Denmark's defender Daniel Agger (R) listens to head coach Morten Olsen during a training session at Loerie Park in Knysna, in southern South Africa, on June 07, 2010 ahead of the FIFA 2010 World Cup football tournament. The 2010 World Cup will take place in South Africa from June 11 to July 11, the first time on African soil for the biggest and most prestigious competition in sport. (( PATRICK HERTZOG/AFP/Getty Images))

Denmark coach Morten Olsen is back on his feet after being out sick for two days with a virus.

Olsen led the team's practice Thursday. But team spokesman Lars Berendt says the coach canceled a news conference because he has still not fully recovered.

The 60-year-old Olsen skipped practice Tuesday because of his illness and temporarily left assistant coach Peter Bonde in charge of Denmark's World Cup preparations.

The Danes face the Netherlands in their Group E opener on June 14. Cameroon and Japan are also in the group.