Avoid Injury

Lionel Messi is not pulled if they not demolished. PEP Guardiola said commenting on a move discussed in the last game of League the azulgrana (victory against Sporting in Gijon, 0-1). You are not injured if not half accurate kick over a joint. And was not so the so televised from Tomas Ujfalusi in the Atletico-Barcelona (19 September 2010) last season under recovery time: the 29th of the same month played half an hour in Kazan against Rubin (1-1). It caused low in two League games, miercoles-domingo, an internal and external ligament sprain of his right ankle. In recent times, its muscle fibers, which were workhorse of doctors of Barcelona before 2008, resist all efforts without hardly breaks.Safe from the plague of muscular injuries plaguing the azulgrana in the last weeks, Lionel Messi remains as leader of the table of scorers despite not dial in Asturias and is waiting for you this Tuesday in Argentina to catch the new T-shirt orders Barcelona coach Alejandro Sabella, and face two matches in high demand against Chile, as local, and against Venezuela, in Puerto La Cruz. With Captain’s armband and intention to put an end once and for all the black legend about his lack of performance with the Albiceleste.In Chile, without the possibility of traveling to the great country on the other side the andian cordillera, nor much less play against Argentina, limps Alexis Sanchez, with express permission from Pep Guardiola to recover in their homeland.

The brand Catalan signing fell on 10 September the party garter belts of Anoeta with a broken biceps femoris, the injury that has been repeated on six occasions in this beginning of season. It is the most serious of all, break that occurred in the area closest to the tendon, said Dr. Ricard Pruna. Why it will take at least one month to receive the high, while Andres Iniesta, with the same muscle damaged on 13 September (Barca-Milan in the Champions League) will return to train with their colleagues within a few hours.

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