The coach of the Spanish team responded to the statements of Antonio Conte, who had suggested that the Azulones play “dirty”.
José Bordalás spoke at a press conference in the preview of the clash between Getafe and Inter of Milan, for the round of 16 of the Europe League, and replied to Antonio Conte, who had suggested that the Azulones could play dirty.
“I imagine he meant that it will be a match with such intensity of the round of 16,” the Spaniard began, adding: “Inter should not be very concerned about Getafe because it is a small rival.”
In turn, the coach palpitated the knockout clash and assured: “We have been working a game like this for a long time, against a historic rival who fights for the Scudetto and in the Champions League.”
Along the same lines, he added: “We are going to be at a good level and we are going to have a great game. Whatever happens, the team will give a good image and we have our options to win. It is a difficult challenge and football has things incredible. “
Finally, the Valencian reiterated his enthusiasm for the match and said: “They are motivated and any footballer wants one of these games. There is no better motivation than doing it on this stage and with a rival like Inter.”
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