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Better News On The Injury Front

Better News On The Injury Front

Paulo Sousa has received a boost today with the news that Guillem Bauza and Gary Monk return to pre-season training ahead of schedule.

Both players had operations in the Summer to cure their injury problems. Monk struggled with a back injury towards the end of last season and Bauza had an ankle problem.

Both players are back earlier than expected, Monk trained today and Bauza will also join in on Friday.

Angel Rangel should also join up with his team-mates soon, having struggled with a groin problem this week.

There's also good news for Marcos Painter who's recovering well after he too had an operation recently. He suffered a cruciate ligament injury in October 2008 and missed the rest of the season.

Paulo Sousa also explained to the Official Site about their 7-day training camp in Portugal, which replaces the pre-planned visit to Sweden which has been cancelled.

'It's a great chance for me and Bruno (assistant-manager) to work closely with the players - on and off the field,''

'We will be having double training sessions most days, but the players were pleased to learn that we will continue to do everything with the ball.''


No friendly matches will be played during their time in Portugal.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Thursday July 2 2009
Time: 8:02PM

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abit of good news involving our players atlast.
james,jackarmy
02/07/2009 20:06:00
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yep good news, i hope rangel is fit and here for the season start at leicester
GThomas
02/07/2009 20:16:00
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also good news, hes keeping the training the same, as regards everything with the ball. it bodes very well.
tubejack
02/07/2009 22:39:00
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Hope to see Painter back. We really missed him last season even though Tatey came to the rescue
PeterGriffin
03/07/2009 16:51:00
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Tate did well but i'd much rather painter there, he's solid but never spectacular, shame he's not more attacking like rangel.
GThomas
03/07/2009 22:45:00
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