Continuing to progress in negotiations with Intercity, Gustavo Siviero He did not wait to complete this aspect to announce his first signing of the term, as the Argentine coach continues to lead the team as coach. Juanfran Torres changing Quique HernandezHe is directly responsible for the establishment of the black teams that carried out the last two promotions of the organization headed by Salvador Martí.

The first booster for Intercity’s debut in the third category of national football is Mallorcan of Guinea descent. Emilio Nsue. The right-back signed two seasons with the Alicante team after passing Tuzla City of the Bosnian league.

Participating in the last organization of the African Cup of Nations with his team, the national player played in more than 100 matches in the First League. MajorcaWhere he debuted in 2008 and where he went Middlesbroughin 2016.

Second to sports director Juanfran Torres Jorge Lopezhighlights the versatility and experience of the first merger made by the project led by the former Atlético de Madrid football player: «A player who can play in many positions, multidirectional and that you will help us a lot because of your experience. He played as a right-back and defender in different teams, but also worked well as a winger and winger. Are you a football player? very preciousComing to Intercity at a good age (about to return) 33 years), with great enthusiasm and desire to participate in this project,” said López.

Emilio Nsue (Palma, 1989) trained in the subcategories. Athletic Balearic Islands and the vermilion set. He made his Mallorca debut for the A team on 3 February 2008 in the First Division against Villarreal. He later played on loan. CD Castellon Yet real societybetween 2008 and 2010. In the 10-11 season, he returned to the island, again to the Majorca A team.

As a striker, he made his debut. Camp Nou 1 draw against Barça. He closed his stage at Son Moix and Nsue in 2014 to go to English football in the Second Division, when he signed with Middlesbrough, and was eventually promoted to the Premier League in 2016. The 17-18 season, Emilio Nsue started it. City of Birmingham and on that course’s winter market APOEL From Nicosia (Cyprus).

He was on loan at e the following season.l Apollon Limassol before returning to the Cyprus club. His last team was FK Tuzla City from the Bosnian league and played 10 games in a little over two months.

Emilio Nsue was called up in the sub-categories of the Spanish team. From 2005 to 2011, Hispano-Guineans participated in all national teams between the under-16 and under-21 categories, including both. In the African Cup played in Cameroon last January, the Equatorial Guinea team, with Nsue as the captain, managed to make history for their country. Federico Bikoro) reaching the quarter-finals for the first time in the tournament.

Emilio Nsue returned to Spain two years later with almost no presence on their team (He took part in only 10 games in Bosnia on the course that ended in May) to recover the feeling and form that drove him to play. 80 games later with Middlesbrough 154 He plays with the most important club in his hometown and has a start in the First Division. A personal bet sports management gives Siviero more attacking options and prefers three central defenders and lanes in his structures.