The vice president made these statements as a result of the information that pointed to the interest of Arsenal for the midfielder
"We support you for being a good technician, how it works, and because we believe in him," declares Calleja
The vice-president of the Villarreal, Jose Manuel Llaneza, noted to the media that he does not fear a possible departure of the player Paul Fornals in the winter, after the various information indicating the interest of Arsenal in his signing.
"If it were another player temería, but with Paul I'm afraid little. Has a strong commitment to the club, so that I dare to ensure that will not come out now," explained the leader, who highlighted the work of the quarry and the difficulty that they have to be able to hold on to young people values.
"We are not Madrid and Barcelona, we are the Derby, so we must keep our feet on the ground. Keep a quarry such as this is profitable, right now we have eight players from the cantera in the first team, and that makes it cost-effective. That there are players that go it is not something that we like, but we know that it is so and that is football," he said.
Before the bad season that is signing the team from castellón, to a point of the relegation zone, straight-forwardness, noted that "in the club no nerves, it has done a great job and we have a great team, so we are convinced that this will go forward, we have no doubt of that."
"the situation of The club sporting is the one that is, in the rest, both in economic and other we have never been as it is now. That's why I ask the family yellow that is to the side of the computer, I ask for your support to the team, as it is a difficult time and we need them", he added.
in Addition, he wanted to reiterate once again the club's support to the work of the coach Javier Calleja. "We support you for being a good technician, how it works and because we believe in him. Do not we support you by just being home, if you remember we have also dismissed coaches of the house," he said.
with Regard to the possibility of strengthen the staffing in the winter said, "it is very difficult to do it right, I don't remember almost any market in which we have been right. Good players will not let them leave, so that it is much more complicated. I don't think, unless something comes out that fits much of what we need".Villarreal already has book
Villarreal CF has decided to collaborate in the promotion and distribution of the book "Dies of Soccer", the local writer Luis Aleixandre, in format story reviews the recent history of the club. The book, which is presented both in Spanish and in valencian, is a fictional story in which Villarreal is the thread.
The vice-president of the Villarreal, Jose Manuel Llaneza, explained that "it is a book that reviews the major episodes of the club with a thread very family friendly, with a lot of love and a lot of sensitivity" and added that "it is a book worth reading and that is a plus for the reader yellow".
For his part, the writer Luis Aleixandre commented that it is a book ", based on the relationships of the people in the stands, with what is taken out of that tier and people from Villarreal". The publication of this book is framed within the project Endavant, with which the club continues to support the culture.
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