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FABRIL DEBUTS TODAY

25 Aug 2006
Deportivo B starts a new cycle today. The revolution in the fist squad has also affected Fabril; the team will only have eight players that participated in the past campaign. In order to complete the squad, coach Tito Ramallo has promoted five players from Juveniles and seven more are coming as reinforcements.

The debut of Fabril in Tercera occurs today, the squad will play against Ordes in Abegondo. The start of the new season represents the kick-off to the newest project of Tito Ramallo, Fabril's coach will live his sixth season with the team, and he will have to do it in the middle of a radical change. His squad will only present eight players that were in Fabril during the past season: Mackay, Borja, Rub?©n Gonz??lez, Chapi, Rub?©n M?©ndez, ?lex, R??ben Rivera and Madrigal.

Since the team didn't achieve promotion to Segunda B in the past campaign, important decisions were taken. The club is convinced that several youngsters are deserving to play in upper divisions and for that reason, some of the most talented players were loaned out. That's why Pita, Iv??n Carril, Pepe or Xisco joined other clubs like Vecindario.

The club also said goodbye to Ram??n, Antonio, Dani Cancela, David Ya?±ez, Xavi Seco and David Rey. In order to complete the squad five players were promoted from Juveniles (Fabricio, Aridane, Moreiras, Herbert and Adrian) while seven reinforcements were signed (Nacho Matador, Adri??n, Iv??n P?©rez, Juanan, Juachi, Jos?© and Carlos Alc??ntara).

Asked about the objectives for the new season, Tito Ramallo answered to La Opini??n A Coru?±a that he wants the promotion and also to bring good youngsters to the first squad: "Our objective is the same. Yes, Fabril can't change. Talking about formation, we must work in order to prepare good players for the first squad. Talking about the competition, we want to end between the first four places, later we will try to be champions and off course, achieve the promotion to Segunda B. But this year it won't be a easy task."


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