Jesús Antonio Mora Nieto (born 24 January 1978), known as Jesuli, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a winger.
He amassed La Liga totals of 184 games and 28 goals over the course of nine seasons, representing in the competition Sevilla, Celta and Real Sociedad.
Jesuli was born in Seville. After making his professional debuts with hometown's Sevilla FC, playing one game in the closing stages of the 1996–97 season (a 3–1 home win over RCD Espanyol), with the Andalusia side ultimately being relegated from La Liga, the skilled player alternated between the A and B-sides before being definitely promoted for the 1998–99 campaign, which ended in a return to the top level.
Signing in the 2000 summer transfer window, Jesuli would serve his most successful stint at Celta de Vigo, scoring seven league goals in his third year as the Galician team qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time ever. That earned him a return move to his first club, which coincided which Celta's 2004 relegation.〔(Caparrós insiste para que Del Nido traiga a Jesuli (Caparrós insists that Del Nido bring Jesuli) ); Diario AS, 22 July 2004 〕
In his second spell at Sevilla, Jesuli appeared sporadically: he was restricted to Copa del Rey matches in 2006–07 and not registered at all – alongside teammate Fernando Sales – in the following season, while also hampered by several injuries.〔(Jesuli setback for Sevilla ); UEFA.com, 13 January 2005〕〔(Jesuli sidelined for Sevilla ); UEFA.com, 19 September 2005〕
In January 2008, Jesuli was loaned to Segunda División team CD Tenerife for the rest of the campaign, where he would also feature sparingly. Having subsequently returned to Sevilla he was left to train with the reserves, as he was not part of coach Manuel Jiménez's plans.
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