A former player and coach of Real Zaragoza, Luis Belló has passed away on Sunday 3rd of October 2021. Luis passed away at the age of 92.
The cause of his death has not been released to the public yet.
Luis Belló was born in Cieza, Murcia in 1929, he came to the Zaragoza bench to replace the Catalan Antonio Ramallets, who in his time as a player defended the goal of FC Barcelona.
Belló won the first two titles in the history of Real Zaragoza, both in 1964, the international and now-defunct Copa de Ferias and what was his first Spanish Cup then called the Copa del Generalísimo.
His former team Real Zaragoza has expressed its deep regret for the death of one of the great illustrious and referents of its history and has conveyed its deepest condolences to Luis Belló’s family and friends on the internet.
Condolencias por el fallecimiento de Luis Belló https://t.co/0LdicvDhqg
— Real Zaragoza 🦁🤍💙 (@RealZaragoza) October 3, 2021
Alexander Granko Arteaga took to Twitter to mourn the passing of Luis,
“Luis Belló dies, with whom Real Zaragoza won their first titles”
— Alexander Granko Arteaga (@granko_arteaga) October 4, 2021