Waldo Rubio, end of Valladolid, in the orbit of Lightning

first_imgThe Lightning hurries the last days of market with several pending operations. They crave a few hours of heart attack. On the exit ramp are Abdoulaye, Lass and Piovaccari. However, the latter would only leave if the Franjirrojos sign a ‘nine’. So far, two of the options they liked most have vanished: Enric Gallego (Osasuna) and Sekou Gassama (Fuenlabrada). We will have to wait. Waldo Rubio, 24, grew up in Atlético Onubense and then went through Recreativo and Córdoba, set with which he debuted in Second (on January 14, 2018, in the defeat against Cádiz). From there he went to Valladolid (2018-19), he appeared in the branch and soon made the jump to the first team. Thus came his premiere in Primera, in a Leganés-Valladolid (1-0). That season he played just 491 minutes in the League and this one, 425. Hence, look for more filming and prominence. However, the forward is not the only demarcation to prop up. The injuries of Comesaña and Pozo have changed the initial plans and will force to reinforce the center of the field. For the core they like Keidi Bare (Málaga) and Milla (Tenerife). On the other hand, Lightning wants to tie to another end. De Frutos and Isi have already arrived, but Embarba’s march will lead to a new signing and there is a player that likes: Waldo Rubio. Of course, the Franjirrojos are not the only ones who keep track of La Paz, Ponferradina and Sporting also love him.last_img read more

Free agency in the National Football League opened

first_img Free agency in the National Football League opened Tuesday and one of the first announced deals was Karlos Dansby accepting a four-year, $24 million deal that includes $14 million in guaranteed money.Many were shocked by the length and size of the offer. Dansby was one.“It definitely surprised me, I wasn’t expecting that,” Dansby told Burns and Gambo Wednesday on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “I was called supernaturally, man. It was something I can’t explain. It was like ‘it’s time to go.’” Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Your browser does not support the audio element. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Top Stories LISTEN: Karlos Dansby, Cleveland Browns linebacker 0 Comments   Share   Dansby said he didn’t even consider testing the market elsewhere once he received the offer from the Browns. The 32-year-old linebacker also doesn’t harbor any ill will toward the Cardinals. In fact, he says the team made him a fair offer that didn’t leave him feeling disrespected.“Not at all. They showed me what they valued me at and I was like ‘OK, that’s cool,’” Dansby said. “But when you get called, you’ve got to drop everything and roll.”Dansby disputed reports that the Cardinals’ offer was for two years and worth between $10-12 million, but didn’t say what the offer presented to his camp was. The 10-year veteran has nothing but fond memories of his time in Arizona — both stints, but especially the 2013 season.“It was unbelievable, bro. That’s the most fun I’ve ever had in all the years I’ve been there,” he said. “(Defensive coordinator) Todd Bowles is amazing. An amazing coach and an amazing motivator. Him and Bruce Arians together man, that’s a dangerous combination.”last_img read more