Javier Aguirre recognizes that this Monday his permanence in LaLiga is at stake with Mallorca – La Opinión

Javier Aguirre recognizes that this Monday his permanence in LaLiga is at stake with Mallorca – La Opinión

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The Mexican coach Javier Aguirrecoach of Majorcahas given the utmost importance to the match that his team will play this Monday at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium, because it can mark the future of the club.

In Seville, we are risking our future in the First Division, nothing more and nothing less“, remarked the Mexican coach.

“We have to rise to the occasion. We lack points to face the final stretch of the championship with more calm, but we have never been in relegation in more than 70 games,” Aguirre stated at the press conference prior to the thirty-second matchday of Laliga.

He Mallorca will face the clash against Sevilla with a 6-point advantage over Cádizthe Vermillions’ next rival and which marks the border of relegation.

“It is true that Cádiz lost (4-1 in Girona), but I do not like to depend on anyone. I have to do my job, not have others do it for you. We have to add more points to stay in the first division and due to various circumstances we have not done so yet,” admitted the Mexican coach.

“In the outings (a single away victory against Celta) we have not had clarity nor have we been able to be better than the rival. The last third condemns us, we have a very poor production in attack. We lacked definition, the last pass and this does not only concern the forwards, it is to the entire team. And I am the most responsible for all that,” he added.

Aguirre insisted that “without technique there is no tactic that is worth it.” “We have tried everything, we worked on it, but we lacked that balance to be more organized in the final third, where you get to the bottom, occupy the area and there you are free to try a dribble or try offensive mechanisms. I admit that I am heavy with the definition, that it is a matter of streaks, but I am very happy with my team,” said the Mallorcan coach.

The Mexico City coach finally referred to Sevilla. “He has improved and is very recognizable, like all of Quique’s (Sánchez Flores) teams. They play in a very orderly manner and are supportive. They will have the support of their people, but we have to rise to the occasion,” said Javier Aguirre.

*With information from EFE

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