.: MAIN PAGE
Main Page
.: NEWS
News
England
Italy
Spain
Other
Search
NewsFeed
.: EXTRA
Features
.: COMMUNITY
Ask Us
Competitions
Messageboard
Your Commments
Newsletter
Emails to Editor
.: BETTING
Picks Exchange
.: OTHER
Mobile/WAP
.: WEBMASTER
RSS Feeds





Isco wants Spain starting berth

Isco has said he wants to be a part of the Spain squad in the long term but recognises he has a big fight on his hands.

The Malaga midfielder is an up and coming star but Spain have a multitude of similar fleet of foot creative forwards.

“In truth, my position is difficult to compete for, here are the best players in the world,” Isco told reporters.

“Gradually, if I keep doing things, I may have the opportunity to stay. I am here and will try to do well and help the team.

“We are accustomed to watching them play…they are the champions of the world and Europe. The best.

“I am fortunate to be sharing a dressing room with them and I will try to take the opportunity to be here.”


05.02.13 Subscribe to RSS Feed
Share this article:
Facebook Delicious Digg


Your Comments

Be the first to comment this news



Latest news on Ontheminute.com:
Man Utd star out for a month
Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is set for a month on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
[ Read more ]



Copyright © 2001-2012, OnTheMinute.com
Contact Us, Job Opportunities, Privacy Policy, Webmasters, Advertising

To the top of the website


::: ENGLAND :::

Man Utd star out for a month
Arsenal trio sign new deals
Holtby wants Spurs exit

» More News

::: ITALY :::

Juventus desperate to sign Man Utd winger
AC Milan and Spurs target rules out Sao Paulo exit
Roma and Lyon join Liverpool in chase for PSG star

» More News

::: SPAIN :::

Real Madrid keen on Chelsea defender
Real Madrid boss rules out Arsenal move for Morata
Liverpool keeper keen on Barcelona move

» More News

::: OTHER :::

St Etienne want £18m for Chelsea and Man Utd target
Agent confirms Besiktas interest in Man City star
Arsenal, Napoli and Bayern Munich target rules out Marseille exit

» More News