Valencia CFTOFrom the Young Boys to Getafe 67 hours and 35 minutes have passed, the least of the Europeans
Valencia is suffering at the moment what it is to play two high level competitions like Liga and Champions. It causes theplayers go overloadingand a point has arrived at which each factor influences the physical aspect of the team.To all this is added a calendar that does not allow even a slight respiteto those of Marcelino.
Play in the early afternoon of today before theGetafeand since the game ended before theYoung Boys, on wednesday,the team has had 67 hours and 35 minutes of margin. This figure will be meaningless if it is not because it is aboutChampions team(once analyzed schedules and breaks of the four that play before and after a European duel)who has less rest / recuperation timefrom one party to another.
Marcelino has been explaining for weeks that the physical problems of the team have a difficult solution with matches every three or four days. Something acceptable for how the competition is set up, but there are no slight concessions.The duel in Getafe has one more twist. Valencia is the Champions team that has had the least margin of time to recover this season.
Valencia-Getafe (arrives after67.35 hoursafter the VCF-Y. Boys)
Attico-R. Society (arrives after70 hoursafter the Dortmund-Attalico)
Real Madrid-Espanyol (arrives after70 hoursafter R. Madrid-Rome)
Inter-Barcelona (arrives after70.30 hoursafter the Rayo-Barcelona)
Mnaco-Atticico (arrives after72.45 hoursafter the Attico-Eibar)
Young Boys-Valencia (arrives after73 hoursafter Valencia-Legans)
The team that has had the most rest in this cycle of matches:
Barcelona-Girona (arrives after119.05 hoursafter Barcelona-PSV)