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Joseba Etxeberria: Every point is worth its weight in gold and it's time to give something extra to extend our run

Eibar coach Joseba Etxeberria declared that "every point is worth its weight in gold and it's time to give something extra to extend our run of form” as he spoke to the mesia.


In the press conference prior to tomorrow's match at Anduva against CD Mirandés, the Armeros' coach stressed that "if we win away from home, with the level we are giving at Ipurua, we will continue to climb up the table".




“It’s true that the team is getting better and better, in terms of our play. The wins are improving our feeling too, because what matters is to win but the best is how you win.”


“In the end, there is only one thing which is more difficult than winning, it’s winning again, and to do that we will have to play a very good game in Anduva because Mirandés will make us play at a high speed.”


“We know that the season is very long, but there isn’t such a big difference between some teams and others in Segunda. That’s where you see good form and bad form in some teams, and with an improvement in our play, we’ve got wins and we’re looking more confident and playing with quality, which is what we’re seeing in the table.”


“I’m looking forward to go back to Miranda. I felt very valued and recognised there, I was very comfortable. Although we will go for the three points, I want to wish the club the best.”


“I think the model has changed a little, beyond just the coaching team, but we know what we’ll find, a quick team with power in attack and a lot of mobility. They know how to play with intensity, and we’ll have to be prepared for this kind of game. We want to keep our run of wins going, knowing it’ll be a demanding game.”


“To be a balanced and reliable team over 42 games, you need defensive guarantees and to be a solid team. Seeing the potential that we have up front, we have to try to play like we did the other day.”


“The feeling has to be that when Eibar crosses the halfway line, there’s danger. We’re the team in the division who cross the most and we want to be a threat. We need to activate when we recover the ball and catch players from the opponents out of position. That’s how we can be competitive.”


“We think we will be a very reliable team at Ipurua. We’ve won three and I don’t think we deserved to lose against Leganés. That has to serve to give us the mentality to continue playing with this level both home and away, to keep climbing up the table. But for now, we have to focus on the day to day.”