The finding of that contribution is that, In the five LaLiga matches in which RdT has participated, it has been in four that he has most haggled. It did not happen that way in his debut, against Villarreal, where he only surpassed in this luck a rival (by the four of Marc Roca or the two of Oscar Melendo, for example), but he already compensated in the following commitment, in front of Athletic Club, with up to six, and continued leading the section against Granada (four), Mallorca (two) and, of course, on his return after injury to Atlético. Last Sunday, the Madrid attacker provided eight dribbles, of which seven did occur in the first half, and tried two others that were unsuccessful; so much, that the area where they happen can cost the team a dislike. Average RdT 4.2 dribbles per game of the 7.5 that Espanyol does. That is, he does more than half. It is obvious that he is giving Espanyol a new air. With their goals, four and a half, but also with their way of other times to escape their adversaries.Dribbles since RdT arrived at Espanyol Footballer Dribbling 1 Raúl de Tomás 21 2 Jonathan Calleri 6 3 Adrián Embarba 5 – Marc Roca 5 5 Javi López 4 6 Sergi Darder 3 7 Oscar Melendo 2 8 Adrià Pedrosa 1 – Dídac Vilà 1 – Naldo Gomes 1 – Ander Iturraspe 1 – Wu Lei 1 – David López 1 To get an idea of the dimension of their dribbles, 21 in total with Espanyol in LaLiga, in that series of five days the second he did the most was Jonathan Calleri, with less than a third: six. They are followed by Adrián Embarba and Marc Roca with five each. Javi López has four, Sergi Darder is with three, Oscar Melendo adds two and the rest, one or none.DAILY AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Dribbles by Raúl de Tomás at Espanyol-Atlético de Madrid.DAILY AS He slips away from Saúl Ñíguez, also escapes Felipe Augusto and, to round it off, escapes from Koke Resurrección with an aesthetic pipe that lifts the “oh!” from the stands of Cornellà-El Prat. Like that other scene in which he leaves again from Saul and immediately after Renan Lodi, before forcing the lack of Thomas Partey, who sees a yellow. Raúl de Tomás’ images against Atlético de Madrid, last Sunday, have become viral. The Espanyol striker, not in vain, he has recovered the dribble’s inspiration for the cause. One more resource for the team.
The Donegal Dublin Business Network marked its first full year of activity in the capital last week with a charity Christmas business lunch which raised more than €8,000 for the north-west branch of Pieta House in Letterkenny.The gathering in the Clayton Hotel in Ballsbridge was addressed by former politician Ivan Yates, now a television and radio presenter on TV3 and Newstalk.He told those present that he believed the creation of a business community in Dublin that leveraged connections with Donegal was a tremendous idea. “There’s tremendous long-term potential in any organisation that can identify something that delivers a consistent common affinity, particularly if that results in people being open to offering support. You have created a fantastic resource,” he added.The Donegal Dublin Business Network was formed in early 2017.It aims to connect Dublin-based business people by providing members with access to a wide range of activities such as breakfast seminars and other networking events.These get-togethers provide members with an opportunity to experience presentations by a broad range of speakers with insights, expertise and experience from different spheres of business and elsewhere. DDBN Committee Chairman Paul Doyle told those present at the Christmas lunch that the group, which has an on-line presence at http://www.donegaldublinbusinessnetwork.com/, had over 170 fully paid up members who were referring business, networking and assisting each other to varying degrees.He also thanked Tom McEvoy of Pieta House for attending the event to give members an insight into the work being undertaken by his organisation in County Donegal and elsewhere.The Christmas fund-raising lunch was supported by a range of businesses with Donegal connections, most notably the event sponsors MCR Group and Bannon Commercial Property Consultants and those who both contributed and purchased prizes for a charity auction and raffle.Sean Perry was a very capable and entertaining master of ceremonies for both of these.The DDBN Committee wished all its members and everyone from Donegal engaged in business enterprise a happy Christmas and expressed particular thanks to the following members and businesses who bought auction items: • Framed Donegal GAA 1992 Magee Replica jersey, bought by Manus Brady of Manus Brady Chartered Accountants – www.manusbrady.ie• Four Ball in Ballyliffin Golf Club plus two twin rooms for two nights in The Strand Hotel, Ballyliffin, bought by Donagh Kelly of KN Group – www.kngroup.com• Two premium rugby tickets for Ireland v Wales game in the Aviva stadium, bought by Donall Barrett of MCR Group – www.mcrgroup.ie• One night B&B in the Shelbourne Hotel plus chauffeur transfers from anywhere in Ireland – bought by Manus McGarvey of M&N Groundworks – www.mandngroundworks.com• A framed Donegal GAA Jersey signed by 2017 senior football team, bought by Manus McGarvey of M&N Groundworks• A one-hour Helicopter Ride for four people around North County Dublin, bought by Karen Reynolds of Matheson Solicitors – www.matheson.com• A four-ball at Carton House Golf Club plus €200 to spend, bought by Fred Sweeney of BRM Building• A framed Celtic FC Jersey signed by Brendan Rodgers, bought by Ciaran McBride of Irish Chauffeurs – www.irishchauffeurs.comDonegal Dublin Business Network raises festive €8K for Pieta House was last modified: December 12th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)