Ramis Era Begins with Disappointing Draw against SD Huesca: Espanyol Coach Calls for Defensive Improvement

Spanish Coach Ramis Calls for Defensive Improvement

The start of Ramis’ tenure as the coach of Spanish football club didn’t go as planned. In their recent match against SD Huesca, the team struggled to find their rhythm and ended up with a draw. During a press conference, Ramis expressed his disappointment with the performance, stating that the team did not deserve to win. He highlighted the lack of aggressiveness and forcefulness, particularly in defense, and acknowledged that the opponent had been more intense. Ramis emphasized the need for defensive improvement and taking more responsibility in the attacking zone.

“We Are Not Going to Crush Anyone,” Says Ramis

Despite the unsatisfactory result, Ramis expressed satisfaction with the point earned, acknowledging that the team fell short of their goal to secure all three points. He emphasized that the team’s approach is not to overpower their opponents but rather to focus on being complete and balanced. Ramis remains confident that as the season progresses, the team will be able to execute their game plan effectively.

Ramis also addressed the loyal fans who traveled to support the team at The Alcoraz stadium. He regretted not being able to reward them with a victory and admitted that the team had let them down. He assured the fans that the team is aware of their expectations and will work tirelessly to improve their position in the league standings. However, he acknowledged that reaching the top spot would be challenging.

When asked about the transfer market, Ramis declined to comment, stating that his focus is on the current squad and that any changes will only occur during the winter market.

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One Response

  1. “Despite a disappointing draw, it’s early days for the Ramis era at Espanyol. Defensive improvements will surely come with time and coordination on the pitch. Let’s give the coach and team some room to grow and show their potential.”

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