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Kameni responded to some imaginative questions from the young journalists in La Rosaleda’s press room: “The most important thing is respect and hard work within a team. You’ll all need the help and support of your classmates in school, as well as your parents and teachers, the same way in which we need help from our teammates and coach,” says Kameni to the young fans from Simón Bolívar primary school.

Málaga Club de Fútbol goalkeeper, Carlos Kameni held a press conference this morning to discuss the upcoming BBVA League game against Rayo Vallecano. As part of the II Children’s Day activities, students from Simón Bolívar School in Málaga acted as journalists following the press conference. Kameni says: “The most important thing is to win, take each match at a time and always focus on the three points in play. This is the only way to grow and move forward.”

Málaga Club de Fútbol’s Vitorino Antunes held a press conference following this morning’s training session at the Ciudad de Málaga stadium, to talk about Sunday’s BBVA League game against Rayo Vallecano: “Our aim is to achieve our third consecutive win, and to do this we need to remain focused and aggressive.”

Blue and Whites’ midfielder, Ignacio Camacho took part in a press conference this morning at Málaga’s provincial government headquarters, to promote the II Children’s Day taking place on Sunday, coinciding with the Málaga CF – Rayo Vallecano match, and to talk about the team: “We’re a large squad and we all need to be match-ready. We performed well at the weekend, and maintained a high level of play. We now need to stay focused and work as hard as possible as we need to give 100% against Rayo.”

The Málaga-born striker, who opened the scoring in tonight’s game following an outstanding pass from Camacho, scored the 1,200th goal in Málaga CF’s history: “It was really lucky I scored this goal, the 1,200th Málaga CF goal, but more than scoring a goal – I’m pleased with our victory.”

The Málaga CF coach analyses his team’s victory at the Nuevo Arcángel stadium: “We’ve got a lot of things to improve on as we needed to generate a lot of scoring opportunities in order to clinch two goals. The result could have been more favourable if we were more accurate with our chances, but overall I’m very pleased.”

Málaga Club de Fútbol coach, Javi Gracia held a press conference following this morning’s training session, to talk about the upcoming BBVA League clash with Córdoba Club de Fútbol: “They are a team that always tries to capitalise on their strengths and play great football. I want to see a positive image of our team tomorrow, full of ambition and eager to claim the points in play.”

The Blue and Whites’ striker talks about his substitution in the match against Granada CF: “I was angry when I was substituted and we lost 1-0. I thought we were playing well. Granada were just defending and we needed a goal. I wanted to help the team and I was disappointed at that time. I sat on the bench and threw my sweatshirt on the floor. It wasn’t a professional thing to do, and I apologise to the coach, my teammates and the fans. I’m not the type of person who goes in search of problems. I respect the coach and the decisions he makes and now we’re completely focused on the match in Córdoba.”
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