Mathematically there is still a way out - said Sergio Aragoneses

Mathematically there is still a way out. We need to break his negative run and we are going to try our hardest until the end”. This is how Sergio Aragoneses started his press conference on Wednesday in the Heliodoro.
For the keeper from Galicia, “we need to think that there are still chances, this is why we still need to try until the end. We will go all out for the three points next game”. “We are living in a situation that isn't great for anyone” he added.
“I feel like everyone. This is a group, in the good times and that bad ones. The players can get the club out of this and we are going to try our best. We need to see how we can do this to the advantage of everyone”, explained Aragoneses, for whom, “we are holding onto the option of salvation and we are going to try any way possible”.
Mikel Alonso was also interviewed today and for the player from the Basque region ”we need to turn the page, to think about the game next Saturday. In Alcorcón we had it in our hand and we let it go. We need to concentrate on the day to day training”.
Alonso was questioned about his return to the team after week of absence. Amaral used him in the second half against Alcorcon.
“I feel good. I played nine minutes and tried to help the team, but at the end we lost the points” he explained.
“We need to respect the work all the coaches are doing and all our colleagues. I would like to play more but I have the utmost respect for the decisions the coach makes” he added.
When asked about the next rival he said “Villarreal B has young players and great players. They will make things difficult for us”.
When asked about the reasons that have bought CD Tenerife to the position in the table, Mikel Alonso commented that “It is a complicated moment because things are just going right. Everyone in the club is trying hard. We are working to the maximum and there is no way out. Lets see with the next game things turn around and with it better results”.
“I can only think about the training and what might happen this weekend” he concluded.

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