Pedro Emmanuel: We Will Play Against Al Nasr While Highly Motivated to Qualify to the Finales


In his first press conference dedicated to Al Ain match against Al Nasr, the new head coach of Al Ain FC Portuguese Pedro Emmanuel that he has a positive first impression about the Boss squad despite the short period he spent with the team. “We have a good team and a great city along with passionate outstanding fans who are always there to support their team.”

“The conditions here in the Club are amazing. I have a great squad with star players and, most importantly, passionate fans as I saw in the team’s recent match,” Pedro opened the media press conference of his team’s match against Al Nasr scheduled to be held this Friday 10th January 2020 at the Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium.

The Boss newly appointed head coach stressed that the coaching team, along with the players, worked hard during the past few days with sights highly set to win the semi-final match to qualify to the finales. “Yes, we do not have that much time, but we have the spirit to win the guests.”

While emphasizing the importance of the match, Pedro Emmanuel hailed that Al Nasr as a strong organized team while putting an accent on the fact that the game will be a difficult and tough one. “For me, all that I need is the fans’ massive support.”

“Regardless of the short period I have spent with the team, I would point out that we will play as one team. Many teams wish to be in our position and play the semi-final match. We will spare no efforts and fight to win the qualification card.”

Pedro stated that he would not talk about the absent players. “I have a great squad, and I am fully confident that I will build a team that plays real football and armed with genuine fighting spirits until the last moments of any match.”

Commenting on a question on his message to the loyal Ainawi Nation, Pedro stated: “I have a a very simple message and already stated it once I arrived at the Club “We are one Club in One City”. We will always be looking forward to receiving the fans’ support in all our matches. We have to work hard to qualify for the final match of this competition. I need the energy of the team and fans to achieve the desired goal.”