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Guillermo Almada defended his team from criticism that gave him a vote of confidence (Photo: Courtesy / Club Santos)
After the victory over Tigres (2-0), Guillermo Almada he defended his team from criticism that gives him a vote of confidence. Assured that Santos Laguna it has proven to be competitive, despite the troubles of defeat.
“Beyond playing good or bad, we have shown that we are competitive, but that gives us strength and desire to continue working. We respect all opinions, but, as I tell the players, on the court they are 11 against 11 “, said at a press conference.
Despite the young roster of the Warriors, the Uruguayan coach noted that he trusts the club’s training process. He acknowledged that they are not the favorites to be champion, but recalled that they continue to take steps to get closer to the goal.
“I am optimistic by nature. I believe and trust the work, despite the young team we have. We know that we are going to encounter difficulties, that we are not the favorites, but we are in that task ”, he mentioned.
The helmsman assured that Santos Laguna has proven to be competitive, despite the troubles of defeat (Photo: Courtesy / Club Santos)
It is worth remembering that those of La Comarca in recent tournaments they have let out important players like the Argentine Julio Furch or Jonathan Orozco. However, they have made up for the casualties with men from the quarry, such as Eduardo Aguirre or Carlos Acevedo.
For this reason, the Uruguayan helmsman admitted that they have had an improvement on the playing field. “We have to keep evolving. We are confident in the process and it is perhaps a virtue of trusting my work for what the players are responding ”, full.
About victory Almada noted that the three points are more valuable for the quality of rival that they had in front of. Although he commented that he did not like the actions of his pupils in the first half, he assured that they improved for the second half.
“It was a very important victory and it is a rival that greatly dignifies the victory. The first half I did not like and in the second we improved with the changes, we had better precision and we took advantage of the opportunities we had ”, he declared.
Despite the young squad of the Warriors, the Uruguayan coach noted that he trusts the club’s training process (Photo: Courtesy / Club Santos / Jos Alvarez / JAM MEDIA)
The South American pointed out that he would like his players to make fewer mistakes on the field of play, but remembered that the cats are a great team. He noted that they have achieved several titles from the hand of Ricardo “Tuca” Ferretti.
“Undoubtedly yes. You want to play nice and better, but sometimes we have a rival who does his thing and limits us. Many are great soccer players in the Mexican league, who have played for a long time together with Tuca and have achieved many championships, “he mentioned.
In turn, he did not want to give qualifications to his players, but said that they all did a good job. “It would be unfair to someone. One in what is fixed in the collective game and what we do not like are the things that do not go well “, he said.
Almada praised Juan Otero, who opened the scoring for Santos in this meeting (Photo: Courtesy / Club Santos)
By last, praised Juan Otero, who opened the scoring for Santos in this match. Although the winger has a few weeks in Mexico, he has connected to the operation of the team and has earned the trust of Almada to be in the 11 headline.
“Juan came to complement a characteristic that we lack. We suffered the entire previous tournament and I hope that in this one we fill in what we lacked. He has adapted quite well and I highlight his strength to adapt quickly “, ended.
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