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Ruben de la Barrera: “What should happen does not depend on me.”

Ruben de la Barrera: “What should happen does not depend on me.”

Statements of Ruben de la Barrera, coach of Vizela, in the press room at Vizela Stadium, after the heavy defeat (0-4) against Casa Pia:

“This result is difficult to explain. Before the match, my feelings were the best, but it is true that the beginning of the match was not the best, and when we were able to move the match to where we wanted, there was rain in the opposite half of the field, which allowed for transitional situations. After the target is scored, the stimulus level changes. “We changed the system at half-time, so that Casa Pia felt more threatening in its back line, from the second goal onwards, and with ten, it is easier to explain the rest of the match.”

[Adeptos descontentes manifestaram-se cedo] “I understand everything that happens in football, I've been doing it for a long time. It happens everywhere in the world, and obviously this doesn't help. We have a young group, and we have to keep looking forward, and already thinking about the next match.” .

[Lugar ameaçado?] “I feel like we did a great job during the week. My role is to provide the tools and methods to find solutions. I know what we are working on, and the solutions we have. It’s football, whatever happens doesn’t depend on me.”

[O que pode dizer aos adeptos] “I apologize. Today was an important day, to perform well collectively and individually, to feel like I was one of the best versions of the team, which is not the case.”

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