Atletico Madrid fans call for 'Luis Aragones' stadium

A group of Atletico Madrid supporters reportedly call for the club's new stadium to be named after club legend Luis Aragones, who passed away at the weekend.

Atletico Madrid supporters have reportedly called for the club's new stadium to be named after club legend Luis Aragones, who passed away at the weekend.

The former Spain boss represented Atletico between 1964 and 1974 and also managed the capital outfit on four separate occasions.

According to Marca, a group of Atletico supporters have called for their new stadium to be named after Aragones, although it is unclear whether the La Liga side are considering the possibility.

Aragones led Spain to their first major trophy in 44 years with victory at the 2008 European Championships.

Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin celebrates with teammates after scoring the opening goal against Valencia during their Copa del Rey match on January 14, 2014
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