Valencia CFTOAll the 'grandparents' of the Primera templates are more long-lived than the Argentine
ANDzequielGarayI met yesterday32 years. This special date for the Argentine defense will go unnoticed as more than one player who meets years if it is not because it is aboutveteran footballer who plays in the Valencia squad… But is thatin turn makes him the youngest grandfather of the 20 teams that play in First Division.
The Valencia defender is on anniversary andhe does it at a good timeafter the physical problems with which he started the season and that prevented him from playing during the first month, since he fell injured on the first stake of the season and did not return until 40 days later. He has returned as plan marshal. With presence behind and in front. But especially in its main task is to ensure that goals do not fit. It all comes down to the fact that he is Marcellin's favorite center, with whom calm, calm and stability have come.
Garay is the youngest veteran of the 20 Primera teams. They surpass all. The oldest isCamacho, the midfielderHuesca, what's wrong with it38 yearsand each team has its veteran. The Argentine is the youngest which explains a template approach where a young age average predominates. Valencia is the second youngest team.
There are five goals that mark the age limit of their templates. Iraizoz (Girona), Risk (Eibar), Diego Lpez (Espanyol), Cullar (Legans) and Moy (Real Sociedad) and it is logical because the sporting life of the goal is longer. There are six defenses. Garay (Valencia), Cabral (Celta), Pedro Lpez (Levante), Juanfran (Attico), Vermaelen (Barcelona) and Bonera (Villarreal). Six media: Camacho (Huesca), Modric (Real Madrid), Borja (Valladolid), Joaqun (Betis), Navas (Sevilla) and Manu Garca (Alavs). And three battering rams: Molina (Getafe), Guerra (Lightning) and Aduriz (Athletic).