LaLiga Santander clubs resume work one by one from today until Thursday next week with Celta being the first team
Deportivo Alavés, whose previous season was extended due to the LaLiga Smartbank play-off, will be the last team to don work overalls
The summer holidays are over. After a short break to rest and recharge your batteries, LaLiga Santander teams will get back to work one by one this week and next to start preparing for an exciting 2023/2024 season.
The first to get to work are the Celta footballers. A new stage has begun in Vigo with the arrival of Rafa Benítez on the light blue bench. The technician offers this Monday morning and even a press conference In the afternoon he has already called up the players for the first training of the new course.
The second earliest team in this regard is Manuel Pellegrini’s Real Betiswho is already counting down the hours to follow in Celta’s footsteps with the first medical examinations on Tuesday. Twenty-four hours later, Mallorca, Osasuna and Villarreal will make it.
The busiest day presents the Thursday 6 July with up to four clubs who have asked their footballers to pass the various medical tests before putting on their work overalls. It is the case Athletic Club, Cadiz, Getafe and Las Palmasrecently promoted.
The members of the templates Almería, Atlético de Madrid and Valencia extend their holidays until the beginning of this weekendbecause on Friday they are quoted by Vincent MorenoHe Hello Simeone and the pee card deck. For his part the Seville of José Luis Mendilibar The second chapter of his story begins with the Basque coach at the helm next Saturday.
The main course: Monday, 10
Within eight days comes the main dish when it comes to getting back to work. And that’s it Next Monday, July 10, the holidays are scheduled to return for up to six LaLiga Santander teams. Then it is the current league champion’s turn Barcelona FCof the runner-up, the real Madridand the fourth classified, the real companyalthough the coach Bailiff Imanol Eleven local and first-team players Álex Sola, Beñat Turrientes, Robert Navarro and Sadiq Umar have already been called up for this Monday. To these three clubs are added Michel’s Gironathe climber Pomegranate by Paco Lopez and the new Francisco Vallecano Raya team whose preseason has largely yet to be defined.
Finally, The players who will delay their return the longest are those of Deportivo Alavés. The Basque team led by Luis Garcia square will start the 23/24 pre-season last as promotion to the First Division was achieved “in extremis” in the final of the LaLiga Smartbank play-offs, the last game against Levante It was only played about two weeks agoon the 17th of June.