When Celades aligned the starting players against Celta, all eyes automatically rested on Alessandro Florenzi. The Italian debuted when he had barely participated in two sessions with the team and in the 52 minutes he was on the green, he showed that the coach was right to start. Thus, the Valencianista closed his participation with 25 good passes, several dangerous arrivals by the band, a shot to the squad and, above all, a defensive level more than remarkable. His performance was rewarded with a standing ovation, which chanted him. And upon reaching the bench il Capitano greeted the members of the group one by one, demonstrating that his nickname is a definition of the type of soccer player he is. With the first one he did not stop talking during the occasion to the ball stopped to be placed correctly and also to organize the ball out. And with Wass he ended up coming together so that one could hardly say that it was the first time they played together. The Italian said at the end of the game “It had been very easy to fit in” since the team has “welcomed him very well”. But in addition to the good work of the group, the side put his part to adapt on the pitch to his teammates. Therefore, he talked with two of the players who control the times of the game, Parejo and Wass.
Top Stories (AP Photo/Ryan Kang) 4 Comments Share Todd Graham may not be the head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils anymore, but he’s still up at 9 p.m. watching film.That is what the former coach told Doug and Wolf on 98.7 Arizona’s Sports Station on Thursday morning.“I want to be a head football coach. I want to run a program,” Graham said.Graham, who was fired by ASU in December following a 7-6 season, said he has had opportunities as a coordinator and as an analyst on TV. LISTEN: Todd Graham, Former ASU Football Head Coach Your browser does not support the audio element. Ballage is ranked as a top-100 prospect by ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “I’ve been very selective. I’ll only get involved with people who have the same philosophical belief that I have. I’m chomping at the bit to be back on the sideline and impacting young people,” Graham said.Graham said that part of his time off was spent at the NFL Combine with New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Through his time at the combine and coaching against several of NFL Draft prospects in the Pac-12, the coach has developed some opinions on the projected picks, especially at the quarterback position.“Hands down the most talented player is Josh Rosen,” Graham said.But that doesn’t mean he would pick Rosen if he had the choice.“If I was a team and I was drafting, out of all the quarterbacks, I would choose between (Sam) Darnold and (Baker) Mayfield. I think Mayfield has a lot of Drew Brees in him,” the coach said.Related LinksESPN’s Kiper ranks ASU’s Ballage inside top-100 of NFL DraftThe former head coach also had some high praise for running back Kalen Ballage, who Graham coached from 2013-2017 at ASU.“He is a very, very uniquely talent young man. His ability as a receiver, he is probably as natural of a route runner as any back,” Graham said. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling