Where were the Spanish soccer players who play in Asia and Oceania born?

first_imgIsaías SánchezAl Wakrah (Qatar)Sabadell (CAT) Marc MuniesaAl Arabi (Qatar)Lloret de Mar (CAT) Ernesto AmanteguiSamut Prakan (Thailand)Oviedo (AST) Soccer playerTeam (Country)Birthplace (Community) Which autonomous community contributes more Spanish players to the elite of foreign soccer? In the previous chapter we discovered that Catalonia dominates in America, will it do the same in Asia? In total, 68 professionals born in Spain compete in one of the highest categories of the most populated continent on Earth. Maldives, Japan or India have Spanish soccer players. Also Oceania, where the procession is reduced to seven representatives. Catalonia, again at the forefrontAs it happened with America, Catalonia is, with 12 soccer players, the autonomous community that contributes the most professionals to the elite of Asian soccer. Fernando Recio and Jordi Tarrés play in Hong Kong’s Lee Man, while Ferrán Corominas (FC Goa), Dimas Delgado and Albert Serrán (Bengaluru) and Piti Medina (Jamshedpur) do so in India. Sergi Samper (Vissel Kobe) and Isaac Cuenca (Vegalta Sendai) compete in Japan, and Raúl Rodríguez (Al Arabi) does it in Kuwait. Víctor Vázquez (Umm Salal), Marc Muniesa (Al Arabi) and Isaías Sánchez (Al Wakrah) play in Qatar.Catalan footballers in Asia Seven Spaniards play in OceaniaIf there are 68 in the Asian soccer elite, Oceania only has seven Spanish soccer players competing in the First Division. Diego Castro and Juande Prados (Perth Glory), Markel Susaeta (Melbourne City), Gerrard Garriga (Waitakere) and Ángel Berlanga, Albert Riera and Eñaul Zubikarai (Aucland City).Where were the Spanish footballers playing in Oceania born Cristian CeballosAl Wakrah (Qatar)Santander (CANT) Victor VazquezUmm Salal (Qatar)Barcelona (CAT) Sergi SamperVissel Kobe (Japan)Barcelona (CAT) Piti MedinaJamshedpur (India)Reus (CAT) Edu GarciaATK (India)Zaragoza (ARA) Raúl RodríguezAl Arabi (Kuwait)Barcelona (CAT) Soccer playerTeam (Country)Birthplace (Community) Hugo LopezDhofar (Oman)Gijón (AST) Albert RieraAuckland City (New Zealand)Barcelona (CAT) Markel SusaetaMelbourne City (Australia)Eibar (PV) Juanan GonzalezBengaluru (India)Palma de Mallorca (BAL) Juande PradosPerth Glory (Australia)Alicante (VAL) Jordi TarrésLee Man (Hong Kong)Barcelona (CAT) In second position, with nine representatives, the Community of Madrid and Andalusia are equal.. For Madrid residents Álvaro Negredo (Al Nasr), Aitor Monroy and David Grande (Jamshedpur), Marcos Tébar (Odisha), Sergio Cidoncha (Kerala), Rufino Segovia (Selangor), Gabi Fernández (Al Sadd), Álvaro Mejía (Al Shahaniya) and Javier Patiño (Ratchaburi). The Andalusian ‘Navy’ is made up of Pedro Conde (Al Ahli Shabab), Bienve Marañón and Manuel Herrera (Ceres Negros), Manu Gavilán (Happy Valley), Tiri Espinosa (Jamshedpur), Carlos Delgado (Odisha), Álex Gálvez (Qatar SC) , Carli de Murga (Chonburi) and Álvaro Silva (Bangkok Glass).Bengaluru & nbsp; (Facebook) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The canary Nili Perdomo celebrates a goal in IndiaBengaluru (Facebook) Jorge OrtíPegasus (Hong Kong)Zaragoza (ARA) Albert SerránBengaluru (India)Barcelona (CAT) David RochelaPort FC (Thailand)As Pontes (GAL) Dani CancelaKitchee (Hong Kong)A Coruña (GAL) Manuel OnwuOdisha (India)Tudela (NAV) Xisco HernándezOdisha (India)Palma de Mallorca (BAL) Eñaut ZubikaraiAuckland City (New Zealand)Ondarroa (PV) Edu BediaFC Goa (India)Santander (CANT) Fernando RecioLee Man (Hong Kong)Barcelona (CAT) Alberto BotíaAl Wehda (Saudi Arabia)Farmhouses (MU) Sergio CastelJamshedpur (India)Artea (PV) With seven representatives appears Canary Islands, whose standard bearers are Yaki Yen (Qingdao Huanghai), Jonathan Viera (Beijing Guoan), Nili Perdomo (Bengaluru), Aridane Santana (Odisha), Mandi Sosa (ATK), Néstor Gordillo (Hyderabad) and Sergio Suárez (Port FC). Castilla La Mancha contributes six footballers to the elite of Asian football -Gaspar Panadero (Al Wahda), Noe Acosta (Jamshedpur), Agus García (ATK), Alfonso de la Cruz (PSS Sleman), Andrés Iniesta (Vissel Kobe) and Ángel Carrascosa (Foakaidhoo) -, one more than Castilla y León -Carlos Peña (FC Goa), Javi Hernández and Víctor Mongil (ATK), Rafa López (Hyderabad) and Toti (Bangkok Glass) – and the Community Valencian -Manuel Bleda (Kitchee), Mario Arqués (Kerala), Xavi Torres (Al Arabi) and the brothers Kiko and Natxo Insa (Johor FC) -.Cantabria basin with four representatives: Osmar Ibáñez (FC Seoul), Edu Bedia (FC Goa), Fran Dorronsoro (Odisha) and Cristian Ceballos (Al Wakrah). Galicia, Aragon, Islands Balearics and Asturias, with two, and Murcia, Basque Country and Navarre, with one, they close the Spanish committee in Asia. In total, 15 autonomous communities, four more than in America, are represented in the elite of Asian football.Cantabria, Galicia, Aragón, Baleares, Asturias, Murcia, the Basque Country and Navarra Osmar IbáñezFC Seoul (South Korea)Santoña (CANT) Soccer playerTeam (Country)Birthplace (Community) Fran DorronsoroOdisha (India)Torrelavega (CANT) Ferran CorominasFC Goa (India)Banyoles (CAT) Dimas DelgadoBengaluru (India)Santa Coloma de Gramanet (CAT) Angel BerlangaAuckland City (New Zealand)Madrid (MAD) Isaac CuencaVegalta Sendai (Japan)Reus (CAT) Diego CastroPerth Glory (Australia)Pontevedra (GAL) Gerard GarrigaWaitakere (New Zealand)Monells (CAT)last_img read more

