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Gonzalez's C.D. Tenerife

Started on 9 March 2013 by Jer / First Post
Latest Reply on 24 April 2013 by Northwood / Last Post
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You're doing great so far. The result against Real is still impresive for Tenerife.
I hope to see you play R.Madrid again, but in league this time ;)
a team like yours should be beating real lol ;) doing a great job :)
A loss is to be expected against the capita giants, do not be worried by it :) Truth be told, you have done an amazing job to keep the defecit to just two goals.

Changes around in Tenerife

The new Tenerife manager Raul Gonzalez Blanco has told the press that he isn't interested in Bolado anymore. The Tenerife manager has been asked by the board to relieve the club's costing expenses via player sales. The manager quickly took the advice and listed various players such as Chechu, Aridane and Baltasar Rigo available at the market. But, with reported interest abroad such as Chivas U.S.A. and Portland, the Tenerife manager officially ruled out Bolado as a replacement for the soon to leave striker Aridane. The manager also explained why is he selling Aridane. He said," Aridane is at the top of his game now and that's why we must sell him. We won't sell until we find a suitable replacement as well." The Tenerife manager added," Chechu will be leaving because the board asked me to relieve the costing expensures. He hasn't impressed me all too well, therefore he's a player that we don't need." We were also looking at Bolado earlier in the season, but he has a bad injury record. Plus, with out financial crisis, we can't offer what MLS teams do.

Ivan Bolado

Obodai returns from injury

New signing Anthony Obodain has returned from injury after he was sidelined for 5-7 weeks. The Ghana midfielder, who got injured via training broke his arm after he landed awkwardly by a tackle. The Ghana got a warning from Raul that if he didn't perform well, he could be sold or his contract could be terminated. The Ghana international took the Spanish man's warning as a challenge for himself and the club.

Obodai

December: Best Month Yet

Sanse 0-3 C.D. Tenerife – Second Division B1 02.12.2012


C.D. Tenerife (4-2-3-1): Aragoneses, Moyano, Del Horno, Rodriguez, Llorente, Nico, Ros, Suso, Sarpong, Crusat, Yeste.

Goals: Jeffrey Sarpong 63' Javi Moyano 72'
Own Goals: Bidari 38'

Injuries: None

Subs: 68' Jeffrey Sarpong Francisco Yeste
78' Raul Llorente Javi Moyano
83' David Medina Jorge Reveron

MOTM: Jeffrey Sarpong 8.5(C.D. Tenerife)


Caudal 0-2 C.D. Tenerife – Second Division B1 09.12.2012


C.D. Tenerife (4-2-3-1): Aragoneses, Moyano, Del Horno, Tarantino, Llorente, Ros, Nico, Suso, Sarpong, Crusat, Aridane.

Goals: Aridane 45' Aridane 54'

Injuries:

MOTM: Aridane 9.0(C.D. Tenerife)


C.D. Tenerife 3-1 Fuenlabrada Second Division B1 16.12.2012


C.D. Tenerife (4-2-3-1): Aragoneses, Moyano, del Horno, Tarantino, Llorente, Obodai, Ros, Suso, Sarpong, Crusat, Yeste.

Goals: Francisco Yeste 3' Obodai 36'
Antonio Lopez 56' Jeffrey Sarpong 73'

MOTM: Francisco Yeste 7.8 (C.D. Tenerife)

C.D. Tenerife 3-0 Atletico "B" – Second Division B1 22.12.2012


C.D. Tenerife (4-2-3-1): Aragoneses, Moyano, del Horno, Tarantino, Llorente, Nico, Ros, Suso, Yeste, Crusat, Aridane.

Goals: Suso 10' Aridane 22' Crusat 49'

MOTM: Anthony Obodai 8.4(C.D. Tenerife)


League Table

Brilliant results Pauker, keep it up :)
Great going and hopefully can keep at the top. Well done on beating Atletico "B" :)
Great results mate, I don't think you'll lose again this season! Keep up the good work :D
Tough luck against Real but remember, it would be hard for any team in the world to even fight them to a draw ;)

Brilliant results so far!
You call it a fight.
We have all seen the chairman’s wife and we all know what really happened.

http://www.eldia.es/eldiaes/imagenes/2010/02/17/1266415666859a.jpg

Moving down two years in a row, I guess the first year or two should go smooth for you.
Good luck. I will be following.
Arvind's avatar Group Arvind
6 yearsEdited

Twice the Legend


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Twice the Legend


Raúl González Blanco will always be remembered as a legend as a player for Real Madrid, whom he was with for 20 years, and the Spanish national team for which he has 44 goals in 102 games. But lately, his exploits with Tenerife are prompting suggestions that he will be remembered in the future for his managerial ability as well.

