Five contracts in a week. Real Ciencias de Sevilla does not want to stay with honey on its lips, like last seasonwhen he tasted all the titles without finally being able to choose them and brace himself well for what is now coming to him.
Sevillian team Thursday announced the signing of Antonio GarciaOn the fifth of summer, the versatile 22-year-old three-quarters trained in Seville and played in the Honor Division with teams from Valladolid and Silverstorm El Salvador, and last season, at VRAC Quesos Entrepinares.
One day before doing the same thing with striker from Vigo Marcos Muniz, A versatile pillar who can push both sides of the scrum and who comes from Rugby Barcelona, where he has played for the past five seasons. Muñiz is 31 and measures 1.80m tall and reaches to put his 120kg weight in service of the scientific package grabbing stages.
Flag brings back Jaime Borondo
On Tuesday of this week he did the same with Under-20 international striker Jaime Burundo, a second line who trained at Club Amigos de Sevilla and who played last season with US Carcassonne in ProD2, the French second division. Burundo, who is currently in Kenya with the squad that will play there in the second category of the U-20 World Cup, is a nearly two-meter tall player who adds to his logical proficiency in the air with great passing ability and performance. Very good at pick up points.
On Monday, the week began with the announcement of the appointment Third line Michael Hough, a Spanish international who “knows La Liga well” and “will bring experience and strength with his great physical strength and mastery of communication”. He was born in Bristol (England), came to Spain at a young age, and after training at Marbella School, accumulated nine seasons in the Honorary Division, in Complutense Cisneros and FC Barcelona.
Sebastian Bard, test “Puma” in Spain
These four joined the show that was introduced last week, the media Opening of the Argentine poet Sebastian, An experienced 30-year-old player who comes from the US-Bressani of the French ProD2 team, the second tier of French rugby, and was a full international with the Pumas. He was part of the Pumas team that won the 2013 South American Championship.
with these reinforcements The team that Manu Sobrino will coach this year He is hoping to fight for the league championship and the King’s Cup which have been against him since the 1990s and which he was so close to last season.
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