03 de May del 2019 3:35 pm.
Goalkeeper Jonathan Orozco spoke in a pre-training press conference as los Guerreros prepare to close the 2019 Clausura with a win at home against Pumas this Sunday.
"There's always something at stake," he said. "You play for prestige, your name, your club or to move on to another team, so you always play for something, and regardless of whether we would have won a pass to the Liguilla, these three points are important with regard to the relegation table. We are working to give our fans a joy and although we have not given them what we want, the intention is to give them a win so that they leave the tournament a little happier."
Against Pumas, he said, he's not expecting a relaxed game given that both teams didn't make the playoffs this tournament.
"It's going to be a complicated match, he added. "Pumas has good players, great strikers, they arent't going to give anything away. I do not feel like they're going to run rampant, but I think they're going to wait for us, to try to find our errors and capitalize, which this has usually been the case with all teams. Hopefully it is different, hopefully it's an open and enjoyable game for the fans because our intention is to attack. Each time we adapt more to the system that Professor Guillermo Almada."
To conclude, he expressed his gratitude for Santos fans and their support.
"I am very grateful to the people, he said. "It has not been easy, this change was not easy for me. More than the title that I won here in Santos, the real achievement was changing the boos to applause, and that's the biggest recognition I have here. The truth is that I am very fond of the fans and when you demonstrate and work to the death on the field, the people take notice."