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The grind does not stop; Radovanovic back in collective training

The Rojiblancos are focused on preparing for next Saturday's home match against CA Osasuna. Bruno Langa also trains normally. Marezi works out on the sidelines. The internationals have not returned yet

The grind does not stop at the Power Horse Stadium. Next Saturday, UD Almería will be hosting CA Osasuna from 4:15pm (Spanish Time). The Rojiblancos have begun their preparation, having four more training sessions ahead of them apart from the one carried out this Monday morning. Centre-back Radovanović, who has been recovering from some muscle discomfort, has already rejoined the group, just like Bruno Langa, who during the first days of last week was being treated in the medical room. Both, except unforeseen events, are available. 

Furthermore, head coach Pepe Mel will be able to count for his second official match in driving seat and first one at home, on Edgar and Lopy, who were absent due to game bans in Las Palmas. The internationals are going to arrive over the next few days and the backroom team will have to check on their fitness: Lopy (Senegal), Baba (Ghana), César Montes (Mexico), Choco Lozano (Honduras) and Marc Pubill (Spain U21). 

On the other hand, Marezi, with slight discomfort, has been doing tailored work-outs on the Anexo pitch, while UD Almería 'B' players Marcos Peña and Paco Sanz have trained with the first teamers. This Tuesday, a new session will be delivered on the Anexo. On Wednesday, training will take place at the Power Horse Stadium.

El Almería, bajo las órdenes de Pepe Mel, ha comenzado el trabajo de la semana
Ramazani intenta superar a Maximiano
Los rojiblancos se han ejercitado en el Anexo
Pugna entre Bruno Langa y Arribas
Paco Sanz, del filial, ha vuelto a entrenar con la primera plantilla, lo mismo que Marcos Peña