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Gearing up before heading to Galicia

Víctor Sánchez del Amo’s team returned to training this morning at the Ciudad de Málaga, the final session ahead of Dépor-Málaga tomorrow.

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An initial warm-up, rounds in groups, finishing exercises and technical work with the ball on the full pitch formed the basis of the pre-match training session which saw goalkeeper, Werner re-join the group. In regard to yesterday’s session, he was the only new addition to the team as Lombán, Cifuentes, Juankar and Seleznov remain out of the group dynamic (the latter three stepped on to the pitch under the supervision of physical trainer, Manu Gestoso). In addition, N’Diaye remains absent on international duty with the Senegal national team.

As with recent training sessions, goalkeeper Kellyan represented the MCF Academy along with regular fixtures Iván Rodríguez, Keidi Bare, Jack Harper and Hicham.

This afternoon, the called-up players will fly to A Coruña the day before #DéporMálaga, corresponding to the first leg (21:00, Riazor) of the first promotion play-off tie to LaLiga Santander.

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