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Ruben Amorim: “In two weeks I’ll turn off the TV” – Sporting

Ruben Amorim: “In two weeks I’ll turn off the TV” – Sporting

The sports coach wants to seal at the highest level even because you have to “drop with dignity” and you have to believe that the next tournament begins … now

With the victory in Paços de Ferreira (4-0) and the defeat of Sp. Braga at Luz 1-0, Sporting closer to third place. The task is still “difficult” and Ruben Amorim assumes it, but the focus is on finishing the season well. Therefore, despite being indirectly involved in the fight for the title by hosting Benfica, the coach remains far from a war of which he is no longer a part.

“In the first lap we were in a good series. Maybe people started talking a lot about Benfica and we lost in Madeira. We have to think about the match with Maritimo and we will give everything. Then there is a battle for the title that doesn’t interest us. I don’t care who wins this tournament. Within Two weeks I’ll turn off the TV and it’ll stay off until it starts. I already know how it is,” he said between laughs.

Whatever happens to the end, the coach wants to wrap it up in a big way, not least because you have to “fall with dignity” and you have to believe that the next tournament begins … now.

“It’s a no-brainer. The tournament should start now. This is what we communicate to the players. The next tournament doesn’t start in pre-season. I don’t think the tournament should start now, I don’t cry for a time when I couldn’t do anything,” he noted, Although seeing the team grow.

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Finally, Amorim also paid tribute to Argentine Tanlongo, a player with “great potential” and in whom he “believes a lot”, but who will now be released to play in the Under-20 World Cup.

Written by Pedro Moraes and Jose Santos


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