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The great secret of success at La Real is his firm commitment to the quarry. This policy is the reason that supports the identity of the club and in these good times, it is a good time to boast with credit the commandments that prevail in Zubieta. The football director Roberto Olabe, provides a series of figures at the ‘Marca sport weekend’ convention that he attended this weekend.

“In the last 20 years, 660 players from more or less 130 agreed clubs have joined,” he explains. Olabe. His “average stay” in Zubieta has lasted “seven and a half years”, as clarified by the top sports manager of the Real. Reaching the first team is a select achievement. In the Real it is pursued with such conviction that the percentages describe the fulfillment of the objectives. 71 players recruited for Zubieta between 2002 and 2021 have debuted in the Real, 7%, according to reveals Olabe.

The football director speaks of the “identity model”, recalls that “Gipuzkoa is the smallest province in Spain” and claims that “we want to compete in the League with 60% of home-made players”. La Real is the leader of the First Division with 14 homegrown players making up its first squad. Imanol Sheriff, a coach forged in Zubieta, has made their debut with five Sanse players this season.