The hero of the ascent returns to El Alcoraz

Alex Remiro will return this Saturday with Real Sociedad to step on the grass in which three seasons ago he stood out on loan from Athletic Bilbao with 15 clean sheets

TOLex Remiro will play again this Saturday at El Alcoraz, three years after the promotion of Huesca to First Division was one of the heroes, which evidently caused him to be one of the idols of a hobby that today will still be in the stands to applaud him a little more. The now Txuriurdin goalkeeper arrives after adding his twelfth clean sheet in Eibar on Monday and, with five days ahead, he could even exceed 15 of that year in the Second Division.

Remiro ended up at Huesca on loan from Athletic in the summer of 2017, despite the fact that he had only played four games the previous year, as he did not count for much in his loan to Levante, in the first half, or in his return to Athletic. , in the second.

The one from Cascante was chosen by Rubí to defend the goal of the Huesca team and did not disappoint, since added up to 15 clean sheets in the 41 days that she defended it, a fact that It was one of the keys for Huesca to make his arrival at Primera a reality. division.

As it seemed obvious, the Aragonese team asked Athletic for a new loan of the now txuriurdin, but it did not bear fruit, because that summer of 2018 it was already suspected that the goalkeeper’s decision not to renew for the rojiblanca entity was behind his idea of ​​reaching the Real one free, a year later.

The Real looks for Europe and the Huesca the permanence

However, that season 2018-19 Remiro did not tell anything in Bilbao and that Huesca was demoted to Second and did not coincide in the first year of the Navarrese as the goal of the txuriurdin, that of Saturday It will be the first time that I set foot on El Alcoraz to play against the locals.

The appointment has an emotional confrontation for the 1 of the Real, as will seek a victory that could bring him and his companions very close to the next Europa League, which at the same time it would reduce your former team’s chances of achieving permanence in First, by occupying the penultimate position of the classification.

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