Adolfo Bautista has not participated much with Chivas during the Clausura 2011 season.


Adolfo Bautista has seen just 53 minutes of action this season, having been mired on Chivas’ bench to start the Apertura 2010 campaign.
While he remains a key figure on the team, he said his accomplishments during the Apertura 2006 season don’t give him any advantages now.
“I’m taking this in stride, aware that it’s all in the past,” Bautista told Mexican daily Mural. “What people want is the present, to see the team win games. That’s why I’m preparing myself and I want to regain my rhythm as soon as possible.”
Bautista was a key part of Chivas’ last championship club, having helped Chivas win the Apertura 2006 title. Since then, Bautista has had a rocky relationship with the team, parting ways and joining Jaguares before re-joining the team last year.
Bautista is hoping to play more against Estudiantes during Jornada 4 and said the team is also hoping to improve on their result on the weekend. Chivas blew a late lead and settled for a 1-1 draw with San Luis.
“The result is bad. We wanted three points,” Bautista said. “But in the way the team played I believe the team did well. We had possession of the ball, created some scoring chances and we just have to keep improving on that.”
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