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Abel quotes Guardiola again to defend the philosophy at Palmeiras

Abel quotes Guardiola again to defend the philosophy at Palmeiras

ESPN.com.brMay 24, 2023, 21:16Reading: two minutes.

Abel Ferreira made history once again Palm treesAnd Filipau’s sign equation As a coach, he has the most wins CONMEBOL Libertadores at the club. The coach intends to keep his philosophy the same.

At a press conference after The victory over Cerro PortenoThe Portuguese captain quoted Pep Guardiola again to point out one of his business secrets.

“Guardiola was asked what to do the fourth or fifth time he reached the semi-finals. He said: ‘I will do everything I have done in the years that have passed and we have lost. I will ask the players to remain calm, but to do the same,’ he said.

“This is football, it’s magic. People want to make football a science, but football is not an exact science. There are those who don’t want to do that. Football has a life of its own, it has random moments and issues that can’t be controlled. Today there was Ejection and it wasn’t in my game plan, that’s not how it works. The game has life.”

“What I tell them is that there is nothing and no one that can stop us from doing our best. Then we accept the result. If we lose, let’s go. We have three, two, or sometimes we don’t have a day off. I’m a very lucky coach because I have a great team.” It has all the structures and everything up-to-date,” he concluded.

Palmeiras is the vice-leader of Group C, with 9 points, tied with the leaders Bolivar. now, Abel Ferreira’s team only needs to add one more point In the next two rounds to advance in the tournament.

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Palmeiras next commitment is against Barcelona- EQU, at home, on June 7. If you lose to the Ecuadorians, you will have to at least draw with Bolivar or hope that the Ecuadorian team does not win the title. Cerro Porteno in the last round.

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Abel Ferreira watching the Palmeiras match in LibertadoresCesar Greco / Palmeiras