This Sunday (15), he faced Atletico Cuiaba and could not breakfast in five games without winning. To make matters worse at the Arena da Baixada and cast doubt on the team, the Hurricane ended up losing its third game in a row. The match at the Arena Pantanal ended 1-0 for the home team.
Coach Antonio Oliveira gave a press conference at the end of the match and suggested the negative series that Robro Negro suffered from. “It’s the same effect when we have consecutive victories. Of course, no one likes to lose, but that’s part of the process. The situation here was that we started the season (the season) in an unusual way, that no one can erase, with so many records that we broke. Obviously we don’t live by records. The coach stressed that my team and I will always fight for titles, and with this goal I am here.”
The challenge of showing the reaction from the coach himself, began for the match against LDU, which takes place at the Arena da Baixada, next Thursday (19), a duel that will determine a place in the semi-finals of the Copa América. In the first match, Atletico lost to the Ecuadorean team 1-0 in Quito.
“The team, on Thursday, will certainly respond to the picture depending on what the club is, the talent and the quality of the players. It’s nice to be involved in all the competitions, but there will come a time when we pay the price. It’s one thing to have whole weeks to be able to work. Another thing is that,” said Antonio Oliveira. To be in all competitions, we have this competence to be in.
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