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Vilanova back to work

03/01/13 07:44 CET

Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova attended his first training session on Wednesday since a cancer operation in his throat in late December.

The 44-year-old needed more surgery following an operation to remove a tumour from his saliva glands in November 2011.

Vilanova’s return is sooner than at first anticipated but he will continue to alternate his coaching duties with a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy for another four weeks.

After a record-breaking unbeaten start to the season Barca begin 2013 against city rivals Espanyol on Sunday.

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