The Spanish coach is desperate to put his side back on track…
Bengaluru FC will try to overcome the last match defeat against East Bengal when they will face Churchill Brothers in the I-League match at Tilak Maidan, Vasco tomorrow.
After defeat in the last match Bengaluru manager Albert Roca is desperate to get back his side on the track.
“We want to get back to winning again for sure. We know how difficult tomorrow’s game is going to be. It will be even harder than it was against Kolkata. We have to be ready mentally to prepare for this game. You know the league does not give you too much time to prepare for the games. But for everybody, it is the same. If we want something then we have to go out and try to get it,” Roca said.
“We have to be ready to work hard, to run a lot even more than them if we want to win,” he added.
Roca also cautioned that the Goan club is well organised and potent to put his side in trouble and to edge out them at home will be quite difficult but he also warned that his side is ready to take any challenges.
“When a team is losing they need points. It’s something that you can see that it will be a difficult moment for both and both teams want to win. Even if Churchill Brothers have only one point, they have enough organisation in the team to put us into trouble and we have to be ready for them,” the former Barcelona assistant coach said.
When asked about his plans to down Churchill, he refused to disclose the same but he also hinted that he won’t change his tactics.
“Obviously I can’t disclose how we are going to play tomorrow. But the way that we play, we cannot change a lot. We cannot play long balls and we have tried always more or less to play our game. That depends on how we take control of the situation.” He signed off.