Skip menu

Main menu

Content menu

Top of page


Link to related content


21.05.2009 11:04

Iniesta: “My injury is progressing well”


Andrés Iniesta is confident he’ll be fit in time to play in Rome. According to statements on his official website he reveals that he’s excited by the prospect of playing and assures the fans his injury is progressing well.

Iniesta describes the Champions League final as one of the “one of the nicest and most historic moments of the season”. And he’s optimistic about his chances of getting fit in time: “I’m convinced that I will get to Rome in peak condition to help the team”.

“An incredible workout”

21-05-09_INIESTA_Y_EMILI_04.jpgOn his blog he reveals that he’s already back in training: “I’ve been working for two days in the mountains with Emili Ricard, my physiotherapist, to strengthen my muscles and fitness. The truth is it’s an incredible workout and shortly I hope to be able to begin running and kicking the ball”

Henry continues recovery

21-05-09_HENRY_01.jpgMeanwhile, Thierry Henry is continuing his recovery from the knee ligament problem he picked up in the match against Real Madrid. Since then the French international has been having treatment with a view to getting fit in time for the Manchester United game. Over the last few days Henry has been exercising on the Club’s training grounds at the Joan Gamper sports centre.
Iniesta: “My injury is progressing well”
The signs are good
Both Iniesta and Henry went through their paces at the Joan Gamper sports centre on Thursday. Club doctors told us that the signs are good and that this weekend they will undergo a series of tests to assess their chances of being available for Wednesday’s final.

Both players were able to kick the ball though rather more hesitantly than usual.

Top of page

Back to top

Related content

Football News

Back to top
Top of page