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Monday, May 28, 2012

The VCF has hired an entire staff in the last three years

Valencia has hired an entire staff in the last three years, leading its president, Manuel Llorente, the head of a club on Thursday announced its latest recruitment of Portuguese player Joao Pereira.

With this signing, twenty-two players at this time have reached the Mestalla, which had announced a week before the hiring of Jonathan Viera, from the UD Las Palmas, in the Spanish second division.

Moreover, Valencia is waiting to officially confirm the hiring of Mexican player Andres Guardado, which now belongs to Deportivo Coruna and after return to First Team Galician has confirmed his move to Valencia together.

The last three years have been marked by economic difficulties and efforts to reduce the debts of the club.

This situation forced the Valencia players to transfer important of its workforce, including highlighted the progress of the Barcelona David Villa, David Silva and Juan Mata Manchester City to Chelsea.

In contrast, in the chapter of signings, three years ago, ahead of the 2009-2001 campaign, arrived at Valencia defenders Jeremy Mathieu and Bruno Saltor and goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya, who was not sustained and was loaned to Getafe

A mid-season was considered necessary to strengthen the team and turned to winter to hiring the Argentinian Alejandro 'Chori' Dominguez, who soon after followed the same steps as Moya and is currently being transferred to River Plate.

The 2010-2011 season was marked by a greater number of transfers and up to eight new players were added to the discipline of Valencia.

Came forward Roberto Soldado, Jonas Gonçalves Aritz Aduriz and to supply the absence of David Villa and Nicola Zigic.
So did the defenses Marius Stankevicius, on loan, and Ricardo Costa and midfielders Memet Topal, Tino Costa and Sophiane Feghouli.

In the last campaign were eight other players who signed for Valencia: the goalkeeper Cristiano Pereira, who has not yet debuted with the first team in official competition, and Diego Alves, defenders Antonio Barragan, Victor Ruiz and Adil Rami, and the
midfielders Pablo Piatti, Daniel Parejo and Sergio Canales.

Therefore, the only players that remain today in the discipline Valencia and played competitive matches before Llorente's arrival to the presidency of the club are the Dutchman Hedwiges Maduro, David Albelda, Pablo Hernandez and goalkeeper Miguel Vicente Brito Guaita.

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