Almeria develop their ball mastery and fitness at Juegos Mediterraneos

The squad’s last training session is to take place on Thursday before travelling to SD Ponferrada

The Rojiblancos are keenly aware of the difficulty and importance of the away match against Ponferradina

The challenge is clear, so nerve ends will be frayed. Almería make the most of their few training days in the best possible conditions for the upcoming league match. The next fixture has been scheduled for Friday, at 9 p.m. at the Ponferradina’s home pitch. It will definitely be a really complicated match due to how much the hosts have at stake regarding their fight for promotion to the First Division. There is hardly anything to play for…

Moreover, the squad are working on two fronts; on the one hand, the physical and mental fatigue they are suffering from and on the other hand, putting into practice the football drills that the players will display at El Toralín in order not to drop the three points. Almería not only worked out intensively at Juegos Mediterraneos but also in the medical room and the bodybuilding room because those who played the most minutes lately were undertaking alternative and specific training, in addition to following their physiotherapists advice.