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VALENCIA boss CELADES after triumph over Chelsea: "We are proud of how committed we were"

18.09.2019 01.40 by Claudio Colla  read 503
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Commenting upon the unexpected CL away victory achieved over Chelsea, Valencia boss, Albert Celades, stated: "We are all very happy. The team did a great job, and we hope that from now on people only talk about our football and look ahead. Set pieces? I don't know if they were worked on under the previous coach, but since the game against Barça we have begun working on dead ball situations and other aspects of our play.

Let's hope that from now on we start to talk about football, and the rumblings about non-football related things ends. I hope we can look ahead with today's victory. It was so hard to accomplish, and took so much effort from the players. When you get to a situation like this, having a run at Champions League, you want to hold onto it with all your might and not let go. The players showed their commitment. We should be proud of the commitment the squad showed to the club and to the fans.

The players know that it takes a lot to win against a side like Chelsea, at a ground like this. I've never felt alone here, and have always felt that I have the support of the players. You can introduce a few changes. Yesterday we were able to work on some things and we're happy, because we saw a few of them coming off on the pitch today. The credit goes to the players; we try to help them with certain situations that could come about in specific moments.

I don't have enough ego to make remarks about anything. The only thing that I want is to work. I was appointed for a job, and I'm going to try to do it in the best way possible. We have very little time to train, as we're playing every three days. We did a little work on set pieces, and tried to incorporate some good things to all that the team already had, which is a lot. I just try to get the best performance out of each player".

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