Evan Dimas Spanish club Llagostera

After a long rumor surrounding of his next trial, the golden boy of Indonesian football and current captain for the U-23 national team, Evan Dimas Darmono or better known as Evan Dimas finally scores a trial with Spanish club or second division football club of UE Llagostera based in Girona, Catalonia. The arrival of young Evan Dimas, on trial period, brings the leapt to fame of the Catalan team in the Southeast Asian country, especially in Indonesia. The impact of the news was clearly reflected in social media, in Twitter, Llagostera was trending topic in Indonesia for several hours. All this thanks to the great fame and notoriety of Dimas in his home country. However it is unclear of how long the trial for Evan Dimas at Llagostera will run for, but everyone in Indonesia for sure will be happy if he can break into the team this season. Aside from it, the skilfull midfielder went to the match between his club and Palamos CF the day he visited the home stadium, in which the team from Liga Adelante won 0-2. Now, Evan Dimas will work to convince the current manager, Oriol Alsina and try to become the first Indonesian player of the history of La Liga. For more information about Evan Dimas and his current trial for the Spanish club UE Llagostera, feel free to follow his official Twitter account or through the official La Liga website.

The Segunda División or Second Division of the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional or the Liga Adelante for sponsorship reasons is the second-highest division overall in the Spanish football league system after the Liga BBVA where Barcelona FC and Real Madrid play. This championship was created in 1929 by the Royal Spanish Football Federation. Since 1983 it has been organized by the LFP. On August 16th 2006, the LFP reached an agreement with the banking group BBVA for sponsorship of the Segunda División renaming the league Liga BBVA. On June 4th 2008, the league was renamed Liga Adelante, after the BBVA slogan, “Adelante” or “Go ahead” in Spanish because of the BBVA sponsorship extending to La Liga, which carried the Liga BBVA name. Since the 2010 and 2011 season, a play-off has been played between teams in positions 3 through 6, to determine the team that promotes to La Liga with the top two in the league table. As of 2010 and 2011 season, the league contains 22 teams that play each other home and away for a 42 match season. Each year three teams are promoted to La Liga. The top two teams earn an automatic promotion. The third team to be promoted is the winner of a play-off between the next four best qualified teams in positions 3 through 6 with reserve teams are not eligible for promotion. The play-offs comprise two-legged semi-finals followed by a two-legged final. The bottom four are relegated to Segunda División B.

Evan Dimas Spanish club Llagostera

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