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Simeon: “When the season ends, we will do analysis and self-criticism”

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Diego Pablo Simeone, manager of Atletico Madrid


Diego Pablo Simeone, manager of Atletico Madrid – Oscar J. Barroso / AFP7 / Europa Press

MADRID, May 10. (EUROPE PRESS) –

The coach of Atlético de Madrid, Diego Pablo Simeone, has assured that when the season ends they will “analysis and self-criticism”but now they are focused on achieving the goal of securing their ticket to the Champions League, which means beating Elche on Wednesday at the Martínez Valero.

“When we finish the season, we will assess globally and do the analysis that we have to do, with self-criticism and growth for the present and the future”declared at a press conference, without wanting to mark the team. “LaLiga is not over yet, there are three very important games left, and tomorrow we have to focus on Elche”he insisted.

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This Wednesday, the Argentine coach will complete 400 games directed in LaLiga Santander. “It excites me, it is not easy to have continuity in football. Thanks to the club, the players and the fans, who have always been close and have generated ten very nice years. You have to keep working. Football is day to day, you have to win and reach the goals set and think about the day to day”he pointed.

Thus, now it is time to think of an Elche that “with the arrival of his coach he has improved a lot”. “He has grown and has competed very well, especially in the last few games, he has changed the system and tomorrow we will find ourselves with a tough and difficult game that we will try to take where we think we can do damage. We cannot deviate from tomorrow’s match with Elche”he underlined.

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In another order of things, about his ten victories as Atletico coach over Real Madrid, he responded with irony. “we have been lucky”he said, before talking about the state of the Portuguese Joao Félix. “I just ran into him coming here, I asked him how he was and I see him very much looking forward to being there. Hopefully we can have it against Sevilla”he concluded.


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