The second coach of the Cadiz, Roberto Perera, has declared this Friday that Sevilla, the rival of Cádiz next Sunday, involves “a lot of difficulty”, being one of “the best” teams in Europe.
Perera said in statements released by his club that Cádiz dreamed of being in the First Division last year “to face this type of game.”
The coach of the Cadiz team said that the Seville has a “very high” offensive potential and, given this, the Cadiz will try to “take” the game to the field that “best” suits him, he said. Perera, who regretted that the fans could not go to the Carranza stadium and “it is difficult to get” the games “forward” due to the lack of push from the stands.
The coach of the Cadiz, Alvaro Cervera, continues without the medical discharge for positive coronavirus and in this regard, Perera indicated that he is “restless, nervous”, not being able to be in the “day to day”, although he maintains permanent contact with his assistants.