The future knocks on the door with authority. Proper names like Claudia pina (Seville), Bruna Vilamala and Jana Fernández (Barcelona), Laia alexandri (Athletic), Rosa Marquez (Betis), Amaiur Sarriegi (Royal Society) or Anna Torrodà (Valencia) already sound strongly in our panorama of Spanish football.
All of them were born from the year 2000 onwards, they have been habitual in the lower categories of the Spanish National Team and this season they have shone with their own light in the First Iberdrola. The award has come to many of them from the hand of the Absolute.
The convocation of Claudia pina for friendlies against Belgium and Denmark to replace the injured Jenni Beautiful it is only the first step of a generation that wants to go very far. “It has been a dream since I was little and it generates immense happiness for me. When I found out about the call I was very excited “, said the Catalan forward, who hopes” to help as much as possible and enjoy the best. ” Pina, 19, has stood out this season at Sevilla as top scorer and assistant, after arriving on loan from Barça.
Another Catalan, Laia Aleixandri, has had an essential contribution in the defense of Atlético. The 20-year-old from Santa Coloma de Gramenet has played in the League and the Champions League – against runner-up Chelsea – and has earned a place in the starting eleven due to more than merit. After proclaiming herself the European Under'19 Champion and the Under'17 World Champion with Spain, Jorge Vilda He has also noticed his talent for the Absolute.
The same has happened with Rosa Marquez, midfielder and captain of Real Betis despite her youth, another reference of this group of promises who has received the call of Vilda. “Being able to share training with the best players in Spain and the world is a luxury,” he said.
“I was studying, an unknown number called me and it was Vilda”, He pointed out at a press conference Amaiur Sarriegi, Real Sociedad forward, who was very happy for his first call-up with the National Team and for having made his debut this Thursday in the friendly against Belgium. “Many things come to mind … It is the award for work done over many years.” Also Ana Torrodà (Valencia), after passing through Barça and Espanyol, has been another of the surprises of this League and of the last call where young people have a lot to say.
Not just them. Names like Olga Carmona (Real Madrid), Nerea Eizagirre (Royal Society) or Athenea del Castillo (Depor) already sound loud. And what to say about the Catalans Bruna Vilamala, 18 years old and still with a subsidiary file, or the lateral Jana Fernandez, clear protagonists of this final of the League in which they have burst with scandal figures. The ‘Generation X’ revolution has arrived