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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Braulio went live Lass

After moving to Madrid to accompany the team in the match against Getafe's Coliseum, Braulio decided to extend their stay in the capital to take advantage of the visit and watch more football. The coordinator of the technical secretariat of Valencia was in Vallecas on Sunday afternoon for live encounter between Ray and Villarreal, where he participated Lass Bangoura. The Pearl at the Mestalla Guinean love and his career is being followed closely. But the presence of African attacker rayista box was not the only motivation of Braulio, who also paid attention to fashion players like Tito right side, the midfielder and left back Michu Jose Manuel Casado. Much to do in that game, Bruno Soriano, included.

Lass was precisely one of the best players in the game, despite the defeat against Villarreal rayista (0-2). The young attacker tore off the bench and went after the break replacing Casado. Sandoval played cornet with the intention of neutralizing the first goal by Marco Ruben and Lass was the protagonist of the most dangerous actions that led to the goal defended by Diego Lopez. Speed, nerve, permanent mobility, flooding, verticality ... It was not a particularly bright afternoon for the team of Sandoval, however, the Guinean returned to make his mark.

A 'llegador' very appetizing
The impact of good season is doing Vallecano Ray has made several of his players 'stars'. Michu playmaker is one of them. The Spaniard, arrived last summer from Celtic at zero cost, has signed 13 goals in league and their freedom is estimated at four million euros. At 26, his physique and ability to reach from the second line are impressed to the point which is the third leading scorer behind national Fernando Llorente and Roberto Soldado.

Valencia right-back and looking at that position is also highlighting Titus. In his first season in Primera, former Alcorcón Alcala and has attracted the attention of bigger clubs like Manchester United. His release is estimated at six million euros.

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