The exact position that the team occupies in the league table (8th place, with only 10 points out of a possible 21…) does not allow the Lion to lighten the burden at this pause in the tournament, due to the commitments of the various teams, and in this sense, the team coach, Ruben Amorim, awarded , Only one day of rest for his players (the two), who returned yesterday to work at their maximum, both physically and technically and tactically.
The coach wants to take advantage of each day to improve some aspect of the team’s game and a break in the league will be used for that. Even without the ability to currently count on 13 players, 8 of them have been integrated into the teams involved (Moreta in Japan, Ugarte in Uruguay, Fatao in Ghana, Sotires in Greece, Dario Isugu, Mateos Fernandez and Rodrigo Ribeiro in U19 Portugal, and Nazinho in the Under 20s of Portugal), while Coates, St. Juste, Luís Neto, Jovane and Daniel Bragança continue to implement their recovery plans from their injuries – and it is likely that St. Juste and Tonto can be restored when the league returns, in the case of Sporting on the 30th, when they receive Gil Vicente. Until then it will be…stop.
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