From the first day there was a fixed position. In the first four days he scored three goals that made him take gallons. Without a doubt he is in his best football season. At this point, he has five goals, his best record in Second. These goals have allowed to add six more points to the yellows. He has also intervened directly in two more goals, with two assists; and it is the third most shooting in Cádiz, with 41 shots; only behind Choco Lozano, with 49; and Álex, 43. For much of the season, Álvaro Cervera has demanded the need to sign a left winger. The coach, a lover of counterattack soccer and fast sideline players, has made it clear in more than one intervention that Cádiz would greatly improve with the addition of a left-handed winger, since the team does not have any player in this area; and if two right-handed (Salvi and Alejo). Despite the fact that this signing did not take place, Cervera placed Perea in this position, where it has had more than optimal performance. But if anything Perea is standing out this season, it is in the dribbles. In Cádiz no one overflows more than him. In the global, He is the fourth player in Second that dribbles the most (128) and fifth in successful dribbles (65). Both classifications are commanded by Enzo Lombardo, from Racing. To this we must add that He is the third player from Cádiz, who receives the most fouls, 47; surpassed only by Álex (66) and Alejo (50). As for the passes completed, it has a high success rate (81.6%). He has given 449 good out of 550 attempted.The ’10’ of Cádiz has been in the yellow team for three seasons. Last year he was transferred to Extremadura in the winter market, where he was a permanent and helped the Catalans achieve permanence. Perea, whenever he has had the opportunity, has declared his love for Cádiz. Two weeks ago he had a digital meeting with the yellow fans, in which he made his intention clear: “I hope I retire in Cádiz, but in the First Division.”
The future of soccer in Italy will be decided in the next 48 hours, with a Series A assembly that promises war and a videoconference between all the institutions of the sport king. The maximum transalpine championship continues to be split in half: there is a group of teams that wants to finish the course. They are Cagliari, Torino, Udinese, Sampdoria, Genoa, Spal and Brescia, who fear legal effects for taking the risk of continuing to play despite the COVID-19 emergency. In the meantime, all clubs are gearing up for a return to practice which should take place from May 4. The government is already analyzing the protocol drafted by the Federcalcio scientific committee, although Vincenzo Spadafora was not optimistic on the matter tonight. The sports minister, speaking in the ‘Tg2’, affirmed that at this moment he cannot take for sure “neither the beginning of the championship nor that of training from May 4, if before there are no security conditions for the whole country. ““We are going to value football proposals very carefully,” said Spadafora, “but that does not mean that resuming training will lead to recovering the postponed games.” The minister’s objective is to restart all sport and not only Series A: “I hope all the millions of Italians who ask me can return to physical exercise, not only footballers“
Adrián Dalmau, forward of FC Utrecht It has neither feet nor head because we are not all teams on equal terms. The anger I have is tremendous “ “PSV and Willem II will play the Europa League preview.” It is the phrase of the Eredivisie statement that has blown Utrecht. The KNVB (Royal Dutch Football Association) ended the football season in the Netherlands, giving Ajax, AZ, Feyenoord, PSV and Willem II the European positions. This leaves out FC Utrecht, which has one game less than Willem and, if it won, it would occupy fourth place because it has a better goalscoring. “It is what was being discussed, but the decision is unacceptable. He has neither head nor foot because we are not all teams on equal terms. It is crazy. The anger I have is tremendous”, tells this medium Adrián Dalmau, Spanish striker for FC Utrecht.“When I saw the statement, I couldn’t believe it. I have thought: ‘It is impossible for them to make this decision’. I was shocked because I considered it an impossible scenario. In what head can this injustice be committed? “Adds Dalmau, who not only had the Eredivisie route to access Europe:” We are in the Cup final -they had to play it on April 19 against Feyenoord- and it is like if I do not exist. They have canceled it after an impeccable trajectory -they eliminated Ajax in the semifinals- and it was another option we had to enter the Europa League. We could have rushed and disputed it in September. It is crazy that they do now as if the tournament did not exist“After learning of the Eredivisie’s decision, FC Utrecht released a statement in which it considered “unacceptable that the Cup be completely ignored.” Furthermore, the Galgenwaard entity condemned the KNVB “not to mention that we have played one game less than Willem II”. “The club is convinced that it deserves to enter Europe for sporting reasons. For reaching the Cup final and for the current classification of the Eredivisie.” “The president is not going to skimp on lawyers and he will go as far as necessary“reveals Dalmau, who believes that”we must go for what we consider ours and we have been unfairly taken away“ The Spanish forward formed in the quarries of Mallorca, Real Madrid or Villarreal believes that the decision of the Government of the Netherlands to ban any massive event until September 1 was “hasty”: “The country has a controlled contagion curve and few I do not understand how they could make such a drastic decision. I respect that they prioritize health and do not return the competition if they see that there is a risk, but the decision made today by the KNVB is crazy. ” “The more pressure we put in, the closer we will be to justice”Dalmau completes.A bizarre seasonThe KNVB’s decision to leave FC Utrecht out of Europe is nothing more than bad news for Adrián Dalmau in a season he considers “bizarre.” After scoring 19 goals with Heracles in the season of his Eredivisie debut, the Spaniard came as a true star to Utrecht, although injuries have only allowed him to play eight games this season. Dalmau, however, has scored four goals. “I have had many ups and downs and I have not finished having continuity, but whenever I have played I have been good and have been able to score. I was very excited for the final stretch of the season, for the Cup final … I thought we could get into Europe and suddenly this happens. It’s hard for me to live a strange year“sentence.