Huracán’s coach, Diego Dabove, said that he lives the present of his team with “joy” in the run-up to the debut against Boston River from Uruguay as a visitor, for phase 2 of the Copa Libertadores de América.
“I had the team in my head to visit Boston River for a while. We are experiencing this whole process with great joy, I do not forget that we arrived in May of last year to order the team and we did it,” Dabove said, in a note with the party website “Habla Huracán”.
“The feeling of joy that is seen from the outside is what I feel too. In December we had offers to go abroad and from Hurricane in two minutes they arranged everything to renew the contract. I wasn’t even crazy about it,” he clarified.
Huracán will face phase 2 of the Libertadores against Boston River from Uruguay and is one of the cheerleaders and the guard of the Professional League with 10 points, two behind Lanús (12).
“My commitment to the people is that the team throws itself headlong into each ball. We have a team with clear ideas and that is committed to being the protagonist,” said the DT in the interview. In addition, Dabove spoke about the controversy with Lucas “Pata” Castro, who last week asked to have more minutes: “He is getting physically well, we are taking him little by little,” he explained.
The truth is that the midfielder did not concentrate against Barracas Central and did not travel with the delegation to Uruguay. “We are a vertical team, we attack direct and fast. We are complicating our rivals in this way, so it is difficult for me to ask them to play it a little more when they need little to beat their rival. The pause will appear on its own”, he sentenced.
Dabove explained that he puts the one who is “better”, and does not feel the pressure of the fan’s request to see the reinforcements on the pitch. “The base that was left demands the one who arrives. I have very good players left. The one who doesn’t run, he doesn’t play here,” he closed.