Pablo Sicilia may be the third player to reach 150 games with CDT this season

If there is one team who have affected player Pablo Sicilia in his professional career without doubt it is C. D. Tenerife. The blue and white defender is one game short of 150 games played in the league for the island team. In this way he is very close to the figures recently reached by Sergio Aragoneses & Ricardo.
The game this Wednesday against Granada CF might be for Pablo Sicilia his 150th game with the blue and white shirt on. The island defender arrived to play for the team in the season 2006/07 and since then has always played a high number of games each season. The statistics for these years speak for themselves: 38 games (06/07), 32 (07/08), 36 (08/09), 34 (09/10) & 9 (10/11).
After passing through the junior teams of Atlético de Madrid including some minutes in the first team, Pablo Sicilia accepted the offer to come to Tenerife and started his professional career. Before that he had played in the second B league and here he had the chance to make the step to the silver level of Spanish football.
He made his debut in Almería-CDTenerife which was a triumph for the Canarians with the result 0-1. Then there were another 148 more games of which 34 were in the BBVA League. In this year an unfortunate injury in the final of the Trofeo Teide he was unable to compete. Two weekends ago he started against Ponferrada and scored the only goal. And he also started in the derby last weekend, against UD Las Palmas.
This Wednesday he will be in the Heliodoro Rodríguez López stadium for the game against Granada CF (20:30 ). If the new CD Tenerife, trainer Antonio Tapia, lets him play, Pablo Sicilia will have played 150 league games for the blue and whites. With this the objetive to add three vital points to their total and bring them loser to the safety positions in the table.

The CD Tenerife first squad trainer this morning in the Heliodoro Rodríguez López with closed doors.

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