Tisma, "excited" in his new adventure with Betis

The forward, loaned to the Seville team by Madrid, was introduced as a new Betis player. "I want to show that I can help the team."

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The Croatian forward Boris Tisma, on loan from Real Madrid to Coosur Real Betis, affirmed this Tuesday in his presentation as a new player of the Verdiblanco team that he is "happy and excited to come to a club like this", even though he lives "a complicated situation right now ", immersed in the struggle for permanence.

Tisma said at a press conference that he intends to "show" that he can "help the team to the maximum to achieve all the victories that are possible and continue in the ACB next year", something that will help the "good chemistry" that has perceived in a campus in which it has "had a good fit" .

The young Balkan player was willing to "do what the coach asks", since he does not "mind playing three or four", and stated that Joan Plaza "asks for the basics", that is, "to defend, to do everything possible to avoid easy baskets, help teammates, look for them when they are alone and go a lot on the rebound both offensively and defensively. "

Juanma Rodríguez, sports director of Coosur Betis, stated that the squad "needed a quota player" trained in Spain to replace the injured Swedish power forward Nick Spiers, and he decided to "go for Tisma because his characteristics as a player with talent comes in handy as a complement to the players who play in their position. "

The Malaga coach sees "the team well in this final stretch", as it is "improving, as could be seen in the match prior to the break" for the Cup and the international window, so he is "convinced" that Coosur Betis he is "going to win more games than he is going to lose" between now and the end of the regular season.

Rodríguez stressed that "people are working with great enthusiasm, the training sessions seem like matches", which means that the Sevillian team can "compete with anyone", and said that he aspires to "achieve the greatest number of triumphs possible" in the face of a permanence that "the same this year is cheaper", although "the objective is at least to achieve twelve victories."

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