12 The Elche CF has decidedly launched into the winter market to get the main reinforcements it expects Potato To finish compensating your workforce. The objectives are a central defense, preferably to act in the left-handed profile, and a forward. For the attack, in addition to aiming to the discards of Cádiz, has also set its sights on the Athletic. Like, and much, Gorka Guruzeta. Gorka Guruzeta, son of the historical center of the Real Sociedad Javier Guruzeta, is a promising footballer of Athletic Club, 23 years old, to which only a serious injury in the crusader of his knee separated him from the dynamics of the first team. Last season he played nine official meetings with the first team, between League and Cup, and premiered as a scorer in the Sánchez Pizjuán stadium in Seville. In April he was injured in a duel of subsidiaries before the Sporting B and eight months later he returned to the competition in the Bilbao Athletic, where he has participated in the last five days.Athletic values the option of leaving him in the second team to take another shoot, although he could also accept an assignment if he sees that the player has options to have some continuity in the lineups. Elche is not the only one who has knocked on the door of agent Luis Alonso, who represents Potato, a junior technician who already trains the loan from Lezama, Andoni López. Rayo Vallecano is one of those who have asked for. Gorka Guruzeta, 1.88 meters high that can act as a second point or fall to either of the two bands. It has a powerful shot that has allowed it to become known as a scorer in the Bilbao Athletic.
Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan has admitted that if the nationalteam was unable to participate in next month’s World Twenty20 in India,the body could be fined by the ICC.Shahryar told the media inLahore that in case Pakistan pulls out of the World Cup, the PCB wouldhave to pay a penalty to the world governing body of the sport.”I just spoke to the Prime Minister’s secretariat today and until thegovernment has not given clearance to send the team to India for theWorld T20,” Shahryar said.”All these stories about the ICC threatening us with legal action or the Prime Minister having cleared the tour are not correct. (Also read: No pressure from ICC for WorldT20 participation, says PCB) “We have sought advice and clearance from the government to send our teamto the World event. The Prime Minister’s secretariat has said they arereviewing the situation and will let us know soon,” he added.”If we pull out our team from the World T20 then we will have to pay apenalty to the ICC,” the PCB chief said without disclosing what theamount could be.But a reliable source in the PCB told PTI that the government was likely to clear the tour to India.”It is a routine protocol that the PCB is following but all the vibes fromthe government quarters is that prime minister Nawaz Sharif will giveclearance for the team to go to India,” the source said.advertisementShahryar said the Pakistan Super League had created the expected hype and giventhe interest it created at its launch, it is here to stay.OnMonday, the country’s Cricket Board said it is not under any pressurefrom the ICC to send its team and a final decision remains solelydependent on government clearance.