17 January 2012

Cazorla believes that can come them "well" that Barça play before the Clásico


The Malaga midfielder Santi Cazorla said today, Monday, before next Sunday's visit of Barcelona to the Rose Garden that they " might come in handy "than the rival play the Clásico against Real Madrid on Wednesday in the Copa , but does not believe that " influences them a lot "because team azulgrana" is the best . "

At a press conference, Cazorla has shown disappointed his team yesterday after falling 2-1 at Sporting Gijon in added time and lose the sixth, and acknowledged that they are not " doing well "and that the Málaga "lacks a point of everything to be what they" want "to be and being where" want "to be." The Spanish international felt aggrieved by the arbitration of Del Cerro Grande , indicating that after the game he learned that the 1-0 of sportinguista Gálvez was "offside", while ensuring that the same player made ​​him "a clear penalty "when he is" alone with the goalie and the defense "would" drag "according to his version.

" He went well and was able to change the sign of the game , "said resignedly, the player Spaniard, who added, however, Malaga has to" make things better in many ways ", as the team matched to one in 87 minutes and, " as it draws, try to keep the tie and not lose in 92 minutes . " Cazorla also added that he does not judge the referees, but after the game said the play of the possible penalty to the school and was told that " he had not been clear and that was just wrong , "although" the performance the referee is complicated and must be respected . "

On the bad run of results, by bringing the team five games without a win, said that the game in Gijón was important because I could have approached the fourth. "It's a shame because it was a day of games between area rivals European we could have come much closer "to the positions of the Champions League , stressed Cazorla, but regretted that no end to "use these occasions to cut."

After returning from Asturias, the template that directs the Chilean Manuel Pellegrini began preparing for Sunday's game against Barcelona in Malaga, in a session that the group trained with Dutch striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy and Argentine defender Martin Demichelis which, with some discomfort, worked in the gym. It was also low forward jellyfish Juan Miguel Jimenez 'Juanmi' , being concentrated with the Spanish Under-19.

In a more gentle workout that made ​​headlines in Gijón and more intense for the rest, with exercise and a reduced field partidillo, were not apart of the injured midfielders Sergio Paulo Barbosa 'Duda' and Antonio Galdeano 'Apoño ' . The Portuguese was a problem in the left calf and Malaga, a low back pain. respectively. The template will rest Tuesday and return to work the next day. (via MD)