December 6, 2021

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Ruben Amorim warns Sporting of ‘an even fiercer match’ with Pacos de Ferreira

In a press conference held at Jose Alvalade Stadium, Ruben Amorim stressed that “winning is always important”, not only to continue the seven-game winning streak, but above all to “keep the position” and go with “good feelings”. To stop the tournament due to the commitments of the teams.

“The players are ready to change the competition. The match will be completely different, Pacos de Ferreira will be more aggressive. It is a team that prepared the game well and knows Sporting better than Besiktas. To prepare, and that always helps. We have to be prepared for a team that is aggressive, makes a lot of mistakes and looks for depth”.

Facing the praises of Pachins coach Jorge Simao, who highlighted the Lions as the most complex team to face, Leonino’s coach thanked his Pachos de Ferreira counterpart’s words, but ensured he was not cheated before. This talk.

“I’m happy with that. All the teams are having good times and I see it with good eyes, but I’m not kidding. There are great teams in Portugal and we can lose to Pacos de Ferreira. We know the match will be very great. It’s difficult.. We have to score.. one goal.” at least “.

With Sporting tied with FC Porto in first place, both on 26 points in 10 matches, Ruben Amorim declined to comment on the results ‘crisis’ of Benfica, who have had some advantage over rivals for about a month now. He has already fallen behind in the rankings, reminding the team of the importance of maintaining modesty in their challenges.

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“We don’t talk about rivals. Two weeks ago, we lost twice in the ‘Champions’ and were behind Benfica. Football changes a lot and there is no benefit that lasts forever. What we have to do is be humble against Paços de Ferreira. No matter what happens. to competitors.”