Ulloa’s injury opened the doors of ownership to Piovaccari which, between League and Cup, adds up to 799 minutes. Of the twelve league matches in which he has participated, the striker has started in five (Mirandés, Elche, Albacete, Las Palmas and Girona) and has made full in the KO Tournament. The Italian points to eleven against Lugo, a match he will face full of morals and with the firm intention of extending his idyll with the goal. It should be remembered that last season he scored a total of thirteen goals with Cordoba. Piovaccari signed for Rayo last summer, since he had a profile of Paco Jémez’s taste. Precisely the coach was one of those who was most satisfied with the work of the Italian in Lasesarre: “The strikers live and feed on the goal, they are happier when they score. He is always there and shows his face when we need him. It will do you good to calm down and gain confidence. He has made a very complete match in a very difficult field. I am very happy for him, he deserved this match and this goal to claim“. Federico Piovaccari already knows what it is to mark with the Strip. The 35-year-old striker premiered as a striker scorer in the Copa del Rey match against Barakaldo. The Italian was the author of 0-2 definitive, after De la Fuente Ramos previously canceled two goals. “For a forward marking is everything. This last month I am having more opportunities to play and occasions, but many times it is luck that determines where the ball goes“, confessed the Italian, who celebrated with rage that first target wearing the Vallecana shirt.
The 31st class of ASA DuPont Young Leaders began their leadership journey at DuPont Pioneer headquarters in Johnston, Iowa, last week.The Johnston training session was the first phase of a program designed to identify new and aspiring leaders and provide them with opportunities to enhance their skills and network with other growers. Representatives from 23 states and Canada participated in training that included educational and skill-building components.“The ASA DuPont Young Leader Program has had a tremendous impact on not only ASA but the entire agricultural industry,” said Ray Gaesser (Iowa), ASA President. “By identifying new and aspiring agricultural leaders and then providing them with training that enhances their leadership skills and grows their peer network, the Young Leader program strengthens our industry and allows us to work more collaboratively in our local, state and national organizations. The participants in this year’s class are impressive; they are extremely knowledgeable, talented and passionate about agriculture.”The 2015 class of ASA DuPont Young Leaders are: Kyle Bridgeforth, Ala.; James Bisswanger, Ark.; Dave McEachren, Canada; Nick Wurl, Ill. Adam & Hannah Steen, Ind.; Morey & Rhonda Hill, Iowa; Andrew & LaVell Winsor, Kan.; Andrew & Jenny Alford, Ky.; Brennan & Serena Gilkison, Ky.; Odis Hill, La.; Matthew Doss & Stephanie Francis, Mich.; Aaron Yaggie, Minn.; Ryan and Wendy Wondercheck, Minn.; John Mark Looney, Miss.; Bill Hayen, Mo.; Amanda Fairley, Neb.; Brent & Brenda Svoboda; Neb.; Brad Macauley, N.Y.; Christopher & Cherish Naylor, N.C.; Jarred Billadeau N.D.; Dan & Cindy Sturgill, Ohio; Cliff & Hailey Barron, S.C.; Antron Williams, S.C.; Brandon Wipf, S.D., John Dodson & Kristi Kosman, Tenn.; Chase & Jessica Ann Hickman; Tex.; Glenn Dye, Va.; and Brad & Nicole Kremer, Wis. Also pictured, ASA President Ray Gaesser, Iowa and First Vice President Wade Cowan, Tex.“Agriculture faces many challenges and opportunities as American farmers work to help meet the growing global demand for food,” said Randy Wanke, senior manager of Industry Relations, DuPont Pioneer. “We are proud to support the young leader program, which is developing the future growers needed to capture those opportunities and meet those challenges.”