La Quinta del Buitre was the product of the crisis. It says it Mchel component of one of the most significant collectives of the Spanish soccer, in the 80s. Madrid was going through a very economically delicate period. They gave us the opportunity because they had no choice. I am convinced that otherwise the Quinta would not have appeared as it did, adds the former Real Madrid player, currently at the head of the Pumas, in Mexico. The quarry as a solution to a specific crisis has been repeated in other cases, Sevilla, Celta or Atltico. Now, however, a conjuncture is looming, a consequence of the pandemic, which will affect the entire sector. A unique occasion. Mchel's question is whether the quarry is ready, because it is not taken care of in all the clubs as it was then. level, says Mchel, back to Madrid for the break of the Mexican league. After the effects of the last crisis, the clubs in Spain became economically balanced and this has allowed them to have money to invest in transfers. I am not saying that they have neglected the quarry because of this, but also because the culture has been lost. When we were in Castilla, most of the subsidiaries played in Segunda. Now you have to look for them in Segunda B, regrets who was the coach of the white subsidiary and responsible for the Madrid youth squad. and burdened with debts. Monchi and I had to impose the figure of the 'zero cost footballer', and to do this we had to bring players in formation, very young, and accelerate those we had in the quarry, recalls the coach, who takes the reins of the Armenian team.
Sergio Ramos and Reyes were two of the players who went up to the first team and whose subsequent sale [al Real Madrid y al Arsenal, respectivamente] would allow Sevilla to make good money and begin to recover Economically, the Utreran technician remembers. Many others will follow, such as Antoito the disappeared Antonio Puerta Capel or, later, Jess Navas . A trend that Sevilla knew how to alternate with Monchi's skillful acquisitions, either due to his contribution to the team or the generation of capital gains. The model of the current Seville, in short, was generated thanks to making virtue of necessity.
Caparrs is somewhat more optimistic than Mchel: I think that in a few months we will see players we did not know and some of they will break through. They will be the generation of Covid-19. In charge of the Sevilla squad continues Pablo Blanco a former legendary player of the club and a sensible man. Not only the economic crises have meant opportunities for the quarry, but also the sports ones. They are a push, he says. In front of a base football that has borne good results, he believes that Spain continues to work well, although not all the clubs are on the same line. Blanco agrees with Mchel in highlighting Real Sociedad as one of the teams that benefits the most.
If the coaches dare, I see footballers who can give a very good level. I also think that they will be necessary, because everything indicates that there will be more injuries and five changes can be made. We have loaned out as Carlos Fernndez (Granada) or Bryan (Legans), who may be part of Sevilla's squad next year, in addition to others who arrive, Alfonso Pastor, Pablo Prez, Juanlu, Lara …, continues the person in charge of the Sevilla squad, for whom there is a factor that can favor the performance of the youngest in these circumstances. Playing without the public, without that pressure, can make them feel more uninhibited, he adds. The club has opted for a successful recruitment of young talents in the market, such as Rodrigo or Reinier forwards of the Ral subsidiary, who add to the competition already represented by the signings for the first team. The consolidated Fede Valverde is, today, the model.
Since his arrival at the Camp Nou, Quique Setin has given Riqui Puig minutes, the result of a depleted quarry. The club has sold to house players for its salary balance, but it has acquired one of the most promising youngsters, the canary Pedri . In the Atlantic, Simeone uses youth squads as Camel or Riquelme for specific situations, because the physical demands of the team make them necessary. Continuity is another thing in a club that, at the youth level, has one of the best batches of Spanish football.
This Athletics has been in heaven for years, not in hell where the beardless man Fernando Torres made his way. El Nio became a man at once thanks to a total crisis, economic, sports and institutional, and the best manager of the absurd, Luis Aragons .
The son of Mchel and captain of Malaga, Adrin Gonzlez took to AFE the proposal to expand the quota of four footballers beyond the number 25 present in the lineups. The union must transfer it to the Federation. An emergency solution for a bankrupt Malaga, this may be the case now for many other clubs. In fact, it is in the most modest teams, with less capacity to generate income, where the needs are greatest.
For some in that segment, the quarry represented salvation. This is the case of Celta, who entered the bankruptcy in the 2007/08 season. The arrival of Carlos Mourio to the presidency imposed the economy of own resources on the team, carried out by the hand of Eusebio in Second. Yoel, Hugo Mallo, Oubia and, of course, Iago Aspas appeared. In the team that returned to Primera, under the command of Paco Herrera seven youth squads were already playing. Between 2006 and 2017, the sale of players from the house reported to Celta 40.2 million euros. The quarry, then, took him out of the crisis, returned him to his place and paid the bill, in excess. It was the perfect antibody.
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