Jorge Padilla: “Marking in the Heliodoro was complete madness”

first_imgThis is a special campaign for him since he achieved the desire of every footballer: to debut in professional football. He did it by the hand of Rubén Baraja in the defeat against Málaga at La Rosaleda. Since then he has participated in seven games (five in the League and two in the Cup) achieving two goals. “My main goal was to make my debut in the first team, I only think about contributing everything I can to the club. Marking at Heliodoro Rodríguez was complete madness, I felt very happy. You dream of it since childhood and when it happens it is incomparable ”, he described. Confined to his native Fuerteventura until this situation passes, Jorge Padilla decided to palliate his free time by answering questions from Tenerife fans in his Instagram account. The youth squad was sincere and discovered many of his feelings. “It is incredible to be with such high-quality players,” he commented at another point in his ‘post’. “For me, Nahuel Leiva, Luis Milla and Javi Muñoz seem to me to be three of the best footballers with whom I have shared costumes “he listed.Jorge is clear about his future: “I do not doubt that he can be a First Division player, if he did not aspire to more he would not be here,” said the boy. And when asked about the last non-summons, the Majorero replied that “it does not depend on me, they are technical decisions and I must think about working to the maximum every day,” he said. The attacker, in recent weeks has played more games with the subsidiary, although it continues to exercise with the first team.Jorge was one of the four youth squads who have participated this season with the first team, having a prominent role in the most difficult moment. In addition to the striker, midfielders Javi Alonso (11 games), Álex Cruz (10 minutes) and winger Elliot Gómez (11 games) have played.ANDhe canterano is in his native Fuerteventura from where he answered questions on his Instagram to Tenerife fanslast_img read more

The Pact of Viana puts Irene Lozano at the gates of Moncloa

first_imgGonzález Laya. The Minister of Foreign was the hostess of the Viana Pact, since he was present at the meeting they had Javier Thebes and Luis Rubiales with Irene Lozano. Arancha González Laya He made available to his guests the facilities of his private residence, within the Viana Palace itself, including his cook and a waiter who prepared and served the negotiators’ lunch. González Laya was the first to congratulate the three for the truce of soccer. But there are other discreet people who made it possible. And there are also other consequences of the pact that have not yet emerged. Let’s go over them.Arístegui. Joaquín de Arístegui teamed up with Irene Lozano in ‘Global Spain’. His key role in the Viana Pact was forged when he served as consul in Beijing. In that destiny he made friends with Thebes, and for that reason the president of The league He went to the appointment without an agenda and without knowing until the end the place of the meeting. He relies on Arístegui, a brilliant diplomatic dwarf of the pact. Irene Lozano wanted secrecy, regardless of whether or not her advisor in the matter is aware of Mr. Var’s insight. Maybe on your recent visit to CNI her friend Stephen Peace It will guarantee that the headquarters of Exteriors is a clean point, or maybe the choice was from Arístegui, a neighbor of The Jeronimos, that every day walks his dog next to the Palacio de Viana. Uribes. José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes is the minister of Culture and Sport, building that also has its headquarters in the radius of action of the dog of Arístegui, and it is supposed that it is also a safe place. Uribes, a good Real Madrid player, must admire Arístegui if only for the eagerness he put into incorporating the Barca to the Spain brand. Uribes is subordinate to Irene Lozano, who was recommended to her by Pedro Sánchez. It is commented in the corridors of her ministry that she could lose her due to her media merits in the Pact of Viana, since Irene Lozano is placed as a candidate to occupy the Secretary of State for Communication.Soriano. Mariano Soriano is the CEO of the CSD. Perhaps the Pact of Viana caught him in the Ministry of Culture and Sports, because surprisingly he didn’t find out. With LaLiga money, the sport is rescued. The same Javier Tebas returns soon to Board of Directors of Council. Or maybe not. It does not matter: the one who pays, commands.last_img read more

ST. MICHAELS DELIVER OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE TO POWER PAST BUNDORAN

first_imgColm McFadden netted two goals against Bundoran this evening in their opening fixture of the Donegal SFC.St Michaels were in devastating form this evening in their Donegal SFC clash with Bundoran.St Michaels ran out convincing winners on a comprehensive score-line of 4-10 to 0-06.Goals in either half from Colm McFadden ensured a comfortable win for Tony Wilkinson’s side. Christy Toye and Michael Langan were the other goal scorers for St Michael’s who delivered an accomplished performance in difficult conditions at The Bridge.The score-line would suggest St. Michaels had it all their own way, but in truth the first-half was a closely fought game.Bundoran had the advantage of the breeze, but in truth were unable to take advantage of it and only posted four first-half points.St. Michaels also found scores hard to come by in the opening period, but a penalty from Colm McFadden and great team move involving Martin McElhinney, Ciaran Gallagher and Oisin Langan was finished off brilliantly by Michael Langan. Those goals ensured St Michaels led 2-01 to 0-04 at the interval.In the second-half St. Michaels were absolutely clinical and ruthless in their play, and outscored Bundoran 2-09 to 0-02.St. Michaels were fantastic in the second-half, and with players from both Kilcar and Glenswilly in attendance at the game, St. Michaels have certainly gave them food for thought ahead of their forthcoming clashes with both teams in the next couple of weeks.    ST. MICHAELS DELIVER OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE TO POWER PAST BUNDORAN was last modified: September 27th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bundoranDonegal SFCnewsSportSt Michaelslast_img read more