Alcacer: My job is to score goals and I am happy with my experience with Sharjah
"My job is to score goals, and I'm happy with my experience with Sharjah," said Sharjah team player, Paco Alcacer.
Alcacer's speech came in the introductory press conference held today at the club's headquarters, before the summit meeting between Sharjah and Al Jazeera next Friday in the fifth round of the ADNOC Professional League.
He continued: Although my job is to score goals, but at the same time I have to participate in the defensive side, as well as move on the field without the ball to make room for other players on the field.
He also said, "I thank the technical and administrative staff of the team and my fellow players for helping me to adapt quickly to the team."
Al-Kasir has scored three goals with Sharjah so far in four matches he has played since his last contract.
On the other hand, the Sharjah coach, Romanian Olario Cosmin, said, "Playing in a defensive or offensive manner will be determined based on the course of the Al-Jazira match."
In the press conference, Kuzmin confirmed that his team will seek to get the ball more and possession, and take advantage of all the strengths of the team, especially given the importance of the match and the need to continue the winning pattern.
He stressed that the nature of the match determines the quality of the plan he will make during the difficult match, praising the excellence of the Al-Jazira team and its availability of good players.
He said that his team should be fully prepared for the next summit.
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