November 30, 2021

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Ivo Vieira wants to settle ‘debts’ with fans at home matches: ‘We must stick to this commitment’ – Famalicão

Famalicão coach reviewed the match with Portimonense

Having a good moment, having won seven points in their last three matches, Famalicão will seek to continue the positive phase in welcoming Portimonense. Minho has yet to win at home in this edition of the tournament, but Ivo Vieira is taking this up as a challenge. “Now we are on the path where we are looking to be more competitive and to get a better place in the table. We have to continue this moment, even with the tough matches we are going to face. We are going to have a tough job, against someone mature, experienced and well directed. We have a debt to our fans in the matches on Our land. In our house we have to do more and we have to keep this commitment in mind to give them that joy,” he began with the coach’s referral. At the moment, Famalicão has seven points less than Portimonense, who has also scored more goals than Algarivos. Ivo Vieira looks at this data in a natural way: “It is enough to analyze the two teams and know the origin of the Portimonense players, who have already played at excellence levels and have a lot of experience. We are in the process of growing and learning, we are one team facing progress, but in the end we have to be more balanced and take Better decisions in the defensive process. Offensively, we scored some goals, but we want to perform better. We have a youngster who upgraded the project and the player and that only if it worked if we defended the scene and played against the opponent’s goal.”

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The coach concluded his speech by emphasizing the importance of stability in terms of the eleventh rule for the club’s growth in terms of results. “We’ve had a lot of variety in terms of options throughout the season, but we know that stability doesn’t come in 15 days or a month. Together, things are going naturally with the more sustainable base of eleven, and that brings growth and confidence to the team. However, we are still a long way off. What I want the team to do, it’s a process that we build over time.”

The meeting between Famalicão and Portimonense is scheduled for 15:30 this Saturday.

by Diogo Matos