The coach of Huesca believes that Pablo Insua is a high level center for Segunda and after taking care of him during the recovery of his injury in the cruciate ligament of his knee, he did not consider his departure opportune. In addition, the signing of another central would also require a certain period of acclimatization and the player assigned by Schalke has been assimilating the message of Míchel for several months. The Madrid coach convinced the sports management that his departure was counterproductive and managed to persuade the zagueror offering minutes in the second round of the championship and that long-awaited premiere arrived last Sunday at the Carlos Tartiere in Oviedo. Pablo Insua is living a lively market. The center was recovered from the injury that had left him last year in the dry dock and He felt the need to leave Huesca for minutes. The opportunity arose when Fernando Vázquez knocked on the door of the Galician central and the defender did not hesitate to give an affirmative answer to the one who was his supporter in professional football who asked him to return to Deportivo in order to save the team. The operation seemed on track and even Huesca asked about possible substitutes, but Míchel refused flatly. In addition, Huesca has a purchase option on the 26-year defense. Last August, the Oscenses managed to renew the cession of the footballer with Schalke and they showed that they bet strongly on the player by acquiring the possibility of seizing their rights at the end of this season. Insua is very grateful to the entity from Osca for the patience they have had with their injury and faces the second round with the illusion of earning a place in the axis of defense.Polished will play with maskJorge Pulido can start training normally this Wednesday despite suffering a fracture in the cheekbone. The player will use a custom mask from tomorrow which will protect the damaged area and can play this Saturday’s game against Lugo. The one who will not be able to play against the Galician team is Luisinho, who accumulated his tenth yellow card of the season and will leave his place to Javi Galán.
PEORIA, Ill. – In the shortened Bradley Invitational on Sunday, the Drake University women’s golf team finished in seventh place.The tournament was reduced from 54 holes to a 36-hole event after play was suspended on Saturday due to high winds.”We battled high winds all weekend and it made our misses very evident. We need to continue to hone our short games and dial in our ball striking,” Drake head coach Rachael Pruett said. “We’re back in competition soon and look forward to the chance to bounce back after a tough weekend.”The Bulldogs recorded a score of 663 (326-337) and were just a stroke behind sixth place Evansville, while host Bradley won its own event with a score of 614.Sophomore Madison Glennie led the team with a score of 157 (78-79) and finished tied for fifth, recording her seventh top-20 finish of the season. Freshman Grace Dunn recorded a total score of 165 (81-84), while fellow freshman Sophie Hill tallied a 167 (83-84). Freshman Adrianna Elliott and sophomore Brooke Miller each registered a 174 (84-90) to round out the Bulldogs’ effort.The Bulldogs return to the links on April 10 when they travel to Terre Haute, Ind. for the Indiana State Invitational. Print Friendly Version
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