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HAGL lost the heart to obey, what is Coach Kiatisak satisfied for?

On the evening of April 28, coach Kiatisak’s HAGL lost 0-2 to Yokohama F. Marinos in a completely inferior match. So until now, HAGL has only 2 points after 2 draws, no wins and 3 losses. The last match of the group stage will take place on May 1, HAGL will rematch Sydney FC, a team that has also been eliminated.

Sharing in the meeting after the match, coach Kiatisak said: “Today’s match is very difficult for HAGL. Yokohama F. Marinos has a very high level, from physical strength, tactical technique, team and individual. If the army is large, they can arrange from 2 to 3 squads to change and keep the fitness of the players who played the previous match.”

Coach Kiatisak:

Coach kiatisak shared in the press conference after the match (Photo: Le Giang).

Meanwhile, HAGL’s main squad has almost no replacement, so the player’s fitness is eroded. However, this is an opportunity for HAGL to learn from its opponents, both young and experienced players.”

Commenting on the players’ performance, the Thai strategist affirmed: “I am still satisfied with the match because the players fought with their own strength. When I had the opportunity, I gave the players a chance. Young came in, the whole team worked hard even though the game was difficult. The players fought until the last minute and that makes me very satisfied.

“When Xuan Truong and Cong Phuong are tired, this is the time for me to change a few positions, it’s an opportunity for them to learn and gain experience. That’s why we don’t always let young players play. It’s because we need to get good results.”

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