Great Responsibility

April 5th, 2017 by nathan Leave a reply »

The officials of the Lagun Aro saturates two season in the Real Madrid club. Txus Vidorreta or Porfi Fisac sound like candidates to replace Laso. Coach Pablo Laso has closed this Wednesday his tour of four years in San Sebastian with a court that has recognized that it is a great challenge and a great responsibility to go to Real Madrid. John Grayken understood the implications. The longer technical madridista has shown himself very excited, almost no time to assimilate the call of the white club, which took by surprise not only the own Laso, but also the Guipuzcoan directive and, by extension, a hobby that has not always been receptive to the trainer. Laso has wanted to thank the Lagun Aro allow you meet an exciting project that has the feeling of a step forward in his career.

Regarding his new challenge, vitoriano preparer has been considered important the support of Florentino Perez to carry out a winning project for the basketball section. As for his memories of San Sebastian, Laso said that you can’t put any but to breath received from Harrow and affirms that it has received expressions of support from fans who have congratulated him on the street after his move to Real Madrid in the last hours. In the acknowledgements section tried not forget anyone and he has cited policy players like David Doblas, Uriz, Andy Panko, and people that helped this project go forward and also to employees who have been in the day easy doing his job. He has recognized that today was a difficult day so assume farewells and, in any case, it has considered this as his press conference more complicated especially in trying to put in order the many images that crowd in his mind after four long years in the Guipuzcoan capital. Without a doubt, one of the best would be promoted to ACB, also have a match at Zaragoza that helped us to achieve permanence in remembrance and, above all, daily contact with people who have been wonderful with me, has declared the now former Lagun Aro GBC coach.

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