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Moleiro: "We need to stay calm, stick to our game, and not lose our identity."

The yellow player emphasized that the visit to Balaídos will be "very difficult and tough, they will want to press us because they need the win. We will try to block their strengths with our football."

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Alberto Moleiro appeared on Wednesday at the press conference at the Ciudad Deportiva, where he indicated that they expect "a tough match against RC Celta, they are fighting to avoid relegation, and we will go for the win because we want to end the bad streak."

Here are some of his statements:

"I'm feeling more comfortable on the field, I'm still in the learning process, and I still have a lot to give."

"I feel comfortable playing inside, that's where I can exploit my strengths, but I'm at the coach's disposal and will play where he tells me."

"The locker room is calm, we knew we would have some bad streaks, I think it's normal for a newly promoted team. We have to value what we've achieved, we shouldn't lose our identity."

"I imagine a tough and hard-fought match, they will want to press us because they need the win. We will try to neutralize their strengths with our style of play."

"Just being on the Olympic Games preliminary list is an honor for me, I hope to be on the final list with Mika Mármol, it would be a dream."