Javi López reaches 14 derbies and surpasses Pochettino

LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 6, 2020 The right back had not played since day 13 against Atletico, while only participated in the first seven days before. The arrival of Pablo Machín, who opted for Victor Gomez, he relegated him to the bench, but now with Abelardo Fernández You may have more opportunities. The Sevillian completed a remarkable game, very intense in defensive work and with some projection in attack. The thorn he still has is that he has not been able to win at Barcelona on the green, because in these 14 games Espanyol has only been able to add four draws and ten losses. In which it is presumed that it may be his last season at Espanyol (contract ends June 30 with 34 years)Javi López played on Saturday his fourteenth derby, another of the bites that the captain gives to his history with the blue and white club. Far is the record for Antonio Argilés, of 25, or reach Jose Maria or Raul Tamudo, who played 23 games, but Osuna has the privilege of having already surpassed Mauricio Pochettino, who played 13, and standing next to other historical figures of the club, such as Moisés Arteaga. Victor Sanchez, who could not play due to injury, also reached that figure last year. 16 For posterity, the image with which the derby of the 2013-14 season played in Cornellà, which ended up taking Barcelona 0-1. Javi Lopez the goalkeeper shirt had to be sheathed due to the expulsion of Kiko Casilla as Javier Aguirre I had already made all three changes. The Andalusian, who has played in multiple positions at Espanyol, is the eighth footballer with the most parakeet matches in Primera. If it has continuity with Abelardo, it could exceed Manuel Zuñiga, which accumulates 259. To do this, I should add 17 matches of the remaining 19. read more

DONEGAL ATHLETES COMPLETE DUBLIN HALF MARATHON WHICH WAS MARRED BY TRAGEDY

first_imgPaul Devine.Conor Gallagher.Conor Sharkey.Conal Creagh.Christy Murray.ATHLETICS: Donegal athletes completed the SSE Dublin half-marathon in Phoenix Park over the weekend – but the event was marred by tragedy.23 year-old John McHugh from Belvedere, Dublin collapsed and died during the race which took place on Saturday.The talented sportsman and artist had only recently graduated from NUI Maynooth with a First Class Honours in BSc Industrial and Product design. Sadly, despite the valiant efforts of the St John’s Ambulance Service who attended to Mr McHugh at the scene – he was then transferred to Connolly Hospital but was pronounced dead shorty after arrival.It is believed he suffered a ‘cardiac event’ close to the finishing line.The Donegal athletes pictured above completed the half-marathon and eagle eyed photographer Joe Boland was on hand to capture them in action.Conal Creagh, Christy Murray, Conor Gallagher, Conor Sharkey and Paul Devine all performed superbly at the event.   DONEGAL ATHLETES COMPLETE DUBLIN HALF MARATHON WHICH WAS MARRED BY TRAGEDY was last modified: September 21st, 2015 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:athleticsSportlast_img read more