Levante´s player, Valmiro Lopes ‘”Valdo”, is able and willing to play the next game of the “Liga BBVA” against Sevilla, after the medical tests have dismiss that he didn´t suffer a hamstring injury.
The “Levantinista” club informed that the striker has a contracture in the back of his right thigh as a result of the injury that occurred in the friendly match that his team played last Thursday in Alzira.
Valdo left the game in the first minutes after having a nuisance while doing a sprint, this made him fear over a possible hamstring injury, but it has finally been dismissed.
Valdo was born in Villaseca, in the region of Laciana (León), where his parents, had migrated to work in the mines. Valdo took his first steps on indoor-soccer and later enlisted in the ”Pozuelo de Alarcón” team from Madrid. Until, with a youth age, he caught Real Madrid´s attention, which joined to their youth ranks.
In the 2001/02 season, Valdo played his first game with the Real Madrid´s first team, playing a round of “La Liga”, “Copa del Rey” matches and two Champions League games, which would eventually end proclaiming them the champions.
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