Stuart Gray said: “It will be a good experience to see us play a couple of matches on foreign soil and there will be a chance for the fans to meet the players while we are out there.
“It’s a holiday for the fans, but it will be hard work for the players. We will be based at a training camp and it’s the perfect way to start our pre-season campaign as it gets us out of our normal environment and takes us somewhere where we can be together 24 hours a day.
“The games will be competitive, but they should be an excellent way to start our pre-season before we return to the UK.”
Much like Orients pre-season friendlies apparently only supporters travelling on the official package will be allowed into the games. We guess if you look & talk spanish you’ll probably be able to get in ;) since otherwise its going to be a bit of a partisan crowd….
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