Diego Martínez asks that ‘the emotional hangover has no impact’

The coach of Pomegranate, Diego Martinez, asked his players this Saturday that “the emotional hangover has neither negative nor positive impact” in Sunday’s game against Alaves after debuting in European competition on Thursday, and highlighted from the Vitoria team that it has “forwards with great potential”.

The coach of Pomegranate was shown in a press conference “delighted” with the attitude of all its players, defining what they have ahead as “a long, exciting, complex and hard road” in which “the most important thing is that the team has the mentality you’re having “.

After making his debut in the Europa League on Thursday and on the eve of playing another key game to continue in this competition next Thursday, Diego asked his players before “the major challenge” of playing so many games that “the emotional hangover has no impact or negative nor positive “.

“We have to focus on the present because it is what will allow us to get our best version. We will only be competitive from our best version, we will have problems if we do not give that best version,” said the coach.

“We have to put all our energy into Alavés, it will be a difficult and complex game because the Spanish Primera is tremendously difficult. Our focus is there because on Monday or Tuesday they confine us all, let’s not waste a second of energy on value something that is so far away, “he commented when questioned about the Europa League.

Deportivo Alavés stressed that “it has forwards with great potential” who are “complementary players”, who have “a great aerial game” and that the game system used by the team “favors the participation of the forwards”.

“It is a team with a good set piece, experience and overflow on the outside. Like all games in the First Division it will be highly demanding, the line between winning or losing depends on details and we hope that these details are on our side,” added the coach. Galician.

Diego Martínez made it clear that “the team is above everything and everyone,” he asserted that “with all the information” he has, he tries to “manage each game” and added that the words “prioritize or reserve” do not exist for him.

In relation to the new LaLiga protocols and the impact they have on the teams and the technicians in the stadiums, he pointed out that “respecting the principles of health and the protocols” he believes that the measures must be “agreed upon” so that the coaches can develop its functions “naturally”.