The coach of Majorcathe Mexican Javier Aguirrehas affirmed that his team has “eight lives” left and that for this reason they cannot “disregard any”, he emphasized, alluding to the calendar of the final stretch of the The league and the visit this Saturday of the Atletico Madrid to the stadium Sound Moix“A rival who is going to demand you and who will come without thinking about the tie for the champions (against Chelsea).”
“I only have praise for the work that the cholos (Simeone) in so many years. They come from a good streak and are going to demand us. We can’t make mistakes, we have to win the individual duels and be intense because we need the points,” he assured. aguirre in the press conference prior to the visit of the colchoneros to Palm.
The ‘Basque’who will make his debut on the bench in front of the Majorcan fans after replacing Luis García Plaza two weeks ago, has insisted that his team “needs” the support of the stands.
“Atletico don’t give anything away and I don’t think they’re thinking about the champions. Hopefully there will be the same result as the first leg (the Majorca won 1-2 in the Wanda Metropolitan). We need the encouragement of player number twelve who is our public. This week I have seen my players well, the ‘animometer’ is rising, despite the defeat in Getafe and we are ready to receive one of the great teams of The league“, he pointed.
aguirre He is optimistic about the possibility of securing the permanence (which is 2 points away) in the eight remaining games.
“The key is to win at home. We are a team that is playing for relegation. For this reason, we have to put in intensity. If not, turn it off and let’s go. That doesn’t make sense, so the least we can ask of our players , to professionals, it is that, intensity”.
STRENGTHEN BEFORE THE ATHLETIC
When asked if he was going to reinforce the defense against the athletic gear Madrid, Aguirre He replied that he was going to try to put together “the best” eleven possible: “We have to defend ourselves, but also attack, take advantage of our chances because we need the points. And that, effectiveness up top is a point to exploit.”
With regard to the controversy created in the environment of the vermilion by the arbitration of Matthew Lahoz in Getafethe Mallorcan coach was blunt: “I’ve been in this business for 46 years and you’ll never hear anything from the referees. In Getafe I mentioned VAR because it’s new technology for me, well, for everyone.”
“I don’t have much interest in talking about the referees, we have to let these people work because, like us, they live from this and they want to do their best and that’s it. No, it’s not something that keeps me up at night, nor It takes a minute of my life”, settled Xavier Aguirre.