Borja García: “It was not the dream debut”

The midfielder of Huesca Borja Garcia, who debuted this Sunday with the Barça shirt against him Cadiz, has recognized this Tuesday that “it was not the dream debut” because he still lacks concepts to learn.

“I have only done three training sessions and I had the opportunity to debut, although it did not have the desired effect. I still have to insist and assimilate the concepts, to be able to help on this path in the First Division,” explained Borja.

After a week as a new Huesca player, the Madrid native has described his new teammates as a “magnificent group, with people who work hard” who have made him feel “at home”.

“They already told me it was a family club and it has met expectations, making me feel comfortable and integrated,” he said.

For Borja Garcia The goal is for Huesca to be “a leading team that feels comfortable with the ball without neglecting work and then that each one brings out their individual talent, and in that sense I have characteristics that I must exploit.”

About what the coach Míchel Sánchez asks you have commented; “The idea of ​​the game that he defends is the one that best suits me and that is why I chose this destination. Little by little I am picking up the tone and integrating myself to reach 100% of the performance and what is expected of me.”

The next commitment of the Catalans will be against the Valencia, a team that Borja has not hesitated to describe as “great, with a lot of social mass. They have shed good players, but they are still a great team”, before which their objective will be “to impose our style and redeem ourselves from bad feelings “.

“We want to give the attacking men more fluidity in the passing and not make mistakes, to generate more chances to score. With what we are working on, I am sure that the results will arrive soon and it will be noticed already this week”, assured Borja García .

The template of the SD Huesca has returned to training this Tuesday with three absences; Mikel Rico, with physical discomfort that already prevented him from not being able to play against Cádiz at the last minute, and the two players who are confined for having tested positive in the PCR test for coronavirus last Friday.