Squad news


26 Jul 2012
Fabril´s Pablo Ínsua is the last player that has joined the pre-season stage with the first team; he arrived on Tuesday and will be training with Oltra’s senior squad, but he’s conscious that his natural place is at Depor B.

Pablo Ínsua was the last player that joined the trainings with the first team; the 18-year-old player was picked by Oltra as Aythami Artiles is the only available centre back after the injury problems of Ze Castro. He didn’t take part of the friendly match against Segunda outfit SD Ponferradina.

Before the game he talked to reporters at the press room of Abegondo; the defender only rested one week after winning with Spain the UEFA U-19 Euro tournament, but for him it was enough time, “I believe that the vacation period was enough. I was willing to join the team and train. For me it was enough with a week.”

Despite the problems with the centre backs, Ínsua is conscious that he won’t stay with the first team ahead of the new season, “For now I am coming in order to train at the top, to keep improving. The rest are external issues and it doesn’t affect me. Clearly the dream of any youngster is to debut with the first team and the sooner the better. It’s a dream.”

“But for now I am only thinking in training and keep improving; in demonstrating what I can give at the training camp and later we’ll see what happens. I’ll try to seize the pre-season, to learn from all the players that are here, because this should be a great experience in order to improve. I’ll play wherever they tell me to do it. If it’s at Fabril then I will be delighted.” He added

Finally, the Fabril’s defender explained his feeling after the recent conquer with Spain, “The moment when I lifted the cup is something I will never forget in my life. It was already a satisfaction to play a European tournament, and later we were crowned as the champions, so it was a big joy. It was tough to be part of the team, because only eighteen players were part of the group, but I was able to be there.”



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