Written by Patrick Echatah
Castilla has had a difficult start to the season under Raul Gonzalez. Alvaro Rodriguez’s match-winning goal helped his team get their first victory of the year last weekend, but the Spanish striker hurt himself today during training.
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The left leg of 18-year-old Rodriguez was hurt, according to the Spanish publication Marca.
The teenage forward immediately withdrew from training and will undergo treatment because the injury is expected to keep him out for about a month.
The accident is awful news for the whole group. This season, Rodriguez has already scored two goals, while three more have been controversially overturned.
Iker Bravo, who recently joined from Bayer Leverkusen, and Noel Lopez, who joined this summer from Deportivo la Corua, will need to step up in Rodriguez’s absence.
The good thing is that Castilla aren’t completely without of skill up front because both are really promising, especially Bravo.
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Spanish giants Real Madrid have released the official medical report on Spanish defender Lucas Vazquez, who was forced to leave Sunday’s match against Mallorca.
Following tests carried out on our player Lucas Vázquez by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with an injury to the gracilis muscle of the right thigh. His recovery will continue to be assessed.
Vazquez won’t be available until at least the first game following the impending FIFA break, which is scheduled for October 2 against Osasuna.
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