Wednesday, 24 October 2007

D'Alessandro Made to Train Alone by Zaragoza

Andres D'Alessandro has again proved to be a disruptive entity during a Zaragoza training session, only a week after he and Pablo Aimar came close to blows.

D'Alessandro had a frank exchange of words with coach Victor Fernandez following training on Tuesday, where he is thought to have blamed the manager for the side's current poor run of form. When he turned up for training today, he was told that he would not be training with the rest of the team. He instead spent one-on-one time with the team's physical coach.

This is apparently just the latest in a series of rows between D'Alessandro and his coach, with many at the club now feeling that the Argentine playmaker will be sold in the January transfer window.

The former River Plate star has struggled to settle in Europe, although he has shown sporadic flashes of brilliance over the last year for Zaragoza. It will be interesting to see if any other European teams will take a punt on him in January, or whether he is destined to return to Argentina.

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