Ortolá: "The defeat against Leganés was an accident"

The Girona goalkeeper is confident of straightening the course and beating Mirandés this Saturday: "We hope that the bit of luck that we lack will arrive and add the three points," he said.


Girona's squad already only have in mind to win this Saturday at Mirandés. After the two defeats in a row against Mallorca and Leganés, the rojiblanco team needs to add three at a time to avoid definitively falling off the fight for the promotion playoff. Adrián Ortolá showed his feelings on Thursday and made it clear that “the other day was an accident. The team was much better than Leganés, we had more opportunities. We hope that the bit of luck that we are missing will arrive on Saturday and we can add the three points ”.

The goalkeeper, who landed on the last day of the winter transfer market, is aware that it will not be easy for him to have minutes in this second round of the season because Juan Carlos seems untouchable. Despite this, Ortolá is not concerned and is clear that he will adapt to whatever situation Francisco decides: “The goal is a specific place and it is clear to me that I have come to join and help Juan Carlos and the team in whatever way I can. If I have to play, I will give everything for the club that has trusted me ”. With the departures of Muric and Suárez, the sports management accelerated to find a goalkeeper and when the opportunity to sign Ortolá appeared there was no doubt. Nor did the goal do so because “years ago there were already contacts with Girona and it couldn't be done. This year, yes, and from the first moment, both the club and I did everything on our side and we are here to help achieve the goal. ”

One of the most positive aspects since his arrival at Girona has been the good atmosphere that he found in the dressing room and he confirmed that “I am very happy with the feelings with the team. The welcome has been very positive. The group is eager to continue adding and growing, I'm sure we will do it soon ”. Finally, he wanted to remember the fans. Despite still not being able to go to the stadium, Ortolá added that "the empty field does not help us, but we have the people present and we will fight every game for them" .

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