Velasco rejoins the work of Logroño together with his sights set on Bidasoa
The Franjivinos get better for the match in opposition to the irundarras Rubiño, who has misplaced 5 kilos, and Javi Romeo
Having overcome the primary nationwide group break of the season, Ciudad de Logroño returned to normalcy yesterday with their sights set on their subsequent purpose, Bidasoa, who go to the Palacio de los Deportes subsequent Saturday at 9:00 p.m. Junior internationals Javi Rodríguez and Edu Ortiz, in addition to coach Miguel Ángel Velasco, Chema Rodríguez’s technical assistant with the Hungarian nationwide group, rejoined yesterday a squad that, attributable to low numbers, continued to work final week.
It’s that along with the absence of the internationals, the second coach Chete Martínez couldn’t rely on the injured Leo Dutra, Edu Cadarso, Ángel Rivero and Juan Palomino. A listing to which goalkeeper Sasha Markelau joined, with a throat an infection that prevented him from exercising usually.
The excellent news is that through the week of the break Álex Rubiño returned to work, who attributable to a robust flu missed the match in opposition to Ángel Ximénez Puente Genil who took Logroño within the final breath attributable to a cease by Markelau in opposition to the ex-Franjivino Javier Garcia. The winger, who spent per week in mattress, misplaced 5 kilos within the course of. Javi Romeo additionally trains usually.
Markelau, who suffered a throat an infection, joined the casualty listing final week.
Juan Palomino, who’s recovering from a torn hamstring, will hardly play on Saturday
In line with the membership’s medical employees, the injured “progress adequately” though it is extremely unlikely that any of them, like Palomino, who can be masking the 4 weeks off, will be capable to play in opposition to Bidasoa.
Edu Cadarso’s return to the courts remains to be unknown, as is Leo Dutra’s, who has been in rehabilitation for nearly eight months since present process surgical procedure in February for a cruciate ligament in his knee that was torn on the stadium’s pitch. Infinite. Rivero, who has a plaster forged on his left arm after his fall in opposition to Huesca, has a restoration interval of two months, so he might reappear in December.