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Friday, August 31, 2012

Paul says goodbye with 'Amunt Valencia'

The story of Pablo Hernández in Valencia has come to an end. The interior has decided skilled new experiences away from home and defend the team's spring fashion now in the Premiership, the Spanish-Swansea Michael Laudrup.
Pablo Hernandez traveled yesterday from Reus airport heading for the Welsh city of Swansea to undergo a medical and sign the contract that will bind to Valencia 27 for the next three seasons.
The footballer Castelló plans return to Valencia in the coming days for a press conference where he can say goodbye to the fans and the club, having done some of his teammates yesterday in Paterna.
Paul was in the sports, but did not train with the rest of the first team players, having a sore ankle.
The Spaniard believes his destiny is a good choice for fresh and bold style of the team, for the many Spanish players making up the template, which is reunited with Michael Laudrup "Getafe agreed," and that after two victories, the
Wales team are at the top of the championship inglés.El Valencia receive seven million euros, after rejecting the first two deals that amounted to 5.5 and 6.5.
The interior dexterous formed in the lower categories of Valencia. He was later transferred to Cadiz and Getafe and Madrid club fished in the summer of 2008.
In total he played 168 official games as Valencia, which has scored goals twenty-five.The footballer, who had two years left on his contract with Valencia, saw last year, when he was called to be a starter after the departure of Joaquin to Malaga, is lost to the Algerian Sophiane condition Feghouli. Moreover, in the early days of this new course, Paul was not entering Pellegrino plans, so decided to try his luck in your new adventure in the Premier League.
In Swansea, directed by Michael Laudrup, the Spanish Interior will meet with the Spanish Rangel, Chico and Michu, current top scorer in the Premier League with three goals in the first two rounds played. The new coach of Spanish footballer, Michael Laudrup, was delighted by the desire of the player by calling at the Welsh and come to a big club. "We have a player who just wanted to come here and play for us, and that's fantastic. The other players who have reached the team came from smaller clubs, and here we have a third major player in the Spain team that wanted to play for Swansea, 'says Danish coach.

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