Castellón does not think about the alirón: “We must compete until the end”

Castellón does not think about the alirón: “We must compete until the end”
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CASTELLO. Castellón faces this weekend’s day with the mathematical possibility of singing the praise of promotion. To do this, they must beat Real Murcia at the Enrique Roca and hope that Córdoba does not do the same at the Recreativo Granada fiefdom. This combination would make the orelluts in a Second Division team.

But the albinegro locker room only makes calculations based on what is in their own hands, without depending on other parties. And the accounts are clear. You have to add five points to meet the objective, no matter what your rivals do.

To start that sequence, Castellón will look for three points against one of the most in-form teams in the First Federation. “We must win two more games to advance and for us every day is a final. “If other teams help you, it will be one less game, but we have to look at our performance and win this Saturday,” he said. Haris Medunjanin.

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For his part, the albinegro coach, Dick Schreuder He has warned of the importance of his team being psyched to keep fighting until the last game and not let their guard down at any time. “There are people who believe that we are already promoted and that is not the case. We must compete until the end”, he stressed.

With your feet on the ground

The truth is that the Albinegra squad is isolated from the climate of euphoria that the fans are experiencing due to the proximity of promotion. Proof of this are the six consecutive victories he has achieved and the feeling that he competes better and better as the end of the championship approaches. The albinegros have lost the brilliance of the first round, but have gained in solidity and consistency, turning their matches into an exercise in solvency and effectiveness.

This streak has led those from La Plana to open a gap that is difficult for Córdoba to overcome, but which they will have to confirm in the coming days.

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