Regarding the first league, Ruben Amorim warned that the second round would be “more difficult”, but assumed that the Lions’ “motto” was to win every match to avoid being overtaken in the table.
“I expect a tough match and a second round that will be harder than the first. Therefore, what we have to think about is that every match has its own story and the classification does not matter. If we win our match, the Leonen coach said about the visit to Vizela scheduled for Thursday at 8:45 pm: “ “No one will outperform us, and that is our motto.”
“I was surprised and the main focus was to show the players, through images, that the result does not always tell the whole story. So, in a difficult match, we have to understand that the conditions can be the same as they were before. “In Chavez. In other words, we have to have the same spirit and win the match in any way possible.”
The goal, at the moment, is to reach “on February 11” a position that allows you to “share” the burden among all players, including those “in the Asian Cup and in the African Cup of Nations” who can only return to work. , in Cushite, from that date.
“Because we have a worse start to February than January, with games every three days, sometimes every two days. So, [a indefinição no plantel] He explained in response to a question about possible changes in the team during this month: “The group is not tampered with, the market can have an impact because we do not know what could happen.”
For the visit to Vizela, Amorim will once again be without Morita, Diomande and Gini Catamo, who are playing for their respective teams, while centre-back Sant Juste has already recovered from his latest injury, which he suffered at the beginning of December, but will not be called up yet.
“Saint Juste is coming off a big injury after an injury and we have to be careful. He will not be called up because he missed training time. He was ready to train today, while the others are doing tactical training and preparing themselves.” Physically, he stayed on the field and did some exercises,” explained the “Lions” coach.
Sporting will visit the Vizela team, today, Thursday, in a match in the 18th round of the Portuguese Football League, scheduled to start at 8:45 p.m., at the FC Vizela Stadium, managed by Andre Narciso (AF Setubal).
The team coached by Ruben Amorim leads the tournament with 43 points, one point ahead of Benfica and five points behind Porto, the competitor that only enters the field on Friday and Saturday, respectively, to face Boavista and Moreirense.
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