Wednesday interview with Melli and Dubarbier

Sebastián Dubarbier & Melli were the two players who met the media on Wednesday in the press room in the El Mundialito grounds.

The mid fielder commented that “we have two consecutive wins and we need to continue this way to move as fast as we can out to the bottom of the table. I see a squad with a need to do well and improve and the desire to win more games”.
Continuing along this theme the blue and white “22”s stated, “We have an idea about how we want to play. We are trying the best we can but there is still room for improvement so the games can continue the way we want to”.
Dubarbier also pointed out the level of the squad, “ We have a great team fit to fight and win three points against any opponent. Now we need to play again as visitors and go all out for a win. Then we can see how the game turns out. The objective is save the team, we want to be in a safer position in the table,” he added.
To finish the Argentine footballer talked about his time here in Tenerife and the team, “I really like the island. I know we have to do things well and wait and see what we can achieve. If only I can stay here in the club. The group is outstanding and everyone has helped me. I know I still need to do more but I have adapted well”.
Melli, in the mean time, started by commenting the path the team has followed over the last few games. “we went to Salamanca with the idea to improve and that we did. The following weekend we were capable of beating the leader and now again we need to fight for the three points. The coach insists that we have to continue improving, but you can see we are doing things well and that is more positive”, he added.
To conclude the defender from Andalusia said, “every player in the squad is important. There are competent people and if I get the chance to play I will do the best possible job. I am calm, I know that I can play in various positions and help the team”, he finished.
The first team trained this morning, Wednesday, in a session that lasted two hours. The practise included warm-up, work with the ball including circulation, offensive and defensive moves and a series of games in reduced space
Ricardo León completed the first part of the the work with the group and then worked on his own with a trainer. Also present as often were Tenerife B players Dani Mederos y Josmar Zambrano.
CD Tenerife realise on Thursday their last training session for the week on the island at 10.00 in the El Mundialito grounds. After which trainer Antonio Tapia will give a press interview and the list of players due to travel to Balaídos for the game against RC Celta.

On Thursday there will be a meeting in the HRL Stadium between the president and the Fan clubs. This is part of the group of events given to celebrate the five year aniversary of the presiden Miguel Concepcion and his advisors.

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