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6 hours ago, Toje said:

Yuri Ruh Dos Santos has left Trencin (Slovakia) and is now with Corellano in the Spanish 4th tier.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/124856154264683/permalink/1458420627574889/

I believe he is on loan from a 3rd tier team Peña Spor FC. 

Good find. Corellano is in Corella, in Navarra, I only know the name because they play a preseason friendly tournament vs. Izarra each year. So that is the Navarra division of Spanish 4th tier, Tercerca, Group XIII.

If he is on loan from Peña Sport de Tafalla, that is a good club they are in 2B, also in Navarra, just across the Ebro and up the road. 

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1 hour ago, Toje said:

James Stamopoulos has signed with Ergotelis in Greece. They currently play in the 2nd tier after winning promotion last season.

Maxime Blanchard (19 year old keeper from Montreal) has signed with USD Cavese in the Italian 4th tier.

http://www.tuttocalciocampano.it/la-cavese-si-presenta-annunciati-altri-due-acquisti-la-rosa-completa/

Cavese is a strong team, they're going to be pushing for Serie C this year. Last year they came 2nd and lost in the playoffs. Hopefully Blanchard can get some minutes and push to be a starter. 

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5 hours ago, Toje said:

According to transfermarkt, he is on loan from Peña Sport de Tafalla until June 30th, 2018.

https://www.transfermarkt.com/yuri/profil/spieler/483328

That is good then. Historically, in this region, Peña Sport is the strongest club after Osasuna, though they all struggle once into 3rd tier and higher, going up and down. What is surprising is that you have 80% of players who are Basque-Navarre, only a few non-Basque, and rare to find a foreigner.

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5 hours ago, Toje said:

According to transfermarkt, he is on loan from Peña Sport de Tafalla until June 30th, 2018.

https://www.transfermarkt.com/yuri/profil/spieler/483328

That is good then. Historically, in this region, Peña Sport is the strongest club after Osasuna, though they all struggle once into 3rd tier and higher, going up and down. What is surprising is that you have 80% of players who are Basque-Navarre, only a few non-Basque, and rare to find a foreigner.

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Andrew das Neves Lebre has now signed for SD Almazán in Spanish 4th tier, Tercera. So he's left Ourense for the Tercera group in Castilla-León, that is Tercera (4th tier) Group 8. His agents report this on their web, JEP Sports Management:

http://www.jepsportsmanagement.com/Perfil-jugador/index.php?id_jugador=961

He is also on the team roster on the federation website. 

He was not in the squad, and probably not yet signed, last weekend. They are playing their 2nd league game today vs. the Burgos 2nd team. 

Almazán is a small city in the province of Soria, he is going to freeze his butt off there in winter. A noble yet austere town with nice Castillian architeture on the Duero River, but a bit isolated in football terms. I just assume they are paying him a bit better than what Ourense would have offered, since I imagine he could have stayed if he'd wanted.

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