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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Miguel is now available for the 'end' of AZ

Is now available. After six weeks off, Miguel Brito again be available for the important Unai Emery Thursday's game against AZ in Mestalla. The right side yesterday completed the training session to keep pace with his companions, and the meetings on Friday and Saturday, and already discharged. The Portuguese made the practice game, which raised the technical session with team players and youth, and is prepared to strengthen the team, once forgotten the hamstring two to three centimeters hamstring he suffered in the leg left on 19 February. Another who also had no trouble making a good pace the session is Sergio Canales, although the return to the Cantabrian team could still be waiting a week because it takes a long time sidelined with a serious injury.Luso defender was injured in the first part of the league match which pitted his team to Barcelona. A significant drop for Valencia that was responsible for supply, mostly Antonio Barragan, who has played four of the five games in the league and the matches against PSV at the Mestalla, and AZ in Holland. The other to cover Michael has been Bruno, though with less minutes. Despite his absence, Michael has played more minutes than their 'rivals' for a place at the right side of Valencia, although not the first time you lose games, in this case eleven meetings this season through injury.The player already has a medical discharge and is one more in training for Emery. In yesterday's session, Michael was part of the defense, along with Brown, Dealbert and Jordi Alba in partidillo organized coach, where were the first team players who were not holders against Levante, who also exercised at the Mestalla after the game, and players from the reserves and youth. An intensive workshop for the Luso recovers match fitness. Another point of attention of the training was Sergio Canales, who already faces the stretch in your set-up after the knee injury he suffered at the start of the campaign.

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