João Alves received good news in training this Monday, which took place in the afternoon, in the Academia Briosa XXI. Romário Baldé, who finished last week with physical problems, something that motivated, even, the exemption of the selection of Guinea-Bissau, already worked integrated with the rest group and is, apparently, recovered and ready to face Arouca, in the 27th day of the 2nd League, scheduled for 18h00 next Sunday at the Municipal Stadium of Arouca.
The Guinean has been one of the featured players this season in the formation of Coimbra. On loan to Briosa by Polish Lechia Gdańsk, Romário Baldé, 22, has been in the starting lineup for 10 consecutive games, having first started in 21 second league games (he has played in 22 matches, totaling 1833 minutes in the championship. add another 90 minutes in the Portuguese Cup).
The extreme, which can play in any of the wings and also in a more central area of the terrain, has already made the taste to the foot on two occasions (Mafra-13th day- and Cova da Piedade -15th day) being on the plane of evidence in the academy attack. In the opposite direction, in training this Wednesday were not Guima, due to injury, and Junior Sena, still integrated in the work of the Cape Verde team, which failed to qualify for the CAN2019. João Alves, due to personal reasons, was also absent. Tó Sá, João Gião and Vítor Alves directed the work in the students' academy.
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