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Alejandro Marche: «No one wants to get rid of yellow, but ...» - Back to Portugal

Alejandro Marche: «No one wants to get rid of yellow, but …» – Back to Portugal

The Spaniard lost the lead, but remember the wear and tear associated with it

Alejandro Marc on Thursday was the Portugal captain without the Volta jersey, but at the end of the trip he assumed the fall to second was not something to discourage him or his team. The Spaniard from the Atom General Hotel / Tavira / Maria Nova recalls that managing stage 7 was complicated and that the 28-second lead for Rafael Reyes is a “perfect position”.

“It was a very offensive stage, a big group was formed with people with a certain difference. We didn’t want to get nervous, we knew we couldn’t control a stage like this, so long and so hot. We were allied with Movistar, who was also interested in the business, losing the card Yellow isn’t something that discourages us either, because we’re in perfect shape, at 28 seconds.

Nobody wants to get rid of the yellow card of course, but it’s about not weakening the team, because I only have four of my teammates. Today they have done a commendable job.”

by Record with Lusa

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