Tenerife shocked the football world earlier this year when they signed Raúl as their manager. And ever since, Raúl has been shocking the football world with his managerial ability. He started his reign at Tenerife by bringing in winger Albert Crusat on loan from Wigan. He then gave his side a boost in experience and quality by signing veterans Asier del Horno and Francisco Yeste.

Probably much sooner than he had expected, Raúl had a emotional reunion with his former club Real Madrid in the fourth round of the Copa del Rey. Tenerife were soundly beaten in 3-0 in the home leg, but their league form suggests only that bright times are ahead. In the first half of the season, Tenerife have won 16 out of their 18 games, drawing one and losing a lone game to league runners-up Salamanca. On the basis of their current form and their five point lead at the top of the Segunda Division B, they are the shoo-in favourites to win promotion as well as the league title.

With clubs in La Liga and top leagues in the rest of Europe losing patience with their respective managers, the former Spain international is being linked to several bigger clubs. He has recently stated that he is happy at Tenerife and not looking to leave, but the media will not stop speculating as long as this great run of results goes on. Tenerife fans will hope that he keeps his word and stays, but only time will tell what the future holds for Raúl.


Alejandro Núñez
Marca
2013-03-11 14:38#84246 Liverbird :

Twice the Legend


http://answers.bettor.com/images/Articles/thumbs/extralarge/2010_7_28-2010_7_28_15_9_40-jpg-19080.jpg

Twice the Legend


Raúl González Blanco will always be remembered as a legend as a player for Real Madrid, whom he was with for 20 years, and the Spanish national team for which he has 44 goals in 102 games. But lately, his exploits with Tenerife are prompting suggestions that he will be remembered in the future for his managerial ability as well.

Tenerife shocked the football world earlier this year when they signed Raúl as their manager. And ever since, Raúl has been shocking the football world with his managerial ability. He started his reign at Tenerife by bringing in winger Albert Crusat on loan from Wigan. He then gave his side a boost in experience and quality by signing veterans Asier del Horno and Francisco Yeste.

Probably much sooner than he had expected, Raúl had a emotional reunion with his former club Real Madrid in the fourth round of the Copa del Rey. Tenerife were soundly beaten in 3-0 in the home leg, but their league form suggests only that bright times are ahead. In the first half of the season, Tenerife have won 16 out of their 18 games, drawing one and losing a lone game to league runners-up Salamanca. On the basis of their current form and their five point lead at the top of the Segunda Division B, they are the shoo-in favourites to win promotion as well as the league title.

With clubs in La Liga and top leagues in the rest of Europe losing patience with their respective managers, the former Spain international is being linked to several bigger clubs. He has recently stated that he is happy at Tenerife and not looking to leave, but the media will not stop speculating as long as this great run of results goes on. Tenerife fans will hope that he keeps his word and stays, but only time will tell what the future holds for Raúl.


Alejandro Núñez
Marca

Great stuff Arvind. I appreciate you doing this. It was something extremely good and enjoyable. <3

Key Players to leave in the Summer

The six month old Tenerife manager Raul Gonzalez Blanco, has told the press that goalscorer Aridane will leave at the end of the season. The Tenerife manager, who personally asked Aridane to lower his demands to stay at the club, was unable to persuade him. The player will wear the Tenerife shirt until the end of the season, before embarking on an adventure in Austria. Another player who was close to leaving was left-back Raul Llorente, but was ultimately convinced by Gonzalez to stay. The Tenerife manager told the press about his feelings towards Aridane leaving and Llorente staying. He said," Aridane has been here for two years. He knows our financial situation we are in and that is just despicable. His attitude towards the club and myself, who gave him this chance." Differently from Aridane's view, Gonzalez spoke highly of Llorente. He passionately said," He shows great attitude to the club to reject Xerez, who are a league above us. It's great that he will stay and he remains a key part in our push to promotion." He also talked about eight other departing players on a free. Yeray, Bruno, Jesus, Fran Ochoa, Luismi Loro and Guillem leaving. The last two players have had their contracts terminated.
That really sucks about Adriane rather selfish but im sure you'll get someone better who or someone in the squad as the main goal machine :P

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