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Veljko Paunovic excuses himself for the poor results at Chivas “due to injuries and late signings”

Veljko Paunovic coach of Chivas.

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Chivas barely adds four points out of a possible ninethis because of He only won on the first date, andIt is for this reason that criticism is present in the environment of the sacred flock. As a result, the Serbian-Spanish Veljko Paunovic, coach of the Guadalajara team, asked for time this Thursday to show the best version of his team, and at the same time he blamed injuries and late signings.

“Processes are normally accelerated when stability is achieved and a continuity that we are still looking for due to injuries and late signings. These processes need a certain time, the competition has started and the demand is greater”, said the coach at a press conference.

Among the bad results obtained, we see how he had a draw and then lost on Saturday against Toluca 1-2 on the third day of the Clausuraresults that keep Chivas in eighth place in the standings with four points.

Paunovic He stated that his team works on aspects such as concentration and physique to maintain a high level for the 90 minutes of each game.

“You have to dGive him a special dedication to fix that mentality to enter the second half the same as you start the match. From the physical, too, an activation within the locker room or on the field itself would be good. You have to reinforce both so that the team does not suffer that drop in adaptation to the second parts ”, stated.

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