Richie Kitoko hopes to play again soon.

The first team were all together on Tuesday to return to work for the first of this weeks training sessions in the El Mundalito grounds. The blue and whites trained for two hours although the players who played a full match did not work as hard in the second hour concentrating on recovery exercises.
The others warmed up, played football tennis, then a game with three goals in half the pitch, work on one on one plays, and then quick games with four teams.
Ricardo León completed the first two activities with his team mates and then did specific actions to help his recovery with trainer, Adrián Gutiérrez. Omar Ramos had to stop early. Also present were Josmar Zambrano y Dani Mederos from the CD Tenerife B team.
The blue and whites will be back training tomorrow Wednesday from 10 am again in the Mundialito.
After the session was finished present in the press room was Ritchie Kitoko, whose comments on how the team find themselves right now included, “We need to maintain this high level. We are going to Vigo to win because we need these three points. The team is showing signs of improvement. We have won two games in a row and now are more confident”.
When asked about the support of the fans in the last game the player from Congo stated, “I had been told that the fans here are a great help, and that is how it is. It was fantastic. It helps us a great deal”.
Lastly, Kitoko confirmed that he feels one hundred percent as he has finished his caution. “I am ready for whatever the coach asks me. I feel good and if the coach wants me to play then I will try to everything he asks of me”.

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