Valencia CFTOUp to nine players have broken since the arrival of Celades on the bench
It's not by chance. Some bad luck may influence, but the muscle injury crisis experienced by Valencia is sounded. Up to nine players have been falling steadily since Celades reached the bench. The explanations, that there are, are found in three determining factors.
The first isthe change of entrendor and physical preparer. The routines to which this template was used for two years and three preseason have changed suddenly. A new boss has entered the office and obviously he works with his methods. This always tends to cause muscular dysfunctions in the players and in Valencia they have multiplied.
The second point isthe vicious circlein which the equipment gets with the first injuries. Players who are healthy have to multiply their efforts. To that is added a short squad with hard-to-use soccer players like Mangala or Correia. The healthy must multiply efforts and that makes them fall into the injury and so in each game.
The last notable reason is that of theprecipitation and relapses. Celades has played soccer players who were not totally recovered and they have been injured again. The most significant image was that of Coquelin lying on the Mestalla field, holding a large bandage on his thigh. Reacada and three more weeks off.
The fact is that the team has split in half with too many players "pending evolution." Rodrigo and Kondogbia, two basic pillars, have been the last ones to get injured.The parn can help so that some of the headdresses return to the group. Ten days ahead to work on the injuries and try to recover cash for the match starts before Christmas,
. (tagsToTranslate) Valencia CF (t) First Division