Man of the house


Sergi Ors plays his ex-colleagues at Marcet after being signed by CD Castellón.

Five years is a lifetime, especially in the word of football. Even more so when said lustrum coincides with the most important years of a player’s development. Sergi Ors knows this, having first arrived at Marcet at the age of 10 to leave just before coming of age. A time in his life he remembers dearly that came to an end on two high notes.

Sergi Ors walks out onto the pitch wearing his CD Castellón uniform for a match against Villarreal CF.

“The technicians at CD Castellón came to see me last year, on a visit to play at Marcet”, Sergi remembers. “They must have liked me, I ended up doing the preseason with them and they eventually signed me onto the team”. Good news that would soon amount to more in a question of weeks when the Left Winger was drafted for the Valencian Community’s team after four league rounds. A long time has passed since the day Sergi made an appearance in this video:

Towards the end of January, Sergi spent a memorable night in his new colours when visited by his ex-colleagues from Marcet. “I was really looking forward to this match, to seeing my old peers again after five years of living with them”. These past five years gave Sergi the opportunity to play teams like Atlético de Madrid, CA Osasuna, Getafe CF and Rayo Vallecano:

“At Marcet, I learned what it means to play as a team and made a lot of progress in terms of tactical football. I can feel the difference on the pitch”, explains Sergi. “In the beginning, I took part in an intensive course, then started going to Barcelona every weekend, until I chose to stay here permanently”.


His journey to the United States


Sergi Ors’ versatility and skill did not go unnoticed, which earned him a scholarship to play college football at West Virginia University and study Exercise Sciences. However, his breakthrough came while representing Texas United, from the USL League Two, the most important pre-professional league in the United States.

In the Dallas team, he was a key player in advancing to the Southern Conference Semifinals, scoring 13 goals to win the Golden Boot of the regular season. Without a doubt, winning the ‘Pichichi‘ award caught the attention of scouts, as he is in his senior year of college.

Ors won the Golden Boot in the USL League Two, representing Texas United, with 13 goals.

Sergi Ors has the qualities necessary to become a great footballer. With talent, hard work, and a little luck, he could achieve it.

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