The CD Juan Grande is reinforced twice. The group from Gran Canaria, which plays in the Iberdrola Challenge League – second national category of women’s football – yesterday introduced two new players: Ainhoa Plaza and Zoraida Rubio, Baby.
Both arrive to underpin the attack of the painting directed by Rubén López, who if he considers it convenient will already be able to count on them for the next day’s meeting, nothing less than the derby that the southern squad disputes on Sunday in Tenerife with the subsidiary from Tenerife Egatesa.
The Catalan Ainhoa Plaza, 18 years old and a native of Terrasa, comes from her hometown team. It is defined as “a footballer who fights a lot up.” “I like to print speed and I am always attentive to the spaces. I have already met the coach and my companions. I also thank Terrasa for letting me out, and now being able to live this experience here in Gran Canaria with Juan Grande,” he said.
For its part, Extremadura Zoraida Rubio, 19, arrives from Santa Teresa Liberbank, also a team of the Iberdrola Challenge League. “I want to help the team as much as I can. I am very constant in the game. They talked to me very well about Rubén López and those references helped me to opt for Juan Grande,” explained the new player of the southern ones.