Santa Cruz de Tenerife (EFE).- The Tenerife coach, Luis Miguel Ramis, has stated that they have to win this Friday’s game in Oviedo “yes or yes”, and it is the date that is “marked in bold”, when He has been asked when he will make the decision about his future as a blue and white coach.
The Catalan coach said at a press conference that the clash that will be played at Carlos Tartiere is not only important for the local team, but also for a Tenerife that cannot be trusted despite being eight points away from the relegation places.
The club’s top shareholder, José Miguel Garrido, declared this week on Cadena SER that the matter of the coach for next season would have to be resolved before the end of April.
Ramis, for his part, has limited himself to saying that when he makes a decision about his future, he will communicate it.
“The only date that I know of and that is marked in bold is tomorrow, the game against Oviedo, because we have to win yes or yes because if not, it would be a small step backwards that could cause us problems,” he stressed.
The Catalan coach has confirmed that the Andalusian central defender Kike Salas, injured in the warm-up of the last home game against Eibar, will be out again, although he is confident that he will be recovered for next week, in which they will face the Canarian derby against UD Las Palmas, current leader of LaLiga SmartBank.
Ramis has also acknowledged that last week he was informed of the intention of the English attacker Sam Shashoua to travel to the United States again to be checked by his trusted doctors, although the hip discomfort he is suffering now is not related to the groin surgery to which he underwent in mid-September.
The coach from Tarragona has recognized his team’s lack of goalscoring efficiency: “We are better than our rivals in many facets, except in the final result, and that is the important one.”
“Against Oviedo you have to work very well”, Ramis has prescribed to return this time from Asturias with the three points, after the visit two weeks ago to Gijón, where Tenerife lost to Sporting 1-0. EFE