The coach of UD Almería, Rubi, highlighted after tonight’s match at the Power Horse Stadium against Espanyol (3-1) that it was “one of our best games”, where, moreover, ” we experienced the feeling of a little agony”
For Rubi, “we feel good playing at home. We are getting close to winning, but at home we have a strong fortress with our fans and good results give you the confidence to recover that wave”, remembering that “it was not the first day we scored of three goals at home”.
The coach of the rojiblanco team has assessed that “we have a very good squad, balanced and equal in many positions and what matters is that the players are prepared to enter. We make decisions not on a whim, but always looking for something. We made five changes today compared to Monday because we needed freshness and because they are players who are working well and have shown that they can play”.
“It turned out to be one of the best games, with a sense of a bit of difficulty. Our fourth goal seemed closer than their first. It was a game we had a lot of control, except for the first ten minutes , where we had a hard time to start”, Rubi commented, remembering that “we had an opponent in front of us with us. confidence, with two consecutive games won” , where “the second goal hurt them and decided to remove the illusion of getting something out of it.”
Asked about the goal against the discount, Rubi said that “clean sheets are a lie; obviously we love him, but we hope to win every game 3-1”.
“I see you with 22 points and eleventh, even for a few hours, is very good, we have to enjoy it with our fans, it is not easy but we must be proud of the work of the footballers”.
Finally, regarding the closing of the market and the possibility of joining four goalkeepers, “this is a problem that needs to be solved and if at any moment we are left with four goalkeepers, the coaching staff will have to manage it all. “
Source: La Verdad
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