The Ruben Pardo himself, who has already signed his contract with the Girondins and has visited the facilities of his new house, has fired with an emotional video disseminated through social networks. “The time has come to say ‘see you soon’, it’s not just a shirt, nor a shield, it’s more than that. It’s a feeling that cannot be explained. Thank you all, trainers, physical workers, utilleros and the press people, and all those who leave your throat at Anoeta on the weekend, or in any field where we go. the one of leaving transferred to the Girondins. It has been a difficult decision to make, but I am sure that our paths will cross again. I am and will always be of the Real“. Already it’s official, Ruben Pardo leaves Real Sociedad after 16 years in San Sebastian. He became a child with 12 years and march like a 28 year old man Very dear to the realistic fans. More than 200 games With the elastic txuri-urdin, I always leave the feeling that I had more football than I showed and that he played less than he deserved. He goes through the back door of undeserved form, but they are the things that this less and less romantic modern football has. his new destination will be the Girondins from Bordeaux, where he has signed until 2022, for two and a half seasons. Already in summer He was close to the French club. La Real has not put excessive difficulties on leaving the Riojan midfielder, who ended contract at the end of the present campaign. I know free march, without leaving a euro in the realistic coffers, although the San Sebastian club reserves a percentage (30%) of a future transfer to another entity, and will also have a right of first refusal when the French team receives an offer and wants to sell it. Born in Rincon de Soto (La Rioja), he was always considered one of the players with more projection from Zubieta, where he arrived with only 12 years. The Royal rejected a ten million offer for him when he was a cadet and was the first player to put on anti-athletic clause in his first renovation when he was already a first team player. All that, together with its enormous quality although somewhat intermittent, earned him the Sweetheart from the Anoeta tier. The club has announced its departure from the Royal through a school statementor, but sense. “The Real Sociedad has reached an agreement for the transfer of player Rubén Pardo to FC Girondins de Bordeaux. From these lines, on behalf of the entire Txuri Urdin family, we want to thank Rubén Pardo for the commitment and pride shown in these 16 years in which he has belonged to the realistic club. Thank you for defending our colors and for the professionalism demonstrated during this stage. Eskerrik asko, Rubén“.
Illies Celtic made swift work of Lagan Harps to collect the Ulster Senior Women’s Cup this evening at Dry Arch Park.Illies Celtic 7 Lagan Harps 1The North West Women’s Super League champions, who have blitzed all before them in the League this season, eased to victory after taking some time to break the resistance of a stubborn Lagan, who were unfortunate to be 3-1 behind at half-time. Paula McGrory’s hat-trick helped John Doherty’s team on their way to a second piece of silverware in four days – after they were officially presented with the League crown on Thursday following a 6-1 win over Bonagee United.Michelle McDaid and Kirsty Downey bagged a brace apiece too as the Inishowen side coasted.Illies captain Teresa Coyle is presented with the Ulster Cup by Dessie KellyIn the evening sun, it was Bonagee who started the brighter and Bríd McGinty’s team might well have been ahead long before they found themselves behind in the 20th minute.Amy Boyd shot too high in the early exchanges before Illies ‘keeper Aoife McColgan got in behind to cut out the advances of the pacy Nakita Burke, with Laura Gallagher lurking with intent. McColgan denied Burke again with a fine save, but Illies turned the tables with their first attack.McGrory, from the right corner of the penalty box, eyed up the target and a cross-cum-shot flew beyond Deirde McDaid and into the side of the Lagan net for the opening goal.Illies had found their mojo and it took a good block to prevent Downey from adding to the lead after McGrory sped away.But they doubled the advantage when McGrory forced home in a goal-mouth scramble.And with Lagan still counting their misfortune Illies broke with deadly intent and McDaid superbly tucked home number three. Lagan were given a lifeline four minutes before half-time when Zoe Green’s ball from the left wing deceived McColgan and nestled in the onion bag.McDaid and Alison McGonagle tested ‘keeper McDaid, but Illies put the game beyond doubt when McGrory and Downey turned home in quick succession early in the second half.Illies were on a mission and Downey netted from long range before McGonagle got in on the act with a well-worked seventh.McGrory might’ve made the ordeal even greater and wasn’t far away with a fine attempt with the clock running down. Illies Celtic: Aoife McColgan; Claire Doherty, Teresa Coyle, Aisling Gillespie; Deirdre Grant, Kirsty Downey, Alana Doherty, Alison McGonagle, Caroline Gallagher; Michelle McDaid, Paula McGrory. Subs used: Louise Devlin, Kerrie Kelly, Paula O’Donnell, Chloe Kildea, Mary McKinney.Lagan Harps: Deirdre McDaid, Eimear McClafferty, Chantel Kelly, Aine Deasley, Zoe Green; Amy Boyd, Danielle McDevitt, Nadine Crawford, Amanda Callaghan; Laura Gallagher, Nakita Burke. Subs used: Annette Pearson, Casey Barrett.Referee: Con McLaughlin.Illies in seventh heaven after emphatic Ulster Cup final win was last modified: September 3rd, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)