Breaking News: Fernando López Takes Over as Director General of Real Zaragoza

In a recent development, Fernando López has arrived in Zaragoza to take on his new role as the director general of the prestigious football club. The new appointee, who flew in from Canada yesterday, met with the club’s employees this morning at both La Romareda and Ciudad Deportiva. The introductions were conducted by the club’s counselors Mariano Aguilar, Juan Forcén, and Cristina Llop.

“I come with a lot of excitement, enthusiasm, and humility to work as a team with each one of you,” López expressed to the staff, as reported on the Real Zaragoza’s website. The club officially announced the hiring of the 38-year-old executive from Madrid as their new director general.

Fernando López Lobete, born on May 11, 1986, holds a degree in Business Administration from the San Pablo CEU University. Prior to his current role, he served as the CEO of Atlético Ottawa, the Atlético de Madrid franchise in Canada. “I embark on a major challenge, aware of joining an entity with 92 years of history and prestige. I also approach it with responsibility and enthusiasm to contribute to the growth of the club in all its departments, with humility and respect, and the firm conviction to work diligently so that Real Zaragoza becomes a benchmark and competes with the best,” López stated in his inaugural address as the club’s director general.

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This marks a new chapter for Real Zaragoza under the leadership of Fernando López, as they aim to continue their legacy and strive for excellence in the competitive world of football.