“Elche will have a hard time in La Constitución”

first_imgThree former players of Elche will live in a special way the cupper duel this Saturday. Three soccer players who enjoy the present at Yeclano Deportivo, great revelation of Group IV of the Second Division B, and that in the past they dreamed of becoming big in the team they will now try to knock down in La Constitución this next weekend. The Argentinian Pablo Nicolás Vivanco, 30 years old, has been doing new courses left by the ilicitano club, where very young he began to stand out as a defensive midfielder from the hand of Alberto Capón, although he did not finish breaking the roof of the first team. From there it went through Imperial Murcia, Xàtiva Olympic, Orihuela, Eldense, Mérida and during the last four years in the Yeclano Deportivo. He has lived the entire 14-month streak without losing in The Constitution: “The key is in our hobby, which is of another level; and of this coach (Sandroni), who has made a team tailored to this field ”.For its part, the Alicante Hector Camps, of the same generation as Vivanco, was trained in Alicante and Carolinas before signing for Elche, in his last year as a youth. He was two years in the Ilicitano, also with Capón, and became in the first team with Claudio, with whom he made the preseason, and Bordalás, who although he quoted him in the last two League matches never gave him the option to debut . From there, a long pilgrimage through Alicante, Alcoyano, Muro, Ontinyent, La Nucia, Talavera, Gavá, Badalona and Cornellà. Now he is in Yeclano and agrees in a firm message with his teammates: “Elche will have a hard time in La Constitución.” The central Fran Martínez, the midfielder Pablo Vivanco and the side Héctor Camps were three Elche youth players who stayed at the gates of making the jump to the first team. The first of them, at 27, was the last to leave the ilicitana ship. It was last season, in his second stage as a junior. Before it was six seasons in the quarry, with two assignments to La Nucia Y San Fernando; half a year in the Swiss Oberwallis Naters FC and another six months in the subsidiary to help you achieve the goal of permanence.last_img read more

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