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The cadista boss spoke to the media telematically from the club’s training ground press room

Coach Sergio González faced the media ahead of this weekend's match against RC Celta. "We are playing for three points. We have to be isolated from the standings. We're all aware of the position we're in, but we have to isolate ourselves so that we don't lose focus. We're only going to focus on beating Celta, everything else takes a back seat," he said.

Fede San Emeterio's injury. "We understood that Fede was going to recover sooner. Everyone is doing their part, he's the first. He is in his final phase and next week he will train with the group and could be available for the match against Getafe".

How do you face this Saturday's match? "The motivation comes as an added bonus. We have an important match, we have an important challenge. People are going to be mobilised. The players are aware that the result wasn't what we wanted in Mallorca, but we are still looking for the number of victories that will give us the chance to stay in the league. The fans will be with us. Everything else flows. The important thing is the match that we will play and with the good harmony with the fans we will go for the victory".

The important match is this Saturday. "The important thing is to beat Celta. We need these three points. After that, we'll think about the rest. We'd be wrong if we thought about the journey, we're going to think about the first trip, which is Celta. From then on, we'll think about the next one. We are focused on Celta and that's it".

Celta. "It's a team that plays a lot of combinative football. The structure in rhombus makes their quality stand out. It's clear that there are many players who add value to Celta's work. There is the figure of Iago Aspas, who is differential in the game. The others, like Santi Mina or Suárez, help him, but Iago always holds the key to the game. We'll try to stay together because they filter a lot of balls. We'll try to be well focused, strong in lateral crosses and, above all, fight so that Iago doesn't participate in the game as much as they would like".

The support of the fans. "We are grateful for all the support from the fans. All of this reaches the dressing room. When there is a reception it reaches the dressing room, it gives you adrenaline. It's all getting to us. We really want to give it our all, compete well and give the fans something to cheer about in the form of a win. We know it will be complicated, but with the help of the fans we'll be closer to achieving it".

The team's attitude is very positive. "I'm glad I made the decision to come to Cádiz. I'm very happy with the faces of the players. The results mark the week, but the players are convinced in the work. They are being sponges trying to do on the pitch what we think will be good for us. We make the game plan, but they are the ones who execute it. I'm convinced that we're going to do it, that the team, with the work they're doing, is going to have chances. The players have put in a lot of desire since we've been here, and that's the most remarkable thing".