Monday, May 10, 2010

Looking to the World Cup through the eyes of La Furia

In the coming weeks, Vicente Del Bosque will be one of the coaches who will bring more attention in to the Spanish football world and there are some aspects to consider if you're a fan of World Cup 2010 betting.
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36 days before the start of the World Cup players, media and fans of the Spanish team will be on the lookout for the squad, especially when some injury problems have emerged, that no one has expect.
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Major figures such as Cesc Fabregas, Andres Iniesta and Fernando Torres are injured, while Xavi Hernandez has been showing some problems in recent weeks.
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For the Spanish national coach is clear that this is a very high number of possible absences in the national team, mainly because they could not have the physical condition to play a World Cup after recovering from injuries.
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But for all this, the positive aspect for Del Bosque is that he has an extensive list of good players, plus an operation way to work that has been characterized by the easy adaptation of the players to the group.
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Going back to injuries, so far the most troubling is the one of Fernando Torres, Liverpool striker which has gone into surgery twice in just three months.
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Undoubtedly the absence of Torres would be a blow to Spain, especially as they arrive as one of the favorites to win the title of South Africa 2010.
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However, many Spanish media have said that Torres has not 100% assured his participation in the World Cup but is expected that the "Niño" Torres only loses the first game of the Spanish national team against Switzerland.
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On the other hand, the perspectives for Fabregas and Iniesta recovery are much more encouraging and can be taken as a fact that they will be ready for June.
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Finally, the last concern for "La Roja" is midfielder Xavi Hernandez, who despite his injury in the left leg does not abandon his place in midfield for Barcelona.
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Vicente Del Bosque will show the list of 23 players selected on May 20th before traveling to Austria, where Spain will make its final preparations before South Africa.

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