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Artur Jorge: “Botafogo?  “I know everything that happens regarding my future.”

Artur Jorge: “Botafogo? “I know everything that happens regarding my future.”

Artur Jorge, coach of SB Braga, opened the door to the future this Sunday morning, during the preview for the visit to Portimonense. Although it has not been confirmed at all that he will head to Botafogo after the Matchday 27 match, the Minho coach says that he knows everything about his “future”.

“At this point, to be as clear as possible, I know everything that is happening regarding my immediate future, but also out of respect, at this time, since my clarity is the same, my focus is on the Portimão game. . That's the goal I have at the moment. I have to live every moment and my reality is SP Braga, play the match in Portimão, do things well, win and then talk about my future,” he began by saying, in a press conference, reinforcing, when asked if there is a proposal from Botafogo, his argument.

“You have a lot of information and you have proven that, but at this point my reality is Sp. Braga, his goal is the match against Portimao and I don't want to distract the players. After the match we will talk. At the moment, it is not important. They are playing with the information they have. I know that all It happens, I think that in this way I already partly answer the question. Let's look to the future after the match with Portimonense. He added: “My gratitude to Sp. Braga and my club membership will never change.”

Finally, in response to a Brazilian journalist’s question about Botafogo, Artur Jorge concluded by saying: “I know a lot about Brazil, not only Botafogo, but the city as well. “I am a football man and I must be prepared to know all the facts.”

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The Braga team will play on Monday in Portimao (8:15 pm) at the end of the 27th round of the tournament. In case of victory, Artur Giorgi's team will approach FC Porto. The Minho team has 53 points, five points behind the Dragons, which lost on Saturday in their visit to Estoril. But Braga fans were already drawn by Vitoria, who won on Saturday against Moreirense (1-0).

The coach also confirmed that Ricardo Horta, Paulo Oliveira and Borja will miss the match with Portimao.