18 February 2012

Albelda believes that it is more difficult "to be second to win at the Camp Nou"

The footballer of Valencia David Albelda finds it most difficult to "fight for second place" in la Liga"to win in the Camp Nou" in the game that will face all Valencia on Sunday.

Albelda spoke in these terms in the act of renewing his contract with Valencia which will remain at the club until at least June 2013 and also attended by club president valencianista Manuel Llorente.

Valencia captain rejected the idea that Barcelona is not your usual level of recent years, although if all trained by Unai Emery wins Sunday the Catalans will stay five points behind second place.

"Barcelona is the level itself, has had many games he deserved to win, but in this league that more smoothly and some have had more luck, is ahead," he said.

The group led by Pep Guardiola is now "ten points behind Real Madrid, but both lose very little," said Albelda, who believes that "live up to them is very difficult," but trusts "harm to in a match ". (via SPORT)