We’re stronger at home, and we are still in need of points. Apart from that, one of our goals here is that our fans come to El Alcoraz to see the team win and compete. Therefore, we keep that commitment.
The Azulgranas play at El Alcoraz once again, where they feel comfortable and strong, as the figures this season back them up. With theclear objective of keeping the positive home dynamics, they play against Tenerife, a side who “know how they want to play, are organised in defence and they have automatism,” told us Ziganda this Saturday.
And he added, when asked about the rival: “They’ve got a very similar squad to last season, and they’ve kept their manager from last year, when they played the promotion play-off, but it’s true that their results this campaign haven’t been the same. Anyway, I believe they play good football, they have automatism and all the players know their function. In my opinion, they’ve even gone a step further in attack.”
Regarding the fact that SD Huesca’s will be the last game of the week this time, the boss does not consider it decisive. “We’re the last to play, but we don’t pay much attention to the other results. We know we have to win and reach 50 points as soon as possible. We’ve running out of games and that is our first objective. It’s hard to do so, as we are all very even, it’s hard to win several games in a row, no one ever gives up and it’s really hard to make the difference to break the deadlock – Nothing in this competition is a given,” pursued Ziganda. “One of our objectives this season was that our fans came to El Alcoraz to see the team win and compete. Therefore, we keep that commitment,” he concluded.