marcelino Moreno is a well-known Association Football Player who was born in Argentina on June 25, 1994. Damián Marcelino Moreno is an Argentine professional footballer who currently plays as a forward for Lans in Argentina's Primera División. Marcelino Moreno's zodiac sign is Cancer, according to astrologers. Listed as the most popular Association Football Player. Also on the list of prominent celebrities born in Argentina.
During his youth career, Moreno played for Atlético Palmira and Boca Juniors before joining Lans, where he competed in the 2016 U-20 Copa Libertadores. Moreno was loaned out to Talleres de Torneo Federal A in 2015. After not appearing for Talleres' first squad, Moreno rejoined Argentine Primera División side, Lans a year later. He made his senior debut for Lans in a Copa Argentina victory against San Martn de Formosa on July 19, 2016, before making his professional league debut on August 28 against the previous club Boca Juniors. Moreno appeared in all competitions twenty-eight times in his rookie season of 2016–17. Moreno scored his first senior goal against Belgrano in March 2019.
Following a total of 122 games and six goals for Lans, Moreno left for the United States with Major League Soccer side Atlanta United on September 22, 2020, signing as a designated player for an unknown amount. On 11 October, he made his debut against the New York Red Bulls at home, which was followed by six more appearances in the 2020 season; he also scored penalties in November against FC Cincinnati and Columbus Crew SC.
Copa Bicentenario: 2016 (Lanús)
Supercopa Argentina: 2016 (Lanús)
Marcelino Moreno is currently playing for Atlanta United FC.
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During his youth career, Moreno played for Atlético Palmira and Boca Juniors before joining Lans, where he competed in the 2016 U-20 Copa Libertadores. Moreno joined Talleres de Torneo Federal A in 2015. After not appearing for Talleres' first squad, Moreno rejoined Argentine Primera División side, Lans a year later. He made his senior debut for Lans in a Copa Argentina victory over San Martn on July 19, 2016, before making his professional league debut on August 28 against the previous club Boca Juniors. Moreno appeared in all competitions twenty-eight times in his rookie season of 2016–17.
"Mando" sustained a late-season foot ailment that troubled him throughout the winter, and he did not appear in any of Atlanta United's preseason games. He's been listed as day-to-day for quite some time, struggling with "some ailment to his foot," so there's a good probability it's the same foot. You're really welcome. In all seriousness, it's unclear whether Moreno's foot issue is exceptionally severe or whether Pineda and his team are simply being careful given the amount of time Moreno may put in this season. There's no need to be anything other than cautious in the preseason.
Because Moreno has yet to play in any preseason games, it's tough to predict how he'll adjust to Pineda's new structure and style. Mando will most likely function similarly to how he did last season, based on half hope and half-educated prediction. He enjoys getting forward but has no problem receiving the ball deep to begin working his way up the field, and he naturally gravitates to approximately 5 yards outside the top of the box. If the preseason has taught us anything, it's that Moreno's natural position will most likely align with what Pineda expects from his attacking midfielders.
With the home opener only hours away, fans are unlikely to see Mando for at least another couple of weeks. He'll almost probably need to improve on fitness to some extent, however, he may sneak into the 18 at some time and surprise everyone. Even with fewer minutes expected, a decent 6 goals and 8 assists appear to be fair odds for him this season. Needless to say, when he's on the field, the Five Stripes will be better.