Born in Barcelona in 1930, the midfielder played for FC Barcelona between 1950 and 1952
In the early hours of Friday 23 September, former Barça player Joaquim Tejedor Tresserras passed away. Born in Barcelona on 9 March 1930, Tejedor played for Barça between 1950 and 1952 after beginning his career with Sant Andreu.
He was a part of the famous ‘Barça of the Five Cups’ team along with the likes of Kubala, Ramallets, Basora and César. He made his debut for Barça in a league game against Deportivo La Coruña on 25 March 1951, a game the blaugranes won 2-0. He played a total of five games for the Club, scoring two goals. At Barça he was part of a squad that won a league championship and two Spanish Cups amongst other titles.