Málaga CF coach, Javi Gracia held a press conference ahead of tomorrow’s 26th BBVA League game of the season, which will see Málaga CF visit Granada CF at New Los Cármenes stadium on Saturday 7th March at 10 p.m. The Blue and Whites “will show great ambition, as we have a hunger and desire to improve.”

Málaga CF striker, Juanmi held a press conference following this morning’s training session, focused on the forthcoming match against Granada CF: “We’ll give our all from the very first minute. Now we have achieved our objective, we can look ahead to the remaining 13 games with the utmost enthusiasm and desire to end the season as high up the League table as possible.”

The Blue and Whites’ player has renewed his contract with the Martiricos Club until 2017/18: “I would like to thank the Club for everything that’s been done. It was an easy decision for me, as I really enjoy the wonderful atmosphere between my teammates and the coaching team. This is a very happy and special day for me and I want to contribute as much as I can to Málaga CF,” affirms the ‘Malaguista’ defender.

The Portuguese-born player was selected by Blue and Whites’ fans as man of the match tonight, having scored the team’s third goal with assistance from Castillejo to seal the 3-2 win against Getafe CF: “Castillejo and I have a great chemistry. He made an incredible pass to enable me to score, so the congratulations must also go to Casti.”

Málaga CF coach, Javi Gracia analyses tonight’s win against Getafe CF in the Juan Cortés press room at La Rosaleda: “I’m thrilled with the result. I’m not sure yet whether we’ve definitely secured permanency, or we’re very close to the number of points needed to seal our First Division place next season, with a third of the competition still left to play. I’m very pleased and proud of everything we’ve achieved.”

Venezuelan-born Roberto Rosales is, like his team, enjoying a great season and the Blue and Whites have almost definitely secured their First Division permanency for another year: “The team has worked incredibly hard since the start of the season, and reaching this level at this point is something to be proud of. Now we’ve mathematically secured our position, we can look towards other objectives.”

The Blue and Whites’ coach doesn’t want to focus on long-term objectives yet, and is only concerned with victory on Saturday that could secure First Division permanency this season: “I don’t want to talk about next week as there’s a lot to play for tomorrow, so I prefer to focus my energies on that so as not to mislead anyone. We need to be super focused as we know the difficulties surrounding every match this season as every team has objectives to fulfil, so there is no such thing as an easy rival for us.”

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