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Quintana and Munir, face to face

The young homegrown player and Blue and White goalkeeper attended to the Club’s official media following group training this Thursday.

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21/05/2020 17:18

Group training, a big step forward

Munir

“It’s a big difference being able to train with our teammates. Being able to see them, joke around, enjoy spending time with them…I missed them. Particularly ahead of the start of the competition. The fact they can make shots at goal really helps a lot”.

Quintana

“It’s so much better training in a group, you can learn a lot from your teammates. I’m very happy to be here, being able to improve and do the best I can”.

The coach’s influence  

Munir

“The coach is trying to adapt as much as possible to the circumstances. We know it’s difficult, but the coaching team is doing a great job to make our job easier. We are also trying to adapt as quickly as we can in order to be on top form for the competition”.

Quintana

“Pellicer is an approachable man. Last week he came up and had a chat with us, so we felt comfortable going back on the pitch. He gives more talks now that we’re training in groups, gives more instructions, I’m really happy to be honest”.

The return of LaLiga is getting closer

Munir

“What really motivates us is being able to show what we can do on the pitch. It’s the place where we can demonstrate our enthusiasm and we’re going to do our utmost to make our fans proud of us”.

Quintana

“Every homegrown player dreams of being able to debut, but it’s complicated. I focus on training and giving my all. Then if my chance comes, which hopefully it will, I’ll try to be as prepared as possible so I can do my best”.

Talking about... Munir, Quintana

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Everything ready to return to work

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List of 30 players to return to activity

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