In Front Of El Bahia. Mathias Segovia He was named for the third time in BotafogoAll under the direction of the technician Bruno Lage. They will find it It was an example of the interest the coach defended in the club’s youthful values. After Sunday’s win, at Nilton Santos, Lage praised the Paraguayan’s performance and spoke of being careful with boys – “the kids”, as the Portuguese say.
– We have to make daily decisions, we have a lot of people to get to know better, to value each moment. Mateo started with us for the first time, we realized what kind of player he was, we work with all the Matisse people, all the kids who recently arrived at the club, Mateo (Ponte), Diego (Hernandez), GB (Galvao). , Hugo, so that they can monetize their potential and grow – Lag began.
– Regarding Matty, what matters is that he played a great game, always with good decisions in attack and with impeccable defensive quality. What matters most to me is that the players have my confidence, and I ask them to work every day because opportunities arise. Because of injury and suspension, we couldn’t keep the number 11, but that doesn’t worry me. He added: What matters to me is the team’s work and it succeeded.
At the press conference, Bruno Lage was also asked what he said in the dressing room at halftime so that Botafogo could have a better second half than the first against Bahia.
The match is not won after five minutes, it is won after 90 minutes. Just like trophies are won at the end of the tournament. We always start strong, the opponents in Brazil are of great quality, you just have to look at the teams’ record all week. During the break, the conversation is about whether we should continue with the plan or whether we should make any changes. He has been correcting certain things and has a stronger entry. He explained that this is what I asked the players, with this energy, to look me in the eyes, calmly, to keep playing because the opportunities will continue to appear.
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