The “Spanish” A-League australiana

The “Spanish” A-League australiana
Xavi Torres's shirt Perth Glory in the Australian A-League more "spanish" Photo: The Marina Plaza

In the globalized world in which we live and in recent years is normal to see as many English players coming out of Spain to make a living not only in championships such as the Premier level, la Bundesliga, the league 1 or Calcium, similarly to the League level but also in other lower-level leagues anywhere in the world. In this case we stop talking about the Australian A-League, riddled with Spanish footballers and last in the league.

In Australian football, particularly in the Perth Glory F. C, We are a tour players in the league as Xavi Torres (Málaga, Levante, Getafe, Betis and Sporting) Y Diego Castro (Sporting and Getafe). On the same team we meet another Spanish player. Andreu, who like Torres and Castro, He also played for Sporting in addition to Racing Santander, the subsidiary of Barcelona and extensive experience as roadrunners around the world playing in leagues in New Zealand, Poland, Greece and now in Australia where he is serving his second experience in the A-League where he was already in 2016 in the rows of Western Sydney Wanderers.

Militates in Adelaide United Isaiah Sanchez. The Catalan, of 30 years, faces his fifth season in Australian football. Sabadell footballer played in Badalona, Espanyol B and Ponferradina before starting an adventure in Australian football that led him to even ask and be close to receive Australian citizenship and could be available to play the World Cup with the team in Oceania.

But certainly the team more “Spanish” es el Western Sydney Wanderers. Up to four Spaniards, three players and a technical, They are part of the club. They are Raul Llorente and two old rockers League; Alvaro Cejudo and Oriol Riera, In addition to technical Andrés Carrasco.

Llorente played in Tenerife, Xerez, Deportivo Alavés, in the quarry of Atletico Madrid and the Greek Kalloni before leaving for Australia. Cejudo in Las Palmas, Betis and Osasuna. Oriol Riera played first with Osasuna and Deportivo La Coruna and Celta Second, Alcorcon and Cordoba, and a step by Wigan English and have also played in Second B with the subsidiary of Barcelona and Cultural Leonesa. No doubt a football globetrotter.

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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