Mingueza, ready for the quarterfinals


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The Spanish soccer team has no time to rest and as of this Thursday, a day after certifying its pass to the quarterfinals of the Olympic Games, already prepares in Miyagi, where they arrived at noon time in Japan, the match against Ivory Coast.

The headlines against the albiceleste carried out a smoother session, recovery, as part of the plan due to the load of matches since the tournament started just a week ago.

The best news for the coach, Luis de la Fuente, is that He had Óscar Mingueza again. The defender was injured in the back of his left thigh in the match against Egypt, but he is already recovered and after being left out of the call against Argentina despite having returned in previous training, he aims to start against Ivory Coast whenever it does not mean taking any risk.


And is that the technician has the resignation of Oscar Gil, who has replaced the Barcelona footballer in the last two games, due to the accumulation of cards. In the event of an unforeseen event, it will be Jesús Vallejo who will act on the right side, as he did when Mingueza was injured against the ‘Pharaohs’.

For its part, Dani Ceballos continued with his specific work to continue recovering from the grade II sprain he suffers in his left ankle as a result of a hard tackle by Taher Mohamed in the opening match. Depending on whether Spain continues to advance in the competition and its evolution, it could force them to return to the semi-finals or the final.

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