"Leganés will be tough, but we want to start adding"

Burgos coach Julián Calero assures that Monday's game in Butarque will be difficult, but that his team is ready to compete.

Burgos CF will face its second consecutive game away from home since it requested to play those two games away from El Plantío due to the remodeling works that the Burgos stadium is undergoing. If the first day was complicated with the debut at El Molinón, this second match will not be less so with the trip to Butarque to face Leganés.

The black and white coach, Julián Calero, after training on Saturday, wants to convey a message of confidence: "The team comes to this second game with the improvement from day to day, physically they are feeling better with the passage of training." This week, new players such as Miguel or Álex Alegría have joined who: “They are making a great effort to reach the level, they are trying because it is not the same to train as to compete in an official match, but the market is strange, the incorporations they are lacking rhythm because they have not been able to play for their teams, but they have trained normally ”. In this sense, weekly work is essential: “We have to merge the new ones with those who have been with us for a long time. Many times we have to take a step back so that they know the concepts, but what we want is for them to get on the boat as soon as possible ”. Before Monday's match against Leganés, the sensations are good: "The best news is that we have everyone available in a week in which Mumo and Undabarrena have had gastrointestinal problems but we arrived with good sensations."For the coach of the Burgos team, the game against Leganés will be very demanding. “We arrived well, we recovered from the defeat on the first day, we had our options in Gijón but now we must focus on Butarque. There are things that we must improve, but we are in a good disposition, with a lot of spirit and with the illusion of starting to score, although we know that Leganés will be a very tough rival ”. Tomorrow, Sunday, Burgos will make its last burial before moving to Leganés.

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