Official: Uche Agbo is new Deportivo player

first_imgAt 24 years and 1.85 meters high, he is a player with great physical deployment that serves as a containment midfielder. Despite his youth, he has already gone through LaLiga, Premier, Calcio, Belgium and this same campaign has played in the Portuguese league. In Spain he militated in Granada and Rayo Vallecano. In the Andalusian team it was where he had more prominence. After passing through the subsidiary, he played a total of 31 games in First in the 2016-17 season.Fernando Vázquez has already shown that he does not shake his hand when it comes to pulling the new signings, no matter how little they take in the dynamics of the team. The midfielder will be at your service tomorrow and has options to play against Albacete. Of course, as long as the club manages to exit one of its players, since at this time it already has 25 chips covered, so you can not register Agbo for now. I had been in To Coruña He had even visited the Sports City of Abegondo and witnessed two live matches in Riazor, but it was not until Tuesday when Uche Agbo has officially become Deportivo player. The Nigerian midfielder, who arrives on loan from him Standard of Liège, sign until the end of the season, but with an option for the extension of that loan.last_img read more

SOCCER: CAPPRY U12’S WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL

first_imgCAPPRY ROVERS NOTES  06/06/2016 CAPPRY LOTTO The numbers drawn in the Cappry lotto were 5, 12, 19, 21.There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the lucky €50 ticket was Molly Marley.Next weeks jackpot is €5300.Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win.CAPPRY ROVERS U12’s Cappry played in the Champions League Final last Friday evening in a sun soaked Leckview Park in Letterkenny. Their opponents on the day were Kilmacrennan Celtic and they set their stall from early on when they had 5 across the back line and were hoping to catch Cappry on the break. They were defending fairly well but they weren’t putting any pressure on the Cappry goal. Cappry eventually got the breakthrough in the 23rd minute when Andrew Murray created a moment of magic and scored a wonder goal that brought loud cheers from the big Cappry support who had travelled to cheer the lads along. Andrew was outside the corner of the 18yard box when the ball fell to him and he met the ball on the volley and rifled the ball over the keeper and into the far top corner of the goals. It was a class goal. This was a blow to Kilmacrennan and they were soon to find themselves 2 goals behind after Luke McGlynn drilled in a shot that the keeper could only parry and Kevin McCormick was in the right place to follow it up and head the ball over the line. At this stage there only seemed to be 1 winner. Cappry were always on top and they limited Kilmacrennan to 1 shot in the 1st half. Their work rate was phenomenal and they never let Kilmacrennan have any time on the ball. Just before halftime Oisin McGlinchey delivered yet another pinpoint corner which Luke McGlynn got on the end of and finished to the back of the net to leave the halftime score Cappry 3-0 Kilmacrennan.Cappry came back out in the 2nd half and continued with their high intensity game and had chance after chance to extend their lead. Midway through the 2nd half Mark Mbuli was put through in box and cleverly nicked the ball past the out rushing keeper and into the back of the net. Kilmacrennan had their best chance of the game when a cross was delivered from the right wing to the back post but unfortunately for Kilmacrennan it was slightly to high for their player who was coming in at the back post unmarked and he could only head wide. Cappry were not finished yet and Kevin McCormick scored a fine header into the bottom left hand corner following a fantastic delivery from Luke McGlynn who broke down the right and had the vision to see Kevin unmarked in the box. It was a very good finish that the keeper hadn’t a chance to save. Final score was 5-0. When the final whistle sounded the celebrations began. It was the prefect end to what has been an unbelievable season for these young lads. They went the whole season unbeaten in the league and won comfortably, they also won the U12 East Donegal Cup. Added to that they were also the champions of Ulster on their way to the last 32 in Ireland in the National Cup.It was a fine Quadruple to achieve. Well done to all the players who give great commitment all year. A massive well done also to the management team of Martin McMenamin, James “Shorty” Long and Kevin McCormick.In fact all the U12’s in our club have had a great season. We had 2 teams entered into the Reserve Division, the Cappry Colts and the Cappry Crusaders. The Crusaders were unbeaten in the League and were crowned winners and the Colts were runners up. The Colts and Crusaders were also up against each other in the Cup Final and in a very tight game which went to extra time the Colts emerged victorious, leaving both teams with a trophy each.CAPPRY ROVERS SPORTS DAY Our annual Cappry sports day was held today and we had to call a halt to proceedings after the 1st game of the Schools Football tournament due to thunder and lightning. The rest of this competition will take place next Saturday evening in Cappry Park and the results from the 1st games will stand.SOCCER: CAPPRY U12’S WIN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL was last modified: June 7th, 2016 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:CapprysoccerSportlast_img read more