The coach of the Deportivo Alavés, Javier Calleja, indicated that this Saturday's duel with Eibar “It is the most difficult game” of those who have played to date “because the head is misleading”, Referring to the relaxation that may come from having come out of the relegation places.
The Complutense warned in a telematic press conference that your team should stay alert and not overdo it trustworthy because they face the last classified and depend on themselves to achieve salvation.
“We have to follow the same dynamic with the same desire, the same motivation and for that we need the entire squad”, He insisted during his speech, in which he bet that his players are intelligent and do not go out to speculate or wait for the error of the gunsmiths.
Javi Calleja was under the orders of José Luis Mendilibar in his time as a professional gamer and acknowledged that he left his mark. “He is a charismatic coach, super demanding and a great person,” added the Madrid-born, who stated that he learned a lot from the Basque coach.
“Mendilibar does not let anyone relax, the demand is maximum and he puts a lot of intensity and a lot of passion in everything he does in each training session ”, he added.
Calleja waits for a “brave” Eibar despite his situation qualifying and thought that the key may be in the mastery of transitions and second plays.
However, did not give importance to the dimensions of Ipurua. “The measures are good to be able to play soccer,” said the Madrilenian, who highlighted that “very good soccer matches have been seen on the Gipuzkoan field of play with teams that have been able to dominate through the ball,” although he clarified They should also be attentive to the constant centers of Eibar.
He valued the work of John Guidetti, author of the albiazul goal in the past matchday. “He has shown me that he is a great professional, he is very involved and involved in the team's goal since I have been here and he has qualities that benefit us for my football idea,” said the coach.
Javi Calleja also said that a victory could serve to “put a little more pressure to the direct rivals who have complicated confrontations ”and who play afterwards.