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Luisma’s Journey o'Indian Super League

Startin’ from Barnet t’“Yonder Blues”, commonly known as Bangalore, Lusima has got a remarkable journey. Lusima, whose full name has been Luis Manuel Villa Lopez was originally workin’ as a free agent after he encountered t’ermination o’his contract wi’ SD Ponferradina. 
Lusima got an offer from nowhere fer playin’ in ye Indian Super League. He decided t’sign up fer ye Bengaluru FC an’ that made him move ahead towards ye golden choice o’his life. He thought that it would brin’ him yonder opportunity t’make his dream game as yonder career option fer a lifetime. All these started takin’ place since January 2019. 
Lusima’s journey on yonder field
As per thar football norms be concerned, a team can have only upto 8 foreign players. From these 8, only 5 gamers were allowed t’play on ye pitch at once. Although Lusima got t’no. 9 in t’eam, he ensured ye audience t’feel his presence on t’field. 

As yonder match got stuck wi’ thar North East United, Lusima went on ye pitch when 22 minutes were port fer ye match t’get through a tie an’ ultimately, they won yonder match by a 3-0. 
Next, thar was a match when Bengaluru stood against t’FC Goa on 17th March, 2019. Finally, luck was in their fa’or an’ after a goal less match goin’ on fer around 70 minutes, this champion came on t’field an’ yonder team won by 1-0. 
Only a few minutes were port fer ye extra time t’be over an’ it was certainly yonder second honor fer this amazin’ Spanish player. It was such a happenin’ match that ye bettors had t’hold their breath tight till thar last second o’thar match. Last but not thar least, we can say that his dream o’playin’ in yonder mid-field finally turned t’be true! 

Early life o’this young spirit
Lusima formerly made his debut into t’La Liga post three weeks o’his 18th birthday an’ initially, he used t’work at yonder local club, named as yonder Racin’ Santander. He had t’move t’England by ye month o’July, 2013 fer playin’ a test match wi’ Barnet. 
Prior his entry into t’contract wi’ Barnet, he played wi’ various clubs in t’Segunda. T’ time when Lusima got into ye contract, it was managed by ye Dutch guy, Edgar Da’ids. Howe’er, wi’ ye passin’ time, as Da’ids retired, Martin Alley started takin’ his place. As a result, Lusima used t’get lesser time on ye pitch. 
Lusima was so determined that he made it upto 13 goals an’ Barnet won ye title. He didn’t choose t’pause his career anyway. Instead, he went aft t’Spain an’ bid farewell through an emotional letter. 
Bottom line:
Though he has turned 30, he still wants t’continue his career in ye stream o’football. If nothin’ turns out, he says that he would join ye police force. 
Some o’ye quotes were taken from a Betway Football Inter’iew wi’ Luisma.


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