Leading Writers Call Attention to International Maternal Health

first_img ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on January 19, 2010November 13, 2014Click 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 email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Over the weekend, New York Times op-ed columnist Nicholas Kristof and widely published freelance writer Elayne Clift wrote columns exploring key maternal health issues. Kristof raised the neglected issue of micronutrients and the role they play in ensuring safe pregnancy and healthy babies. He noted that this issue is rarely covered in the media, even though access to proper nutrition is a crucial element of health, particularly during pregnancy. The MHTF could not agree more and we are pleased that Nicholas Kristof is drawing attention to this important issue.Clift’s article, which explored the role of political will in shaping women’s access to maternal health, provides an excellent complement to Kristof’s article, by exposing many of the factors that keep issues like micronutrients out of the news and off of the political radar. Clift also provided an overview of efforts to change this, noting that the MHTF is one of a number of ongoing projects to mobilize the maternal health community and build political will for policies and practices that make pregnancy safer. In her column, Clift quoted MHTF editorial board member Jeremy Shiffman, and mentioned his seminal October 2007 Lancet article on generating political priority for maternal health. Clift also quoted Ana Langer, President of EngenderHealth, and Ann Starrs, President of Family Care International, one of the MHTF’s partners.Kristof’s piece, World’s Healthiest Foods, can be accessedhere.Clift’s piece, Safe Motherhood Revisited, can be accessed here.The MHTF encourages you to take a look at both of these articles—and to share your comments in the comment section.Share this:last_img read more