Raúl does not summon Rodrygo

first_imgIn front of Sanse, Rodrygo played Cicerone of his countryman Reinier, who debuted with the subsidiary, scored 2-0 and left on the way out after the goal to see the second yellow to understand the referee who faced the visiting goalkeeper, Xabi Irureta, in celebration of the goal. The penalty match that led to that penalty prevented him from playing last weekend with Castilla in Pontevedra and the Classic. Nor was he called for the Champions League game against Manchester City.Tomorrow I could re-enter the call for a League match six days later. The last occasion was against Valladolid on January 26. In Pucela he played the 90 minutes, the last ones he has added in First after 14 consecutive games called of which he was only unpublished in 11. “He will have the same role. Sometimes he will be out and sometimes he will be inside because there are 25 players, “Zidane said in the Classic’s preview of his plans with Rodrygo.Who will be on the list will be Reinier in a match in which Castilla will continue to squeeze his options to reach the playoff. The subsidiary is ranked eighth in Group I with 37 points, seven points from the fourth, the Peña Deportiva. The Coruxo is fifth with 41 leading the squad of applicants to unhook the team from Santa Fe from the last position that grants a ticket for the promotion phase.Raúl call for Castilla-CoruxoGoalkeepers: Altube and Lucas.Defenses: Sergio López, Fran García, Chust, Guillem, Javi Hernández and Gila.Midfielders: Martín, Ayoub, Fidalgo, Bravo, Blanco, Reinier, Marvin and Baeza.Forwards: Marc Gual and Pablo. Rodrygo has the door open to return this weekend to a list of Zidane. The regulation would not have prevented him from playing with Castilla and traveling on Sunday with the first team to Seville to face Betis. But once your penalty is completed, Raúl has not summoned him for the subsidiary’s commitment to Coruxo (Saturday 7, 19:00, Real Madrid TV) leaving the possibility of receiving the call of the French technician again. Zidane does not have the Brazilian, whose orders he has trained all this week, since last February 6, when he played the last 14 minutes of the Cup match against Real Sociedad. Given his absence in the previous three league games with the first team (Atlético, Osasuna and Celta), the weekend of Levante Raúl recovered five months later for Castilla.last_img read more


first_imgPARTS of Co Donegal are still British, it has been confirmed.The Crown Estate, the agency which manages British Government property, is insisting that it owns the Donegal side of Lough Foyle – right up to the high tide mark.And the organisation is threatening legal action if Donegal County Council goes ahead with plans to put a 300-metre sewage outflow pipe into the lough. So that means a 23-year battle between the council and local residents over the sewage pipe could be at an end – and could force the council to back to a proposal from 18 years ago to locate the sewage treatment plant and pipe beside the Atlantic.Garda sources have also confirmed that officers stationed in Inishowen are warned that their jurisdiction ends at the foreshore.Enda Craig from the Campaign for a Clean Estuary group which opposes the outflow pipe told Donegal Daily: “People in Moville and Greencastle have known about this territorial claim for years.“It’s not something that is a big issue really, except of course that the claim will prevent the sewage pipe proposals from going ahead and that is very good news for everyone. “We always felt that pumping treated sewage into the Lough Foyle estuary would be an environmental disaster; especially as there is provision for untreated sewage to go in during flooding periods.”The group recently spent four days in court challenging a decision by planners to give the scheme the go-ahead – agains the advice of its own officials.But now the Crown Estate has told the Irish government at meetings that it still owns the entire lough, the seabed and the foreshore on the Donegal side of the Border.     OFFICIAL! PARTS OF DONEGAL ARE ‘STILL PART OF THE UK’ was last modified: April 2nd, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:OFFICIAL! PARTS OF DONEGAL ARE ‘STILL PART OF THE UK’last_img read more