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INTER, Mudingayi: "Being out on the pitch is what matters"

26.10.2012 14.58 by TM W  read 1902
Source: Inter.it
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Gabi Mudingayi, interviewed by Inter Channel after the game, was asked to describe his own performance against Partizan in Matchday 3 of the Europa League: "I tried to do what the boss asked of me, which was to move over to help the rest of the team on the right or the left where I was needed. We were set out better in the second half and we managed to put the brakes on our opponents and win a difficult game. Is the 3-4-1-2 formation we started with ideal for a player with attributes like mine? I graft hard in training, what matters to me is being out there on the pitch, wherever the coach decides he wants me." 

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