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The Hercules tabs to the end Olavide and Borja can leave – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith

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The Hercules is going to change a lot in the second leg of the championship. The club of Rico Pérez announced yesterday the hiring of Miguel Olavide, a winger that was without equipment but with experience in both the First and Second Divisions. The 23-year-old Navarrese footballer grew up in the Osasuna quarry, with whose first team debuted in the top flight, and also belonged to Sevilla Atlético. From last summer he was free to rescind his commitment to the Club of Pamplona and will immediately join the work with his new colleagues although as soon as he arrived he worked with Portu, a physical trainer. The idea is that it takes pace as soon as possible and even it is not ruled out that it may be in front of Villarreal B tomorrow. With his presence, Vicente Mir will have an option for all three posts of the attack.

Olavide is Hercules’ third winter signing, which previously signed De Lerma and Greek striker Nikos Vergos. But there will be more, because I was able to make the incorporation of Bruno Perone official today. The Brazilian plant, which has joined the Nostic de Tarragona in the first half of the season, is in Alicante and only needs to close the agreement with Extremadura, owner of its rights. He is also close to joining Mir’s project by backman Raúl Ruiz, formed in the quarry of the Hercules and would arrive from the Cypriot AEK Larnaca.

The movement in the Hercules is not only on arrivals, but also on departures. Last week he said goodbye Alejandro Alfaro and yesterday the casualties of Carlos Martínez and Fran Miranda were confirmed, who will commit to Andorra and Nastic respectively. The one who could change airs is also Borja Martinez, which in summer signed to be important but has not had the expected performance. In fact, the Alicantino could be committed to The UCAM, as advanced By Regional Wave. The Murcianos, also aimed to move to the Second Division, fight to avoid falling to the lower rankings.

On the other hand, Vicente Mir stated at a press conference that he wants “the month of January to pass soon” by the arrivals and departures of players in order to focus on the goal of salvation. The coach believes that in this month “the footballer is nervous” about his future.