Kome back but injured

Kome was back at training yesterday but has an injured leg muscle and it is questionable if he will play on Saturday.

There were more than 200 people waiting to buy seats for Saturdays game this morning in Santa Cruz. The game is expected to sell out.

In interviews yesterday in the press room at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium Carlos Bellvis stated "I can see a very competitive team and we are capable of staying up. The fans always help us. On Saturday I hope the Helidoro will be full and am sure the fans will be ther to support us on hundred percent". When asked abou Sevilla Bellvis commented that they were a great team with many great players especially their forwards. "We know that a simple error could cost us the game. So we will need to be very concentrated from the first minute onwards."

Sergio Aragoneses started his interview by commenting that they were talking about a very complicated rival, a team that in the last few years has always been in European competitions. "That said," he continued "it is a game that anyone could win. We need to make the most of our chances as they present themselves. We need to go all out to win because the best would be if those three points stay here at home." To conclude he confirmed that the support of the fans will be very very necessary.

Miguel Concepción again affirmed that nothing had been discussed about paying the players an extra payment if they stayed in the first division. He said the players hadn't asked for anything all they need is to go out and win the 45 points the club needed to stay up.

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