FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 – some facts about Spain and Women’s soccer
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As a first there is an Interview with Veronica Boquete made by two young girls. Spain avoids favorite in the first round of the 2015 Women’s World Cup. Spain has been aligned with Brazil, South Korea and Costa Rica in Group E in the first phase of the Women’s Soccer World Cup, to be held in Canada from June 6 to July 5, and will determine if the Spanish team goes to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Leading the team’s scorers’ charts was 12-goal Natalia Pablos, while overall La Roja struck 42 times. Spearheaded by the attacking talent of Veronica Boquete, a candidate for FIFA Women’s World Player 2014, much of Spain’s strength comes from the togetherness of a players that have grown up together since their time in the national youth set-up. In charge of Spain since 1988, Ignacio Quereda’s 26 years in the role have featured appearances at two Women’s EUROs.
At the end Introduction to On Spain, best travel mate in Spain.
España evita a las favoritas en la primera ronda del Mundial de Fútbol 2015 Femenino. España ha quedado alineada con Brasil, Corea del Sur y Costa Rica en el Grupo E en la primera fase del Mundial de Fútbol femenino, que se disputará en Canadá del 6 de junio al 5 de julio, y que determinará si la selección española acude a los Juegos Olímpicos de Río 2016.
Entrevista a Verónica Boquete, na visita que realizou ao CPI Terras de Maside no curso 2011-2012.
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