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07 Feb 2019
The new coach of Fabril, Luisito, is aware of the challenge and that the team needs to add a lot in order to clinch he salvation. He promised sacrifice and courage.

 José Luis Míguez Iglesias ‘Luisito’ was presented on Wednesday, the new coach of Fabril was introduced by Carmelo Del Pozo, who explained the reason to change the coach when the relegation seems inevitable, “The idea is clear, the team needed a change in all aspects. It needed an impulse. And he was the right person for his knowledge of the league and because I know him since a while ago. This should be a new format in the way to work, and he will have all the resources available.”

The new coach said that he isn’t crazy to take the challenge of trying to revert a difference of 12 points when only 15 matchdays are remaining, “I am not a fool. I am not crazy, but am a brave guy and I was always like that all my life. I am not scared, apart from death, everything is possible in life. We are defending a badge that cannot be tainted and, as long as I am the coach, we are to defend the badge until death.” He added.

He continued with the motivational speech, “We are going to fight every Sunday and the key to get out of there is work, work and work. I've asked the boys to just think of Burgos. Reality tells us that we are the worst team in the group, but there’s time ahead. I know what it’s to be in humble clubs and I have achieved successes. I want them to have the hope that I bring here. Against Burgos it a must win game, the tie is useless. "

Luisito also explained the philosophy in order to face this last stage of the season, frame in which only the three points are worthy, “Nobody is more hopeful than me and I want to transmit that to the lads. I am convinced that they are much better of what the standings are saying. We have fifteen matchdays ahead of us, and I am planning it like a 15-kilometer career that we start this Sunday against Burgos, and we need to run one kilometer in three minutes.” 




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