The Lions play the penultimate round of the second division of League 3
Sporting B plays on Saturday in Alverca in the penultimate round of the second division of League 3 and the Lions have already been keen to ask for the support of the fans, just like the green wave that accompanied the main team.
“The presence of the fans is very important for the aspirations of these young players, who want to reach the first team and have to get used to the crowd not only in big matches. Coach Felipe Selikaya said in statements to Sporting’s official website: “We appeal to them to be present in the match because we feel that they will be very important.”
“Team A is in control, they have many chances to score and shoot. We try to follow this line, and to do this, we have to train this way from a young age and repeat it in matches. “We are the team with the most shots, the most possession, the clear scoring chances, and the team with the most fouls, which is a very important fact.”
Winger Mauro Cotto also reviewed the meeting, where he spoke about his individual development at Sporting, where he is now permanently present. “They are all great players and there is great competition in training. We have a very good and united group in this aspect, and we help each other grow. “In addition to improving a lot, I'm sure I've really helped my teammates improve,” he explained.
As for Sporting B, the victory over Alverca is decisive to move them closer to first place in the league table.
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