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Eibar's second coach, Andoni
Azkargorta, who directed the clash against Valencia due to the sanction of Joseph
Luis
Balance, looks closer to the permanence after a victory that “serves to believe that we can get out from below and to face the next matches very well”.

“We are leaving with good feelings, we came from making good matches but a victory like this was missing and we have also achieved it by playing as we want to be and that encourages us a lot on the way forward,” he said. Azkargorta.

The armourer coach congratulated his players because before a great player like the Valencian team “they did very well”, while he valued “some points that represent a very important step forward in pursuit of our goal,” he repeated. Azkargorta.

The physical background of their players is being the key in recent games, also against a Valencia that “demanded a lot and forced a great wear and tear but they ended up whole and pressing them up, which is important.”

The Gipuzkoan coach finally regretted the fifth yellow card to Sergi
Enrich, which will prevent him from playing the next league game and that will affect the rotation of his attack players in a time of accumulation of so many games.