Calready consolidated as one of the most distinctive activities of the MARCA Sport Weekend, the match 3 against 100 repeats presence in the program of the IV edition of the event. In it, three professional soccer players face 100 children from the lower categories of the city club. In this case Sergio Camel and the representatives of the first squads of Mlaga, Maria Farfn Y Luis Muoz, they will do it before a combination of youngest, the girls of the alevn and 20 players of the Genuine League. The appointment is in the annex of La Rosaleda, on Friday at 5:00 p.m., with free admission. Next, the professionals will participate in a challenge with teams of children supporting each of them.
Camello has emerged as one of the reference strikers in the Second Division during the season on loan at the Mirands recently completed that he would dispatch with 15 goals and four assists that have led him to debut with the Spanish team under 21.
However, both the athletic like the Spanish Federation, they knew for a long time that they had a jewel to be polished in their hands. In the Academy he rose through all the categories without an equal battering ram being remembered since Fernando Torresuntil in the first 45 minutes that I gave him Simeone in the elite he scored his first goal against Levante. His training as a rojiblanco would still include five goals and an assist in seven appearances in the Youth League or 16 goals in 55 games in Second B with the subsidiary.
In the lower categories of the national team he is also an old acquaintance, because before being recruited by Louis of the Source He was already a regular in the sub 15, sub 17 and sub 19 after signing historical records in the rojiblanca quarry, such as the historic Madrileo Juvenil title.
Fate chose a great stage for Luis Muoz’s debut in the First Division. He did it in the Camp Nou At just 20 years old, before going on loan to Lugo and to Cordoba, where he finished curdling as a footballer. Back to Malaga, this season he has suffered a serious injury to the crusader that has kept him out for seven months. With the captain’s armband on his biceps, he is the first to lead the ship from Malaga for the attempt to return to the Santander League.
Mara Farfn, meanwhile, is a young defender from the Malaga team. Side of the team that has won its group in First National, to be promoted to the silver category of Spanish women’s football, María began her first steps in this sport as a goalkeeper, playing with her brothers until they got tired of standing still. She combines her soccer career with her university studies at primary education.