Kakuta believes “every match is a final”

21/02/2017 19:50

Gaël Kakuta highlighted in Abegondo’s press room this morning, that “we accept that the fans aren’t happy because we need points and we didn’t even get one point”.

With the help of the Club’s interpreter, Bibiana Santiso, the French forward confessed he was disappointed with the defeat against Alavés: “I came here to help the team. My shot last Saturday hit the crossbar. If it had gone in, it would have been another kind of game”.

Despite the string of bad results in 2017, Kakuta assured the press that “the atmosphere in the dressing room is fantastic. We’re not going to achieve anything getting angry with one another. The training session was good today, and we’re working to improve the results”.

Asked whether Saturday’s game against Alavés (6:30pm, Bein Sports), was a final, he replied: “Every match is a final. We need to win every game”.

He anticipates “a great match” in Butarque “against a direct opponent. The team will fight for those three points”.

On a personal note, he said, “I’ve come from a different country, with a different football culture. This for me, is like a pre-season. I’m working hard to reach my 100%. But I’m not 100% yet”.

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