📌 Respostes del quiz del #LlagosPrat: 1️⃣ Golejadors en l’últim triomf contra el Prat a casa: @ericjimenez_97 i @Musitajr10 2️⃣ Jugadors del Prat que han militat al Llagostera: @ericjimenez_97 3️⃣ Futbolistes del Llagos que han jugat al Prat: @Sascha__95 i @AndreuGuiu
El Lleida Esportiu prepara els protocols d'accès de públic per al darrer partit d'aquesta primera fase de la segona B. Un enfrontament contra l'Andorra que, ...
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