Wednesday, 21 August, 2019
The player of Rayo Vallecano, Nicolás Fedor, returns to Europe after passing through India.
Nicolás Fedor, better known as Miku, started in the world of football when he was four years old. From 1989 to 2001, he played in his school team, in Caracas. Then he started to train with the Youth of the Swedish Sports Society. The Venezuelan stood out during his stay in the Valencian capital and therefore he was offered to stay, unfortunately he couldn't because of his residence permit was being processed. At his 16, both Real Madrid and Valencia wanted him, and he did the tried both teams. Finally, he opted for the ché team. Due to his status as a foreigner, he could not play in any group of his age, so the bats gave him to CF Crack's, a school founded by former players. This is how he started his football stage. In addition, he passed through the ranks of Alcoyano, Salamanca, Gimnástic de Tarragona, Getafe and Celtic de Glasgow, among others, and, also, played 24 games and added six goals with the Venezuelan national team.
In the 2015 winter market, the striker arrived at Rayo Vallecano, from Al-Gharafa and signed for the remainder of the season and two more. Until April of that same year, Miku did not debut. He did it in the loss against Real Madrid 0-2, playing 26 minutes. That month, he scored his first goal with the strip against Almeria (2-0). In February 2016, he was awarded with the BBVA prize for the best player of the month in the League. The Venezuelan signed four decisive targets in the five games of February. He was the first player in the Vallecano club to score for five consecutive days, beating the former striker Hugo Sánchez. During his stay in Vallecas, he added a total of 43 crashes and 13 points.
After finalizing the contract, Miku signed for Bengaluru, where he won the Super Cup and Super League titles of India, in 2018 and 2019, respectively. In addition, he scored 20 goals in 32 games.
After two campaigns in the Indian team, this season he will play at the Omonoia Nicosia in Cyprus. Miku returns to a European team, after saying goodbye to Rayo in 2017, but has not wanted to do it without saying goodbye to his past club: "Time to say see you later, after two very beautiful years full of successes, four tournaments played, three finals and two championships. Many goals and emotions, a cultural journey and life lesson, that both me and my family will always carry in our hearts. " In addition, he was grateful to India and its people, and does not rule out returning in the future.