Seville club coach indicated that "brought something there you have to score, it is very difficult to stay at zero", but has warned his team "does not give any points for losing."
The coach of Real Betis, Pepe Mel, said today that his team travels to Barcelona, which measures the champions league, "with the clear intention of scoring" although it is aware that visit the "stadium where he plays the best team in the world and the numbers are there to scare. "
Mel, in a press conference, stated that "brought something there you have to score, it is very difficult to stay at zero", but has warned his team "does not give any points for lost or you miss this date calendar "because it" would be bad professionals. "
Betis coach recalled that a year ago visited the Nou Camp in the Copa del Rey, an occasion in which the Betis "in similar circumstances stood up, and try to do things as well, but the result," he asked, "is not the same (5-0)."
The Betis coach said that his men did not "urge nothing" because they are "in the middle of the table", so play with "the premise of having fun on a grand stage before an audience that understands football" at "If everything goes normal, you win the better, that is Barcelona, but the Betis goes for everything."
For Mel, the game tied for Barcelona against Espanyol "has nothing to do with tomorrow, does not reflect anything" and warned that the azulgranas "play continuously Wednesday and Sunday. Not mislead ever, are used to it" so that "being five points behind Real Madrid certainly do not think the Cup match because they can not forgive League points."
In the same vein, the coach would not refer to Betis next week's derby against Sevilla on the grounds that "give a bad image when you think about skipping the other party. There is a racing game that morning, and no one will think after." (via AS)