2003–04 Atlético Madrid season

Atlético de Madrid
200304 season
Manager Gregorio Manzano
La Liga 7th
Copa del Rey Quarter-final
Top goalscorer Fernando Torres (19)

Atlético de Madrid firmly re-established itself in La Liga, thanks to a seventh-place finish. The season saw Fernando Torres taking another step towards superstardom, scoring 19 goals in the season during which he turned 20 years, which led to a call-up to the Spain national team for UEFA Euro 2004. The finish was still not enough to satisfy the owner family Gil, resulting in coach Gregorio Manzano unexpectedly getting the sack.







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