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


first_imgSOCCER: Shane Byrne has got his managerial reign off to a flyer as manager of the LYIT Men’s Soccer team with a stunning 3-0 win away to NUIG.Byrne masterminded an excellent away victory against NUIG earlier this afternoon in Galway. Goals from Daire McDaid, Kevin Doran and Paul McVeigh ensured the LYIT side took all three points.It could’ve been different for LYIT had it not been for the inspired efforts of goalkeeper Peter Burke.Burke who plies his trade in the Irish League with Cliftonville FC produced a sensational point-blank save after just one minute.He made a couple of another important saves before Daire McDaid opened the scoring after a fine run and finish. Then Kevin Doran scored directly from a corner to put LYIT two up – although the NUIG goalkeeper didn’t cover himself in any glory.LYIT were comfortable and completely dominated the game and they extinguished any hopes NUIG had of getting back into the game when Paul McVeigh finished neatly after a lovely through ball from Anthony Appiah.McVeigh told Donegal Daily, “We’re delighted with the result and it was a fantastic performance from us.“NUIG are always a difficult opponent, and only for a world class save from Peter Burke we should have been one down after just a few minutes.“That save was a big turning point, but once we got the first goal, we looked in total control and we fully deserved all three points.“It was a great team performance and everybody played well and worked hard. “We spoke before the match about working hard and we said we’d leave it in the tank!Shane Byrne will be delighted with his opening day win and next up for LYIT is a trip to Dundalk next Tuesday.LYIT team that played NUIG:Peter Burke, Liam Doherty, Peter Doherty, Ross Coughlan, Fergal Harkin, Daire McDaid, Darren Gallagher, Ryan Connolly, Kevin Doran, Anthony Appiah, Paul McVeigh.SOCCER: LYIT GET OFF TO A FLYER WITH SUPER WIN OVER NUIG was last modified: October 7th, 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:LYITnewssoccerSportlast_img read more