Football

Del Bosque and the non-Villa option

13 Th7 2022 | 07:24

Since the summoning list of Spain has not been announced, NHM has been very interested in who will be chosen to replace Villa. Coach Vicente del Bosque only hinted that the opportunity is still for Torres, Llorente, Soldado and Negredo.

Spain will have a friendly match against Venezuela on February 29. The summoning of the World Cup and EURO champions for the upcoming match in Malaga is more attention than usual by the absence of the main striker David Villa (who is recovering from a long-term injury). Since the summoning list of Spain has not been announced, NHM has been very interested in who will be chosen to replace Villa.

Will Del Bosque trust Torres?

Coach Vicente del Bosque only hinted that the opportunity is still for Torres, Llorente, Soldado and Negredo. The Gaur press predicts that it is likely that both Torres and Soldado will be given the opportunity to play in the match against Venezuela. This test will help coach Del Bosque find two answers. Firstly, is Torres able to find himself again after his disastrous decline at Chelsea. Second, is Soldado reliable enough to fight with Spain at the Euro 2012 finals?

In addition to the “stunt” Villa on the attack, the position of midfielder Pique in the Spain squad is also causing a stir. After Pique was “punished” by coach Pep Guardiola in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 against Leverkusen, there were rumors that coach Del Bosque would use Puyol – Ramos for the match against Venezuela.

While fans are guessing young and old for the above possibilities, coach Del Bosque is busy attending an outside event in London. Maybe Mr. Zinc will take advantage of this opportunity to talk to Torres and Mata first if Chelsea allows.

In any case, the friendly match against Venezuela is also very important for teachers and coaches Del Bosque. Because this is the last reunion before Del Bosque makes a list of players who will attend the EURO 2012 finals in the next May.

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