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"Tomorrow we have to go out to win, knowing that they also need the victory"

The Armeras will try to get their first win tomorrow at Ipurua against Sporting de Huelva

In a press conference prior to the match against Sporting Club de Huelva tomorrow, coach Yerai Martin explained the importance of the match, and how decisive it would be to win for the future: "It would help us to take the load off our back and fill us with confidence to continue working for the rest of the season".

The reality is that the Andalusians have picked up only one point and the Armeras have four, and a victory in Ipurua, in addition to being the first at home, would give the team a big boost as they work to continue adding to their points tally. "They have been in the first division for years and, although in the last few years they have struggled to stay up, they must be doing something right,” the coach said of Saturday’s opponents. “They are a strong team, who also work well without the ball. We will have to match or improve the intensity with which they play, have more ball possession and create more scoring chances." 

Yerai Martin also stressed the importance of keeping a cool head during the match. The pressure of getting the first victory should not weigh on the players during the game and "we must control our feelings and thoughts, having that under control is important to play a good game and be able to get closer to victory". 

Once again, he expressed his gratitude to the fans for the support he is receiving and encourages them to continue doing so in "a match that will be very nice because both teams need to win, and tomorrow they will definitely encourage us and support us as they have done so far".