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Lopetegui: “There is always prestige at stake in Europe” – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith

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Lopetegui: "There is always prestige at stake in Europe" - SPANISH FOOTBALL 1

Little at stake: “Players have the hard drive which is a Europa League match in which there is always prestige and also a financial prize. We’re going to try to make a big game and get all three points against the group’s three most powerful opponent as their ranking proves.”

Quarry: “The competitive spirit is or you don’t have it, and the boys have it. They’re going to come out with ambition and enthusiasm. Young people are going to give us a point of energy and we’ll see if we get to have minutes.”

Apoel: “They’ve changed their coaches and it’s true that with us they played one way and now they play another. They put Ajax in serious trouble in the qualifier and are a team that have a significant danger, even more so at home.”

Ocampos: “Lucas is available to play in Europe and logically has a chance to start in the eleven, but we haven’t decided yet.”

Less common: “There are players who have had fewer opportunities in LaLiga but it doesn’t mean they’re not in the car. I highlight a lot of the competition that there is in the workouts, the alarm clock sounds and you have to be prepared for it.”


Bryan Gil: “I want to restore trust to the club”

The quarry notics a departure in January in search of minutes Bryan Gil made his debut at a press conference accompanying Lopetegui as the protagonist after signing his contract extension until 2023. Barbate’s quarryer expressed his enthusiasm despite being a match in which there is nothing at stake: “Every opportunity I can get, I’m going to try to take advantage of them. I don’t think the party is any less serious because they’re ranked. I at least take it as an opportunity that I have to seize.”

The player, who has been in the club from the fry category, claims to feel indebted to Sevilla and that his intention is to restore the confidence shown: “All the matches he plays with this shirt are special to me. I am very grateful for the trust shown to me by the club with the renewal and I will try to give it back to you with good performances.” Finally, Bryan Gil denied that he is thinking of a future start in the winter market in search of minutes: “From a young age we all dreamed of getting to the first team. I don’t think about the future, I think I’m learning a lot from the peers I have and continuing to train every day.”