He Seville awaits he end of this confinement by coronavirus to try renew the contract of Pablo Pérez, youthful side who trains under the orders of Julen Lopetegui for a while now and it’s one of the great quarry pearls Nervionense. Pablo, international U19, contract ends in June 2021 and have one termination clause affordable for some important clubs in Europe, who already think about paying it and who have touched the agency that represents the footballer, Implica-T.Manchester City, Ajax Amsterdam and the scout army of the empire Red Bull (Leipzig, Salzburg and New York) they have been following Pablo Pérez for months. He Seville went ahead in its day Betis and Valencia to sign him, and Monchi strives to maintain you and raise the clause of rescission so that they do not take it to blow of checkbook. The position he occupies is also important in Nervión: Sergio Reguilón is on loan by Real Madri and it is not known if he will continue at Sánchez Pizjuán and Sergio Escudero, with one more year of contract yet, comes leaving many doubts in his last performances, so it is possible that he will come out next summer. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 30, 2020 Lopetegui has shuffled make the footballer debut this same season. In fact, I take him in the call for the game against Getafe. It’s curious, but Basque coach has no fixed training with the first team to no footballer of the branch, Sevilla Atlético, but yes happens with Pablo, which belongs to Youth Honor Division. Precisely, in that same group, another of the great promises of the Nervona quarry, the Jerez playmaker Antonio Zarzana, celebrated these days for having offered through social networks to help anyone who was starving during this coronavirus pandemic.
The Drake University women’s golf team is in the final few days of its Drake J-Term travel seminar, Chile and the Global Economy, which is taking place at Universidad de los Andes in Santiago, Chile and has spent the last week and a half taking full advantage of this cultural immersion opportunity.Bulldog fans can see what the team has experienced and follow them on the last few day on Instagram searching the hashtag #ChileDawgs and on Twitter: Gracias Gustavo and Sport Frances for letting us play today! #ChileDawgs #SportFrances #ChileGolf #DrakeWGolf pic.twitter.com/f74PGs0Dp3— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 11, 2018 Hiked up San Cristobal this morning! #beautiful #chiledawgs #DrakeWGolf pic.twitter.com/znc2Anlfsv— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 10, 2018 Happy birthday flash mob dance for Maddie!! #22 #ChileDawgs #DrakeWGolf pic.twitter.com/YrG8VgIaVB— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 10, 2018 Thank you Valle Escondido! We enjoyed playing on Friday and look forward to returning this week. #ChileDawgs pic.twitter.com/wQmbtTly0b— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 14, 2018 Gotta know that exact number #ChileDawgs #500followers #questto1000 pic.twitter.com/Ue7s6EkTmx— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 15, 2018 We had a great time at the traditional Chilean lunch yesterday! Tomorrow is our last day of class ?? #ChileDawgs #Tripofalifetime #DrakeWGolf #StrongerTogether #BeBlue pic.twitter.com/l2ow0XLgAv— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 18, 2018 This hole was a little tight off the tee. #ChileDawgs #DrakeWGolf pic.twitter.com/S3IlgfVr5D— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 14, 2018 Thank you Prof. Juan Nagal for sharing your insights about where Latin America is going! #ChileDawgs #DrakeWGolf #UANDES pic.twitter.com/iu9sftPPxB— Drake Women’s Golf (@DrakeWGolf) January 9, 2018Print Friendly Version