Sevilla chairman Jose Castro has revealed that star player Ivan Rakitic is set to sign a new deal at Ramon […]
Sevilla president Jose Maria del Nido has quit the Spanish league club after being sentenced to seven years in prison.
Del Nido presided over the most successful period in club history with a pair of UEFA Cups among the trophies won since his arrival in 2002 as president and a major shareholder.
The 56-year-old Del Nido offered apologies and defended his innocence to the club&...
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December 09, 2013
Sevilla president Jose Maria del Nido will resign from the Spanish league club after being sentenced to seven years in prison.
Sevilla says Del Nido has convened a board meeting on Monday when he will hand in his resignation. Vice president Jose Castro is expected to replace him.
Del Nido, the president since 2002, was found guilty of embezzlement and corruption relating to a case...
Pitching coach Chris Bosio, bullpen coach Lester Strode, catching coach Mike Borzello and staff assistant Franklin Font will all return to Chicago in 2014 and be joined by dugout coach Brandon Hyde, hitting coaches Bill Mueller and Mike Brumley, first base coach Gary Jones, and quality assurance coach Jose Castro.
Unfortunately, this 'stache will not be on display at GABP in '12
In case you missed it, the Redlegs made a couple minor moves earlier this week. Let's catch you up on those shall we?
A swap with the Sox...
On Tuesday the club traded minor league 2B Jose Castro to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for cash (amount undisclosed).
The 25-year old split...
The Chicago White Sox have acquired infielder Jose Castro from the Cincinnati Reds, Mark Gonzalez of The Chicago Tribune reports. The 25-year-old will be assigned immediately to Triple-A Charlotte.
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Sevilla President Jose Maria del Nido was sentenced Monday to 7 1/2 years in prison for his involvement in the embezzlement of public funds in the southern Spanish town of Marbella.
Del Nido will also have to pay the Marbella town hall $3.5 million for his role as a lawyer in the corruption ring from 1999-2003.
Marbella's former mayor, Julian Munoz, received the same sentence...