Ramazani confirmed that the goal of the bottom of the First Division “is to win every game”


The Belgian striker Largie Ramadani He assured this Wednesday that the goal of Almeriabottom of the line The leagueis “to win all games, all nine”, after the last day, at the premiere of Pepe Mel in the bank, they can achieve The Palms the first victory of the tournament.

“I think we can beat them and if not, let’s enjoy the last games and see what happens,” the Belgian said in statements given by the club in the week where the visit of Osasunanext Saturday at the stadium Power Horse Stadium.

“Osasuna is a very tough rival. We saw it in the first leg, but we are very strong at home and I am sure we will come together and try to win the game for the fans. I think this Saturday we will give everything and give the first domestic victory for the fans,” he said.

The forward also referred to the new coach, who came to replace the Basque Gaizka Garitanoand said that he gives him a lot of confidence and talks to him to tell him what he is doing “right or wrong”, which is why he admits that he is “happy” with the Madrid coach.

“In two seasons, I have improved a lot and I am trying to improve more. Criticism always comes, but I try not to listen to those who criticize me and keep growing. “I like freedom too much, Pepe Mel gives me that and now I take advantage of it and enjoy it,” Ramazani declared, also referring to his partner Jonathan Viera, whom he considers his “elder brother”.

The Belgian, who remembered that last season, after missing a penalty against Valenciafelt a certain flash of racism in him, he said that he did not believe that there was racism in Spain.

Source: La Verdad


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