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LaLiga The Final & # 39; from Espanyol against Betis will start at coach – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith

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It is played by Espanyol this Sunday against Betis (16:00) after missing several occasions to take off and after adding alone a point in his first eight days of LaLiga in Cornellà-El Prat, nine in total in the classification. That is why, to encourage Pablo Pablo's team from the first moment, through social networks, this Saturday afternoon, started a ask followers to welcome the parakeet trainer established upon arrival, specifically at the roundabout to park at 2:15 pm

Shield / Flag Espanyol

This is the first of the tangible initiatives of the campaign that Espanyol named the motto "Junts sound mees strong" (Together we are stronger) and he supported the following proclamation: “We need each other! On Sunday, we will fill the RCDE Stadium! Together we play the game! We are waiting for you! ". In a very similar line, the Catalan Federation of Penyes de l'Company (FCPE), keynote speaker of a movement that already they echoed a hundred groups. “This Sunday, against Betis, we all need each other. The clubs never fail and we will win this match. Let's get ahead! ”Excludes the FCPE.

Shield / Flag Betis

This quest for unity arises from the meeting that last tuesday they kept at Dani Jarque Sports City parakeet club managers and first team captains, along with key social agents: the rocks themselves, Grada Canito and Juvenil. A joint rowing message that will be transferred to the stadium surroundings, not only for the reception of the coach, but also for the Fan Zone to be activated a few hours before the game, with DJ, dance area, entertainment and even sausage.

Guaranteed ovation: 75-year-old partners

At the same time, although at a much more formal level, Espanyol enjoys the presence of the president, Chen Yansheng to hand in the stadium president's hall the gold badges for budgerigars who have been partners for 75 years. A recognition that will be accompanied by a grass photography next to players and fansjust before the match against Betis. It will be the only ovation guaranteed this Sunday afternoon in Cornellà.