jueves, 16 de septiembre de 2010

El industrial en "The sun"

El Industrial está de moda y sale en la prensa amarilla inglesa "The Sun".

Aquí os dejo el artículo para los que sabéis algo de Inglés y destaco en negrita frases que me han hecho mucha gracia como por ejemplo que juega en frente de 8000 personas en el  "Stadium of Youth" jajaja

A SPANISH football team has been dubbed Los Ingleses after signing six British players.

The professional side has also added two Irishmen to its books — meaning a third of the squad comes from the British Isles.
The eight young signings have played for the likes of Manchester United, Millwall, and Bolton Wanderers.
Their new side Jerez Industrial, who play in Spain's third division, now have more Brits in their first team squad than Arsenal.


They have all been through Glenn Hoddle's Football Academy, based in southern Spain, which helps players who have been rejected by clubs to kick-start their professional careers.
The 52-year-old former England player and manager, regarded by many as the most gifted English footballer of his generation, said: "These lads have all worked very hard to achieve their goals.
"I have made it clear to them that the hard work really starts now. We've given them the opportunity and now it's down to them to take it.
"This is exactly what we are working to achieve and to have this level of success already, really does prove that my initial concept of giving these lads more time to develop really can work and change their lives completely."
Industrial play in front of a home crowd of 8,000 at the Stadium of Youth in the city of Jerez, in the province of Cadiz in south west Spain.
The Brits and Irish all signed a few weeks ago and are taking Spanish lessons. The squad is now made up of 14 Spaniards, six Brits, two Irish and one Senegalese.
Striker Chris Fagan, 20, spent two years with Manchester United and has played for the Republic of Ireland's under 21s. He is on loan at Industrial from Lincoln City.
He scored two goals on his debut and said: "I learned a lot from Sir Alex Ferguson, but I've also made a lot of progress to my game with Glenn Hoddle. We've got a good team.
"I am here for footballing reasons."
Striker Nick Beasant, 23, is the son of legendary goalkeeper Dave Beasant, who is now the goalkeeping coach at Hoddle's Academy.
He said: "I don't feel any pressure about who my dad is, because I have come to train and to show I have a place. At the end of the day it's up to me to demonstrate if I'm worth it, not my father."

Midfielder Curtley Williams, 20, formerly of Ipswich Town, said: "We have a great group of players and a great team spirit."
Defender Pierre Hall, 20, formerly of Fulham FC, said: "The football is more technical here in Spain, you have to be more aware of how to read the game. English football is more physical."
Midfielder David Cowley, 22, previously of West Ham United, said: "If we play good football I feel we can beat any team in the league."
The other signings are left back Michael Noone, 21, previously of Millwall and the Republic of Ireland Under 17s, Midfielder Matthew Richards, 21, formerly of Wycombe Wanders, and striker Nathan Woolfe, 22, of Bolton Wanderers.
Noone, Fagan, Cowley and Woolfe all featured in the team's 2-1 league victory over Marbella two weeks ago, and Woolfe scored a vital goal.
Woolfe scored again as the team lost 4-1 to Granada FC on Sunday.
The Glenn Hoddle Academy opened in June 2008 at Montecastillo in Jerez, to train players who have been told they are not good enough for professional contracts.

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