Soccer

Swansea City's Michu handed first Spain call-up

{eot}
The Canadian Press
10/6/2013 2:41:10 PM
Decrease Text SizeIncrease Text Size
Text Size

MADRID, Spain -- Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has called up Swansea forward Michu for his first international match to replace the injured David Villa.

Michu will get a chance to make his debut for the world champions when they play Belarus next Friday and Georgia four days later in qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup.

Villa was dropped from the squad earlier Sunday after he aggravated a case of arthritis in his left ankle during Atletico Madrid's 2-1 win over Celta Vigo and asked to be substituted in the second half.

Del Bosque already replaced the injured Raul Albiol with defender Inigo Martinez on Saturday.

Spain is joint top of European Group I, level with France on points but with a game in hand.

Michu (Photo: The Canadian Press)

zoom

(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Share This

Share This

Add to FacebookAdd to DiggAdd to FarkAdd to TwitterAdd to Stumble UponAdd to Reddit
Print this Story


Podcasts

TSN FC with Luke Wileman, Jason deVos and Kristian Jack - March 19

Luke, Jason & Kristian recap the week for Canada's MLS teams, talk New York City FC's start, plus EPL and Champions League talk as well.

TSN FC with Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos & Kristian Jack - March 4

Luke, Jason and KJ look ahead to the MLS season just prior to the news of a new collective bargaining agreement, plus EPL talk as well.

TSN FC - February 19

Luke, Jason & KJ chat Tim Sherwood at Villa, MLS preaseason action, plus Champions League and much more.


More Podcasts

Premier League Shows on TSN.ca

TSN.ca is Canada's exclusive home to highlight and feature programs from the Barclay's Premier League. Check out the latest programs on VOD below.


Net Busters

See all the goals, saves, bloopers and quotes from each week

- Episode 5

Previous episodes: 4 | 3 | 2 | 1


BPL Match Pack

Weekly match preview show using interesting facts & figures

- Week 5

TSN TweetBox
© 2015
All rights reserved.
Bell Media Television