Rio Ave coach Daniel Ramos said today that he intends to avoid "relaxing the team" village-condense and score in Saturday's "difficult match" with Belenenses of the 30th round of the Portuguese First League.
The village-condense formation came to add up to 35 points, following the important victory they won in the previous round, against Vitória de Guimarães, 2-1, but Daniel Ramos wants "to continue working to finish the championship well."
"We are looking for more points and victories, I have warned the players that there will be no decompression or relaxation," said the Rio Ave coach.
Daniel Ramos considered the Belenenses "a team with a well-defined game idea, which creates difficulties for their opponents, their mobility and their position in the field."
"I anticipate a difficult game, we have our weapons and we will try to nullify the opponent's strengths, it will be a balanced game between two teams that will be thinking in the same way, looking for victory.
In the last match, in front of the Vimaranenses, the technician of the Vila-Condenses promoted several changes in the team, having to keep the costum on the trip to the ground of the lisboetas.
"We want to continue this form of being on the pitch, we know it's going to be a difficult end to the championship, but we want to continue to make good shows," said the Brazilian. technician.
By the end of the I Liga, the Vila-Condenses will still face champions Porto and Benfica, the two teams involved in the title fight, tied at the top of the standings, something that the coach has already avoided commenting on.
"I know that facing the two teams that are in the title fight, the noise will happen, but for now we are only focused on this game with the Belenenses," warned Daniel Ramos, noting that his continuity in Vila do Count "will always be natural," but it is a subject that only "will be considered later."
For the match with the Belenenses, the Rio Ave coach will not be able to count on Fábio Coentrão, who has to complete two suspension games, as well as Nélson Monte and Leandrinho, both injured.
On Saturday, the Belenenses, seventh place in the I League, with 40 points, receives Rio Ave, ninth, with 35, in the National Stadium, in Oeiras, at 15:30, in a meeting regarding the 30th round of the championship.