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The ‘Malaguista’ coach spoke to the media at the Power8 Stadium: “It wasn’t our best game.” Gracia adds: “It took us a while to settle into the match, but we were capable of equalising on two occasions.”

Málaga Club de Fútbol coach, Javi Gracia held a press conference following this morning’s training session at the Ciudad de Málaga athletics stadium, ahead of tomorrow’s match against RCD Espanyol: “We want to stay true to our game and create as many options as we can to win.”

Málaga Club de Fútbol’s Roberto Rosales held a press conference following this morning’s training session, to talk about the start of the League competition as well as the forthcoming match against RCD Espanyol: “We need to stay relaxed. We're working hard and the goals will come.”

Left-back, Antunes analyses the start of the season: “We played well during our first three matches. Both physically and mentally we’re strong. We’ve got a lot of faith in our work and believe we can have a successful season,” affirms the Portuguese-born player.

Málaga Club de Fútbol coach, Javi Gracia held a press conference following the goalless draw against Levante UD. The ‘Malaguista’ coach highlights the impressive style of play by his team, despite not clinching victory: “The team should have won today, they deserved to, although we weren’t capable of doing the most important job, which is to score goals.”

Málaga-born José Luis García ‘Recio’, who made his debut this season in the Blue and Whites’ starting-11, comments: “It’s a shame we didn’t win. We had 12 or 13 shots at goal, with hardly any from Levante. I felt comfortable on the pitch, my teammates helped me a great deal and I’m thrilled to have played for 90 minutes.”
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