Four seasons in a row he has been playing the Madrid striker as a professional (between 2012 and 2014 he had participated in Second A with Castilla, practically in young age), since he ended up on loan at the Cordoba in 2015-16. In that campaign, De Tomás scored six goals, of which up to five came in the second round, and that only disputed four days as a starter. One course later, history was repeated with the Valladolid, again in Second A, although with more participation in the second half of the championship (14 titles) and scoring ten of its 14 goals from all over LaLiga. And the tempowered last, already in First, De Tomás was able to materialize six targets in the second round, of the 14 he did with Lightning in LaLiga. 17 of the 19 days he disputed them as headline and complete.So, in these last four consecutive years as a professional has marked 20 goals in the first laps (five per course) and 38 in the second: an average of 9.5 per season. Such a record would surely be worth salvation. It is the highest signing in the history of Espanyol. 20 million fixed, plus 2.5 variables and another in training rights that make it a bet as risky as determined on which to deposit a good part of the weight in the struggle for permanence. Raúl de Tomás assumes the challenge, as he assured in his presentation now a week ago, and his own scoring numbers endorse him. It’s a ‘killer’ of second laps, just the section that the parrots begin this Sunday against Villarreal. The debut of RDT in LaLiga. The climax, however, would come the following campaign, contributing decisively to the Rayo Vallecano promotion with a whopping 17 goals in the second round (with up to three ‘hat-tricks’), of the 24 he ended up scoring. There he did participate in 19 days of the game, of the 21 that make up each lap in Second.
EXCLUSIVE: An Irish-American businessman has confirmed that he has bought the Ostan na Rosann Hotel in Dungloe and hopes to create 35 jobs when it re-opens next summer.Kevin Boyle, whose father Patrick was originally from Eighter Island between Burtonport and Arranmore, confirmed to Donegal Daily he has bought the hotel.Kevin said he wants to rebuild a hotel that the local people of Dungloe and the surrounding areas can be proud of. “I am so pleased to be in a position to make an investment in the Rosses by purchasing the hotel. I do know that my father would have approved of this venture,” he told us.“It is my intention to ensure that the refurbishment and re-modeling will be carried out to the highest standards and that the work will involve locals as for as possible.“Dungloe has been without a hotel for some years and we are hopeful that we can play our part in ensuring that Dungloe will have a hotel that the local people can be proud of. We hope to contribute to the tourism sector and provide jobs in the area,” stated Kevin.Kevin’s father emigrated to Chicago in 1946 and and graduated from DePaul University with an accountancy degree. He joined Schulze & Burch biscuit company in the late 50s and later became its president and Chief Executive Officer.Upon Patrick’s death in 2007, Kevin assumed the role of CEO.As a young man he was a frequent visitor to the Rosses accompanied by his parents and siblings when they visited his aunt Bridget McGinley from Burtonport and his late uncle Eddie Mickey Dan.Now that the purchase has been finalised the new owner will shortly embark on the works and he is confident that the hotel will be completed and open for business by summer 2016. 35 NEW JOBS AS SON OF DONEGAL EMIGRANT BUYS DUNGLOE HOTEL was last modified: July 13th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:hotelKevin BoyesOstan Na Rossansoold read more