Antonio Calpe Hernández was born on 4 February 1940, died on 7th April 2021.
He is a Spanish retired professional footballer who played as a defender. He is best known for being a Real Madrid and Levante player.
Born in Valencia, Spain, Calpe started playing professionally with local Levante UD, competing from 1963 to 1965 in La Liga.
In the 1965 summer, he joined Real Madrid, being part of the squads during their Yé-yé era and winning five major trophies, including three national championships and the 1966 edition of the European Cup.
He appeared in 12 games in the latter competition for the team during his stint.
In 1971, Calpe returned to his previous club, playing the vast majority of his second spell in Tercera División. The only exception to this occurred in the 1973–74 season, spent in Segunda División.
He retired from the game in June 1975.
Calpe was one of three managers for Levante in 1981–82, as the second level campaign eventually ended in relegation.
CAUSE OF DEATH
Calpe has died at the age of 81 years. The cause as to his death is a question of major speculation concerning his old age.
WIFE AND CHILDREN
Calpe’s family life is a mystery, but we will update if new information comes to light.
Calpe’s net worth at the time of his death is valued at an estimated net worth of around $1-$5 million.