Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Giner puts in the hands of the coaching staff

Fernando Giner, a member of the board of Valencia, said today that the coaching staff must decide on the delay of the Portuguese Miguel Brito to training on Sunday and said "is responding to a high level" in the field that is " as we want. "

According to different published media, Miguel arrived late for training on Sunday, a delay that binds to various incidents involving the Portuguese defender in Valencia.

"It's a decision you have to take the coaching staff over all. Miguel is obviously an important player and this season is responding to a high standard that is how we in the field," said Giner.

The counselor and exfutbolista of Valencia made the remarks in his visit Levante next to the player Victoriano Rivas 'Nano' to a school in Valencia in a talk sponsored by UNICEF and the Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE).

"You have to see the causes as well, a player who has committed a series of indiscipline in his day, as it has come back onto the road, there to see why maybe he fell asleep the other day, do not really know what it was. There to give too much importance, "he said.

"The coach must be clear and what is clear, I'm sure and if you choose any option that will respect and will respect the club," he said.

In addition, Giner also referred to "good time" of Valencia in the league and opted past the first round of the Champions League, for which Valencia will at least draw against Chelsea next week.

"Valencia is in good time and you have to use it. We are confident to win at Chelsea. It would be a disappointment because people are convinced and want a title, but it would be a failure," he said.

"Nobody can say that the players leave everything to win, things can happen but is able to win and advance to the next phase," he said.


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