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Inigo Calderon has established himself as first choice right back at Brighton & Hove Albion since arriving at the Sussex club in January 2010. Inigo missed just a couple of games in 2010-11, producing some consistent performances which earned him a place in the PFA League One team of the season. He captained the team on a number of occasions and proved his worth both as a defender and as a goalscorer, contributing some vital strikes during the campaign. Inigo began his career in his native Spain appearing for Alicante and Deportivo Alaves before his move to England.
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