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Villarreal-Mirandés: (More than a Game) Thread

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Cani is likely to be a key player this evening(Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
Cani is likely to be a key player this evening(Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
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There are some streams available for this one, so hopefully as many of you as wish can check out the action. But if you're like Jens and won't watch until the coach changes, that's understandable.

As I predicted in the preview comments, Garrido has gone with his (presumably) best and (virtually) most experienced XI.

Diego López in goal, a back four of Ángel, Zapata, Musacchio and Oriol; midfield Cani, Marcos Senna, Bruno and Borja Valero; Marco Ruben and Nilmar as the strikers.

What sort of message that sends to those not in the side, or for that matter to Mirandes, the fans and Srs. Roig and Llaneza, remains to be seen.

As I write this, news that Albacete have taken the lead against Atleti with a first-minute goal (!) in the Vicente Calderón. Let's hope we can start better than that!! Endavant!!