Pau Torres: “It’s going to be a beautiful game, Granada are a demanding rival”
The Malaguista player held a press conference this Wednesday morning: “I don’t consider myself to be a permanent fixture in the starting line-up, I work to make things difficult for the coach”.
Important role in defence
“No, I don’t consider myself to be a permanent fixture in the starting line-up, I work to make things difficult for the coach, so he can rely on me whenever he sees fit”.
Points from away games
“We’ve been looking and away from home we are the sixth or seventh team in regard to points scored, which means that if we’re not winning, there are many other teams who are also not victorious in away games. It’s tough claiming victory away from home, and with the exception of a team that has scored 14 points as a visitor, it’s difficult scoring points. Yes, we need to focus on this aspect more if we want to follow this line, but now we’re returning home determined to claim the points at stake”.
Back at La Rosaleda
“The team always finishes a match and wipes the slate clean. We’re looking forward to the next game, back playing in front of our home crowd, at our ground, and scoring another three points, which is what we like best”.
Málaga - Granada, a good match
“It’s going to be a beautiful game, Granada are a demanding rival, fighting for the same things as us. It’s going to be important returning to our home ground and trying to win the match”.
Taking position in the standings
“There are three points at stake, like last week. Of course, against a rival that will fight to win, goal average is important, but they are three points like in every other game. There are many games with many points still to play for, perhaps in previous years there haven’t been so many points needed to reach these positions. We need to find our place for the final months and I think we’re on the right track”.