Ronald Koeman has appeared this Wednesday before the press to analyze the match against Getafe and the news, marked by the Super League. The coach, who did not want to say too much about this new competition, has made it clear that he agrees with Piqué's tweet. "Football belongs to the fans, today more than ever," wrote the central. On the other hand, he has ensured that the team only focuses on the eight finals that remain to finish the season.
"There are players who have played an incredible number of matches. There is talk of the Super League, the Champions League... but UEFA ignores the players who play many games. Only money matters. Look at the schedules, tomorrow we will play at 22.00 hours".
"I don't want to talk much about this issue. I agree with Piqué's tweet".
"I have spoken with the president yesterday and he explained the club's position to me. There has been so much movement that it is best not to give an opinion. Nobody knows what can happen and we have to wait. I want the best for the club. I will not answer any more . I am not the spokesperson, it is always the president. My job is to prepare the team, but it is normal for you to ask. There is so much moved by people's reactions and we have to wait and see how it turns out in the end. We want the best for this club , but the president must speak".
"It is normal that Gerard Piqué was quite tired, after being out for a while you need rhythm to be as before. We will see tomorrow. Surely he will not be there for the whole game".
"They have returned to training with great enthusiasm, they have deserved to rest. They are physically very strong, it shows in the games and for something we have won several games in the last section. Now we don't need to train much because the physical data are impressive, but you have to continue with energy. If we achieve our level, the game without the ball that we are doing, we can aspire to many things .
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"My experience is that they talk more about things that are not of the game. I would like to talk more about tactics, of game analysis... but I understand that there are interesting things that aren't of the game".