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Al Jazira Doubles the trainings and Recover Sabil and Valdez

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Abu Dhabi: 17 November 2013
 
Al Jazira first football team had two training sessions on Sunday the 17th of November in the first sub-pitch in the club, as the team is preparing for the next league match against Al Wahda, which will be part of the seventh round of the Arabian Gulf League, and will kick off at 20:00 of Saturday the 23rd of November in Al Nahyan Stadium.
 
The players had one day to rest after the match they lost to Bani Yas in the last Wednesday, and they went back to their daily training since last Saturday.
 
10 players didn’t work with Walter Zenga on Sunday double trainings, they were the National UAE team trio Khalid Khaseif, Khamis Ismail and Ali Mabkhout; the UAE Olympic team players Salim Ali, Salim Rashid, Hamad Al Hammadi, Sultan Al Suwaidi and Saif Al Miqbali; and the injured Salim Masoud and Yaqub Al Hosani.
 
The morning session started from the gymnasium as the players worked under supervision of the fitness coach and the physiotherapist, then they has been divided into two groups: the first one went to the pitch and the other remained in the gymnasium, before the two groups exchanging places later.
 
Zenga and his staff worked with the players on different playing styles and tactics, and the main concentration was on fixing the errors that cost the team the last match points; meanwhile, the goalkeepers worked separately with their coach. 



The team physician Dr. Mohammed Al Tarshan confirmed that Khalid Sabil and Nelson Valdez has completely recovered from their injuries and finished successfully their rehabilitation programs and they are totally fit and ready to play against Al Wahda. But he stressed that their inclusion in that match squad is totally depending on the coach decision.
 
Al Tarshan revealed that Salim Masoud has returned from Germany and started and started his recovery program in the club medical center under the supervision of the team medical staff, and his recovery timetable will be decided based on his response to treatment.
 
Salim underwent two surgical operations in Munich at the 5th of last October and 27th of this month on his two feet ankles, the surgeries has been done by the well known surgeon Erich Rembeck and they were 100% successful.