Diego Capel Trinidad is a young Spanish footballer who currently features for the Spanish powerhouse Sevilla FC. He is a left-footed player and plays mainly as a left-winger and is compared to the Real Madrid veteran Michel Salgado.
Diego Capel is a graduate of the youth set-up of Sevilla and made his first team debut for the Andalucian giants when he was just 16 years of age in 2004 against Atletico Madrid. Since then he has been alternation between Sevilla Atletico in the Segunda Division in Spain and the senior side in the Spanish first division but was made a permanent fixture in the first team set-up at the start of the 2007-2008 season after he performed excellently for the Spanish U-21 national side in the 2007 World Youth Championships.
Capel was the first team winger for Sevilla for the 2007-2008 season and exhibited loads of trick, flicks, pace and dribbing capability. He is certainly a star of the future.
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