DAniel Gonzlez (Albacete, 2002) live a very special and emotional game on Saturday. His hometown team, on which he has grown up and has gone through the lower, youth and subsidiary categories before reaching the first teamthey are playing for promotion to the Second Division against a historic team like Deportivo de la Corua.
A special clash for which Dani González feels prepared. “I approach the game in a very emotional way. I’m not nervous, on the contrary, I have transformed my nerves into motivation and desire because you never know when to play a match like this again. I want to enjoy this, which is very beautiful, I really want to jump onto the pitch”.
I have transformed my nerves into motivation, I want to enjoy this moment
The young forward has lived an unimaginable season. Not only has he made his debut, but he has carved out a niche for himself in the first team and has scored five goals in all competitions. an illusion for a soccer player raised in Albacete who wants to “end this dream year by achieving promotion to the Second Division”.
Depor has the court factor
The mythical sports feud has been the subject of controversy precisely for this reason, because it is the stadium where the Galician team plays at home. It should be remembered that the choice of the stadiums to play the playoffs was designated without knowing which teams would play them, but that does not stop it from being beneficial for Deportivo.
It is clear that playing at Riazor gives Depor an advantage, but on the pitch we are eleven against eleven
“It is evident that they have an advantage for playing at RiazorI am not going to comment on this, but on the pitch we are eleven against eleven. We have the same possibilities. Although we know that the stadium will squeeze, we will fight to get promotion.”
Not getting the promotion would be a disappointment rather than a failure.
Both teams they risk all the work of the year to a game. So until the result is known, Dani González does not want to make evaluations of the course. “The season depends on what we do at Riazor. Not getting the promotion would not be a failure, rather a disappointment because we have been leaders for much of the season and with options to get direct promotion”.
Albacete being wrapped in Riazor
Despite having a large part of the stadium against them, ‘Alba’ will have the support of 3,000 fans who will travel to the Galician capital to support their team. “The team is very grateful for the displacement and the economic effort that they are going to make. Whatever happens, they will enjoy the game. We will try to give them promotion to the Second Division, which is what they deserve”.