María Pry faces her first final as a coach with great enthusiasm, highlighting that there will be no friends in the game (he has a good friendship with Sánchez Vera, Atleti coach), but there will be a lot of respect. “We have prepared the game with ourselves in mind, taking into account everything we have done so far. We have to be true to our identity. Of course we are not going to lose it, “said the Levante coach
“I am very proud of how we are growing as a team and how all the players are growing individually,” The Sevillian continued to assure her, who has managed to keep Levante among the best teams in the Primera Iberdrola, reaching a historic milestone for the Granotas. And the fact is that the women’s team has qualified for a final, after thirteen years without being in one. “Tomorrow in the final we are going to go out and do our best, “he says.
The Levante coach was accompanied at the press conference Alharilla y Banini. The first of them wanted to highlight the great motivation of the team. “It would be a very big illusion. Levante will give everything to get the title and for us to continue with this good streak, “said the Spanish footballer.
Meanwhile, the Argentine star said: “We know it is a very difficult game. It is a very nice final to play. I think it took a lot of work, effort and sacrifice to get here. The final must be enjoyed. This is a different tournament, it is played differently and it is going to live differently. Anything can happen in a final. ”
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