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Spain Announce World Cup Squad

The Spanish men’s national team already has its definitive list of candidates for their participation in the next Bhubaneswar World Championship.
A group of 18 members, cited by their coach; Fred Soyez, who will meet in Alicante, from 9 to 16 November, to begin with their last stop prior to the start of the big event in the Indian city.
During these days of stage, #RedSticks will play three new preparatory matches against Germany, all in the field of play of the University of Alicante.

Saturday, November 10, 2018:

15.00 ABS Mª  ESPAÑA-GERMANY (Alicante University)

Referees: Daniel Rodríguez – Álvaro López

Monday, November 12, 2018:

12.30 ABS Mª  ESPAÑA-GERMANY (Alicante University)

Referees: Daniel Rodríguez – Ferrán Navarro

Wednesday, November 14, 2018:

12.30 ABS Mª  ESPAÑA-GERMANY (Alicante University)

Referees: Raúl Gómez – José Luis Sáez

 

LIST OF CALLED:

1. Alejandro de Frutos (Country Club)
2. Albert Beltrán (HC Rotterdam)
3. Álvaro Iglesias (Country Club)
4. Diego Arana (RC Jolaseta)
5. Enrique González de Castejón (Country Club)
6. Ignacio Rodriguez (Country Club)
7. Marc Sallés (Country Club)
8. Marc Boltó (Atlètic Terrassa)
9. Marc Serrahima (Junior FC)
10. Mario Garin (Polo RC)
11. Miquel Delàs (Barça Grass Hockey)
14. Pau Quemada (Club Egara)
13. Pepe Romeu Club Egara)
14. Quico Cortés (Club Egara)
15. Ricardo Santana (KHC Leuven-Belgium)
16. Sergi Enrique (Junior FC)
17. Vicenç Ruiz (Club Egara)
18. Xavier Lleonart (RC of Polo)
Staff:
Fred Soyez (Coach)
César Hernández: (Team leader)
Ramón Sala (Coach)
Eduardo Aguilar (Coach)
Alejandro Iglesias (Video operator)
Jaume March (Physiotherapist)
Silvia Muñoz: (Doctor)

Brave Hockeyroos Suffer Shootout Heartache

Sunday 5 August 2018 | The Hockeyroos have cruelly missed out on a spot in the 2018 Women’s World Cup final in a penalty shootout after fighting back for a brave 1-1 draw with the Netherlands in Sunday morning’s (AEST) semi-final in London. Continue reading Brave Hockeyroos Suffer Shootout Heartache

Hockeyroo’s In To The Semi Final In Dramatic Fashion

World number three team Argentina and the world number five team Australia have always been well-matched but in this quarter-final it seemed nothing could separate them. They have both won the World Cup twice, they have long occupied a place within the top five in the world, they both have iconic players in their glorious hockey history and neither side can stand losing. Continue reading Hockeyroo’s In To The Semi Final In Dramatic Fashion

Spain Break German Hearts To Reach Semi’s

London: The surprises just keep coming. This time it was Spain who claimed a higher ranked scalp at the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup, London 2018 as they beat Germany 1-0.

“If you don’t score, you don’t win,” was the simple summing-up statement of a clearly hugely disappointed Head Coach Xavier Reckinger.

Continue reading Spain Break German Hearts To Reach Semi’s

England Half Find Form To Beat Korea

In the second crossover match between England and Korea, the host nation came out to play with an intensity and fluidity that had been missing for some of their earlier matches. Suddenly the passes were connecting, the runs were better-timed and chances were being created. Continue reading England Half Find Form To Beat Korea