Diego Martínez: "We are conditioned by the casualties"

Granada coach Diego Martínez spoke before Levante visits Los Cármenes. Absences in a three-game week are key to the coach's plans

Diego Martínez spoke before the visit of the Levant to Los Cármenes where the Nasrids want to continue adding after breaking their bad streak against Alavés. For the Galician coach, he is a very complicated and direct rival for salvation: "We have a tough opponent with an important offensive power. The Levante has the capacity to associate or be deep. We know that with the ball they have many alternations." Of course, the absences, in both teams, will be the main protagonists of the game. "Three games in a week and at a time when we are quite conditioned by the casualties, but we have to overcome all that through the illusion of being able to score 27 points."

The Galician coach appealed to the fans of Los Cármenes to help them in a very important game: "We have to see a stadium in which team and fans have to have tremendous strength. Granadinismo has to be at its best." "The calendar is very demanding and very often. We have to focus on the opportunity we have," said the coach. For Diego Martínez, the key is to make his game: "We have to take the game to what interests us. We have a tough opponent with an important offensive power."

Winter market

Diego Martínez revealed that Granada is probing the winter market, especially due to the significant and long-term casualties of the equipment. "Replacing Quini or Fede Vico is very difficult, even if it were in the summer market, because of baggage, adaptation or because of its soccer profile. We will try to improve ourselves as a squad, but it will not be easy at all." The Nasrid coach is clear that he would prefer to have his own: "It would have changed that those who were not going to be healthy would have been healthy, that would have been our best winter market. We will have to incorporate players out of necessity." "There are a number of numerical needs in the workforce," he said

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