BetisTOLast night they open with the Alavs
TOunque is a practice that, in a way, adultera the normal operation of the competition,it is increasingly common to see a player on loan that due to contractual requirements they are left without playingwhen they have to face the teams that own their economic rights.
Prohibit it, without more, or include penalty clauses to amounts that are difficult to assume is the way that many clubs use to avoid the swallow of seeing their faces with players of their own. A situation that, however,Do not happen this weekend with the visit of Deportivo Alavs to Benito Villamarn, where the Japanese Takashi Inui plays a loan.
Back from the Arab Emirates, where I participated in the Asian Cup with Japan, the international Nipn is already at the orders of Abelardo in Mendizorroza and last night had its first minutes.The chance has wanted that its first displacement with the Vitorian set is precisely to Seville, to see the faces with which until a few weeks ago were his companions.
Inui, if your coach considers it,will be able to face Betis on Sunday, since no cessation clause was included in his assignment contract. This is mainly due to the Alavs taking charge of 100% of the proportional part of the player's card, so there is no economic charge for the Betis that justified it.