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Betty and Moussa's departure for Benfica: “They didn't tell me anything.  I rely on him, on that animal »- Boavista

Betty and Moussa’s departure for Benfica: “They didn’t tell me anything. I rely on him, on that animal »- Boavista

The Panthers coach does not consider him a loser against Benfica and considers “a very large margin of progress”.

Petty revealed to Channel 11 that he has not yet been informed of Moses’ departure to Benfica and that he is counting on him for the next preparatory season, even if he said it with a smile on his face. The Portuguese coach took the opportunity to reveal the player in question after a year of working with the striker. “They didn’t tell me anything… I depend on him, on that animal… (laughs). As a coach, we are fortunate enough to have six or seven players in our team who have interested clubs, including Moses. I’m glad that Moses “When we got to Boavista we realized he was very tired, he was a player who ran away a lot from his position. I pressed everywhere, I went to the goalkeeper, to the sides, but the striker lives on goals and acumen and needs oxygen to be able to get to the moment of finishing with that acumen.” We felt exhausted when the ball got to him and we did something with him, making him see that the pressure in other areas should be put in by others,” he began to stress, further detailing what he sees in a future boost for Roger Schmidt, at Luz. “Musa is a very strong player, very good at playing with his back to goal, catching the ball, keeping the ball and attacking depth. He was a very important player and still had a lot of room to progress. The chess coach emphasized that he has a very strong mentality, he is a kid who loves to work a lot. He often goes to the gym and sometimes we have to restrain him.”

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by Antonio Mendes


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