Venezuelan Nicolás ‘Miku’ Fedor, Deportivo La Coruña striker, regretted the situation in which the team finds itself, which has complicated the fight for promotion to the Spanish Second Division, an objective with which the season began.
“We had other perspectives when the season started, but we have to face reality. We have what we have harvested. With this coach we have improved a lot, intensity and a clear idea of the game, but the results are not coming either, “he told reporters after the defeat against Coruxo (2-0).
The Blue and White attacker made self-criticism in a season in which he has not yet seen a goal in the bronze category of Spanish football.
“At a particular level, I feel frustration, the records are dire. At the level of occasions, before we created little, now more ”, he reasoned.
He considered that Deportivo have two options, sit down “to cry” or “face” the situation, and pleaded not to “take account now.”
“The coach has emphasized that no one can lower his head. You have to do a lot of individual and collective self-criticism. Guijuelo is a life or death match, ”he said with his sights set on the next match.
“We have to prepare it as a family, which is what we are,” said the Venezuelan soccer player.