After a stint in the MLS, Grana returns to the club that saw him debut (and triumph) in Primera División.
Hernán Grana, former Boca Juniors player, has agreed to return to the Nacional B tournament to play for the team that saw him rise to the heights of Argentine football: Floresta’s All Boys.
The 30 year old defender, who had played this season for the MLS Leading’ side Columbus Crew, will be returning to a Florest side that is in the midst of a process of change after some of the leading players will be retiring (such as Fernando Sanchez or Nicolás Cambiasso) or leaving the club managed by idol José “Pepe” Romero, who, rather than looking up to the championship title race, is looking to keep All Boys afloat in the Nacional B.
Grana, throughout his career, has played for Platense (Primera B Metropolitana), All Boys (Primera División), Lanús (Primera B Metropolitana), Los Andes (Nacional B), Quilmes (Primera División), Belgrano (Primera División), Boca Juniors (Primera División) and Columbus Crew (MLS).
Featured photo courtesy of Prensa Oficial Club All Boys
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