21st Century Cracks: Torre makes Racing dream

first_imgPablo Torre (Soto de la Marina, Santander, 2003) is the youth squad who makes Racing fans dream of big things. The club, aware that its options to return to its historic place go through retaining footballers like this, has made a strong commitment to him: renovated until 2025. Thus it scared the interest of several clubs in Spain, especially the Real Sociedad.Torres is a very complete playmaker. He highlights his ability to handle the ball easily with both legs (he is ambidextrous), a virtue that makes him unpredictable for rivals. He is capable of association, dribbling, game vision and good shooting.He is in his first year of Youth, although he is indisputable with the Cantabrian team’s Division of Honor, where he usually plays against players who are two years older than him. That does not stop him from being the most outstanding of his team: 14 goals in 24 games who played before the competition stopped. He is the son of Esteban Torre, who played 222 matches as a professional in the 1990s. 131 of them were with Racing, with whom he ascended from 2nd B to First accumulating two promotions in three years. Now, his son Pablo wants to follow in his footsteps. He started playing at Marina Sport, where he aroused the interest of Racing five years ago. Since then it shines with its own light at the Nando Yosu Facilities.His talent allows Racing to also be represented in the lower teams. Pablo Torre was summoned by David Gordo for the U17 and debuted in a friendly against Italy at the Tre Fontane stadium in Rome. This year she would have gone to the U-17 Euro Cup, but has been suspended due to the coronavirus. Torre will have the opportunity to shine in higher categories …last_img

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