In the preview of the final of the Europa League in which Villarreal reached glory, the cameras caught the harangue of Unai emery to his family in which he asked them to enjoy “with great pride and representing the people of Pau (Torres)”. The history of the central is wonderful. Born in Vila-Real when the local team didn’t even know yet what it was like to play in First, and 25 years later he formed in the center of the rear the day in which the ‘yellow submarine’ emerged to conquer the first title of its almost centennial history.
This Thursday, along with the rest of the yellow heroes, Pau and a good part of its 50,892 countrymen celebrated in style a historic feat in a parade of champions that, accompanied by thousands of ‘groguets’ fans, traveled all over Vila-real from Ermita street to the stadium of The ceramic, where it ended with a private party for players, club workers and friends. “To be able to lift the first title in the history of Villarreal And celebrating it with the fans in these tough times is incredible. It is a dream come true, we are very happy, “he said. Gerard Moreno during the parade.
With a total of 50,893 inhabitants according to the census, since last Wednesday Vila-Real it is among all the towns whose soccer teams have achieved a European title the one with the smallest population. He unseated the Belgian Mechelen (about 100,000). “This town and this team were used to living in Tercera and Segunda B until the arrival of Mr. Roig. What they are living now is thanks to him, “he said. Emery extolling the figure of the president.
The aforementioned Unai emery He asked his players that in the final against him Manchester United They represented the people of Pau, and their pupils did it in the best possible way. The VillarrealAn exemplary club with exemplary management and constant growth, taking great care of the quarry and without stretching the arm more than the sleeve, it will reap many more successes once the bottle has been uncorked. But this first drink, like all the first times, will not be forgotten. “’Endavant, groguets’!