La Universidad de Los Bañons has hired an English writer to work on its obituars.
The club, founded in 1888 by Francisco “Toto” de Castro, had been struggling financially as it struggled to survive on the sale of the club’s naming rights.
It also struggled to attract the players it wanted to sign.
Now, it is on track to make its first-ever Spanish-language obituar.
It will be written by the club and a local journalist, according to the club.
The obituarist will be Francisco Castro, a columnist who has been covering the club for more than 20 years, the club said in a statement.
“In his capacity as editor of the newspaper, Mr. Castro will be responsible for the writing of the obituary.
He will contribute to the news and opinion of the paper and, through his work, bring the reader closer to the past, present and future of this club,” the club added.”
The obit will be translated into Spanish and be available in Spanish newspapers throughout Spain, as well as in the United States and Europe.”
The newspaper will have an obit from July 11, 2018.
The team has already published an obituuary for its first team players, and a few players have been on the squad for a number of games this season.
However, a number have not been on a regular basis, and they will have to be recalled if they are not on the pitch for a particular match.