Rui Vitoria reviewed the match between Spartak Moscow against Leicester, on Wednesday, with the start of the third round of Group C in the European League. And the Portuguese coach expressed his concern, as many of his players are not fit for the match, such as Belgian midfielder Maximiliano Cofries, but especially Quincy Promes, one of the key players in the team who was injured on Saturday. Until the match date it will not be known whether the striker will recover or not, but in the words of the coach “in principle he will be called”.
However, Roy Vitoria says, “We’re ready for the match, we know it’s a tough opponent.”
In preparation for the European match, he also commented on the derby match on the 16th against Dinamo Moscow, which ended in a two-goal draw. In the opinion of the coach, what remains is the “personality” of the team. “The players have always believed until the end, that is the collective basis, but that alone is not enough and we need a lot of quality to face this great opponent which is Leicester.”
In Group C, along with Legia Warsaw, Naples and Leicester, the Moscow team is second in the group with three points, after a home victory for the Italian team. On this trip, he could even move to the front of the group, with the help of Napoli, who host Legia on Thursday.
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