Atlético de Madrid: Simeone, on the ‘Negreira case’: “When a door opens, a window also opens”


Diego Pablo Simeone appeared before the media on the eve of taking on the Girona this Monday. However, the investigations Barcelona for the payments to the vice president of the referees and the last reaction of the real Madrid would lead the technician to leave an enigmatic sentence advocating for ventilate on all sides. Especially taking into account that the rojiblancos would be runners-up in two of the Leagues of that period and that in the last visits to the Santiago Bernabúboth in LaLiga and in the Cup, will feel harmed, even motivating the protest of Miguel Angel Gil.

Wardrobe with greater internal competition. “What is seen is clear and we are all observers of what is seen. The reality is that the team is excited, those who start playing or those who have to enter. It was always one of the tools to compete at the highest level and hopefully we can sustain it from here to the end”.

atypical week. “It is the reality that we have to solve, we knew that we were playing on Monday and we worked to arrive in the best way against a team that from midfield forward with the coach who has always shown courage, has good players and good pressure in the loss. We have to take the game to where it suits us best”.

Investigation into Barcelona and Real Madrid’s reaction. “These are issues that have to be resolved by the people who have to resolve it. We have the illusion that it will be done so that we can all understand it and we all compete with the same rules. But when a door opens, a window also opens.”

riquelme. “I love him, he is a player with a lot of energy, he had a fantastic pre-season, we talked to him because there were many players in his position and the best decision was to go to a place where he has had minutes and a coach who has given him confidence”.

De Paul and competition in between. “There is a search for a way that the team in these two months began to feel more comfortable and safe and whoever enters knows what they have to do. We need him, because of his personality and vision of the game, but there is good competition in the sector and it is the best thing that can happen to us. It makes us compete better if we manage to sustain it”.

Before the World Cup it was his worst moment as a coach. “When you say that, you never know when the worst moment is. When you say ‘it can’t be worse’, you never know, so you have to be attentive.”

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