Omeruo’s coach at Leganes not expecting favours from Real Madrid

first_img Read Also: Nwakali’s Huesca gain promotion back to La Liga The Mexican went on to say how proud he has been of his players all season, grinding out results in the most difficult of circumstances and battling against the odds. Aguirre explained: “If you see the players who played in Bilbao, most of them were not there when we arrived. And we have risked our lives with them on the pitch, I loved that they showed their faces and that fills you with pride.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes Kenneth Omeruo’s coach at Leganes Javier Aguirre does not believe Real Madrid will take their final day clash lightly despite having already secured the title in La Liga. Lega must defeat Los Blancos on the final day of the season and hope Celta Vigo – whom they trail by one point in the standings – do not win away at basement side Espanyol, who have already been relegated. Aguirre was appointed at the Madrid-based club in November with the club at the foot of La Liga and despite an initial upturn in results, has had to deal with an increasingly challenging situation. In January, star forward Youssef En-Nesyri was sold to Sevilla and the following month the club were powerless to stop their other main striking option Martin Braithwaite joining Barcelona in an ‘emergency’ transfer when his release clause was activated. Leganes have collected 10 points in their last four games – in which they have not conceded a goal – to give themselves a real chance of avoiding the drop, but still require a minor miracle on the final day as Madrid have won all 10 of their matches since Spanish football resumed last month.center_img Loading… “We are going to try, like always,” Aguirre said, as cited by Marca. “The other result does not depend on us and we cannot ask anyone for anything if we do not succeed ourselves. Humility is what defines this team. “Madrid are an incredible team. They have the winning gene, they have multiples challenges during this game, like Benzema winning the Pichichi (top scorer award), they don’t relax at all. I look forward to Madrid as always, to facing the best Madrid.”last_img read more

Becky leads 10 players into national final

first_img Staffordshire golfer Becky Wyatt led 10 qualifiers from the Midlands North region into England Golf’s Grand Medal Final.Becky, from Penn Golf Club, played two under her handicap with a net score of 70 to win the regional qualifier at Rothley Park in Leicestershire.The other qualifiers include 12-year-old Hannah Golding, from Brocton Hall in Staffordshire, who came third – and is the youngest player in the country to reach the Grand Medal Final. She was playing off 19 handicap and returned a net score of one-under 71.The 10 qualifiers for the Grand Medal Final to find England’s top woman handicap golfer, are: Becky Wyatt (Penn, Staffordshire), Kelly Morley (Astbury, Cheshire), Hannah Golding (Brocton Hall, Staffordshire), Laura  Morrison (Garforth, Yorkshire), Holly Langford (Perton Park, Staffordshire), Barbara Suffolk (Lingdale, Leicestershire), Wendy Kerry (Ruddington Grange, Nottinghamshire), Judi Downward (Belton Woods, Lincolnshire), Tracy Lane (Staverton Park, Northamptonshire) and Emma Sirrell (Bridgnorth, ShropshireThey’ll play off with qualifiers from five other events at the Grand Medal Final at Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire on Thursday, 13 August. It will be a feature of the new Golf Week festival, staged by England Golf to create a national grand finale for a host of handicap and team championships.All the regional finalists had returned the best four scores at their club in the England Golf Medals during 2014.Becky first played golf as a child, but was never grabbed by the game. Then, three years ago she decided to have another go and “fell in love with it.” She’s made rapid progress, cutting her handicap from 26 to 18 last year, when she qualified for this competition. This season she quickly came down to 16 and, after the regional medal final, is now playing off 15.She played steadily at Rothley Park, helped by an early birdie and by holding her nerve after a triple bogey on the 13th – over the remaining five holes she managed three consecutive pars.This is her first taste of national competition and she said: “It’s been a really amazing experience, just seeing the scoreboard and the set-up. It’s really good and I can’t wait to get to Frilford Heath.” 26 May 2015 Becky leads 10 players into national final last_img read more