He had to share a goal and live an awkward situation with the signing proposed by Constantin Galca, that of Giedrius Arlauskis. The Lithuanian goalkeeper, marked by misfortune, barely performed the 2015-16 academic year. Before the arrival of Oier, Roberto Jiménez, whose purchase was three million, became another of the failed bets. He played four parakeet matches, for three of Arlauskis. Carlos Kameni began defending the goal of Espanyol in the first season in Cornellà-El Prat (2009-10). The unforgettable Cameroonian goalkeeper opened the way that up to 13 other goalkeepers have continued, with disparate luck in the recent parakeet story. Undoubtedly, the most remembered, apart from Kameni, are Kiko Casilla and now Diego López.Alongside the Cameroonian goal, Cristian Álvarez and Javi Ruiz shared the demarcation. The second became part of the group that failed to debut at RCDE Stadium, while the first managed to be until captain of Espanyol although he came out the back door after the 2012-13 season, which coincided with the farewell of Mauricio Pochettino and Ramon Planes. Released to the bench with Javier Aguirre, the memory left by the Argentine was not the best among fans, similar to that of one of his successors, the now goalkeeper of Roma Pau López. The canterano, and the murky matter of his impossible renovation and his signing for Betis, squandered the romantic story of one of the players raised in grassroots football that reach the elite, something that happens punctually in the parakeet goal. Between these stages, goalkeepers of the base have passed that have not had the opportunity to play, as is the case of Edgar Badía, Dinu Moldovan, Germán Parreño, Andrés Prieto, Edu Frías and Adrián López. TAll of them have been summoned in some game, including Germán and currently Andrés had a record of the first team.
Take some brand building cues from a franchise that’s been doing it right for half a century.Ken Carbone, co-founder and chief creative director at Carbone Smolan Agency, offers seven brand building tips inspired by James Bond.“The Bond ‘brand’ is much bigger than any one actor,” Carbone writes, because “it is built on a solid and winning formula that has worked for more than 50 years.” It starts with a story, Carbone says, since “every great brand must have a great story.” Next, mix in some style, as “successful brands recognize that looking good is part of doing business in a design-conscious world.”Assemble partners, like Bond does with “a bevy of brands always willing and ready for the golden touch of 007.” After that, don’t be afraid to go after what your customers want. In the case of Bond, part of that happens to be sex. Include the latest technology, add a “seize-the-moment strategy to maximize brand exposure,” and be sure you have a memorable logo. Follow these tips, and you’re brand building like Bond.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis