By Andrew Atkinson
Hector Pizana was back home in Los Montesinos, staging his summer Football course at the town’s Municipal stadium, that was well supported by the future stars in the game.
“The summer football school was excellent for the youth of today, who thoroughly enjoyed the training,” goalkeeper Hector 24, told me.
Participants received a campus uniform football kit and Diploma in taking part: “The young players enjoyed the course, in learning how to improve their skills,” said Hector.
Pizana, who finished his graduation with Valencia CF, was on hand to educate both boys and girls, born between 2003-13, during June 17-21.
Hector kicked off his career at Valencia B in the 2013-14 season, switching to Albacete Balompié, in July 2014, in the Tercera División.
“The youngsters’ improved their skills, including goalkeeper training,” said Hector, who penned a new three-year contract at Albacete in 2015.
Hector, who made his Albacete first team debut against UE Llagostera in the Copa del Rey in September 2015, was promoted to the first team in Segunda División B during the 2016-17 campaign.
Hector, whose contract with Alba ended in 2018, joining CDA Navalcarnero in the third tier, in July 2018, said: “The course involved tactical, physical, and cognitive skills – working through a comprehensive methodology.”