Calleri, like the Guadiana

The striker, who exercised on Monday with the group, has been convalescing for 36 days of an injury that was going to take him two to three weeks off.


One day he exercises with the rest of his teammates. Others, no. So are the last days of Jonathan Calleri, who on Monday worked with the group, on the return to training Espanyol after the draw against Getafe (1-1). It was the fifth consecutive League game that the Argentine lost, since the parakeet is more needy than ever to score.

On October 20 in Cornellà against Villarreal (0-1), in the debut of Pablo Machín as Espanyol coach, it was when Calleri was injured, with a grade 1 lesion in the left leg femoral biceps. The diagnosis showed a period of convalescence between two and three weeks, but 36 days have passed and the attacker only appears and disappears in sessions such as Guadiana. Before his absence in the call of the weekend to measure himself with Getafe, Machín stressed that “the most thorough is to be prudent,” given that Espanyol “needs Calleri to help us in all these games, now that Ferreyra will not be. ”

The specific diagnosis of 'Chucky' is not known for now, after it was Machin himself who on Saturday unveiled, after leaving him out of the list of summoned, who probably suffers from a fiber break. There are no more details, although obviously it was not exercised this Monday and points down for a few weeks.

In a similar situation you can find Matías Vargas, who was in the Sports City without appearing on the lawn and whose medical condition will be known in the next few hours; the 'Monito' barely lasted four minutes in Espanyol-Getafe, with obvious signs of pain in one of his ankles.



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