CelticThe Argentine coach analyzed in MARCA.com the current moment of Celta
ANDThe Celtic's good start, with two victories and a draw, has been marred by thelast five days without winningthat have generated some doubts in the environment. All the lights point toAntonio Mohamed (1970, Buenos Aires), a coach who analyzes for MARCA.com the current moment of the Vigo team.
The Argentine admits that the Celts are not well: "After winning at Atletico, we had a downturn and we could not get the win.We are working to recover that form of the first days.There are moments, I think this break is good for us, to come back with everything and to play at home to return to victory. "
After winning Atletico, we had a slump and we could not get the win. We are working to recover that form of the first days "
For the coach of Celta there have been a number of reasons that caused these negative results: "We did not have the same performance as the first days, we had expulsions, and injured. We are still looking for ways to recover memory. What was shown in the first days, we will return to what we did in the first games. That's the way. "
The next game against Alavés is important for Celta, afterthe defeat in Sevilleand the tie against Getafe thatdid not leave the Celtic fans happy. Mohamed responds bluntly to the question of whether he feels questioned: "Always a coach is questioned, go bad or good, you have to be prepared for that.It remains to work and look for what were the first days. We know the path, so we have to go back and believe in that idea.I trust that the group will recover that memory later. "
Antonio Mohamed prefers to de-dramatize Celta's situation: "There are always ups and downs.Now we are on the rise and it is complicated, we have to pull all of the boat. Hopefully the slope ends quickly to enjoy the descent.We are used, they are nuances, now comes the bad and we must see it as an opportunity to recover. In life and football you have to get up quickly when defeat comes. "