Posted August 04, 2019 07:05:58The Pa’s win in their last match in the Premier League was a defining moment for Pa, who were already in the relegation zone.
Now, as they look to make it back into the Europa League, Pa are facing a crucial match against a team they know are in the race for the league title.
Pa manager Martin Scaglione spoke exclusively to TalkSport about how his side’s historic victory will affect the season, and how his players will cope.
“We had a great match.
It was a great performance,” Scagtione told TalkSport.”
I’m sure the players and the fans are really looking forward to it.”
It’s a big match for us, we know how difficult it is for us to win.
We have to be better tomorrow.
Pa are currently eight points behind second-placed Liverpool in the table, but they have plenty of quality to finish in the top half of the table. “
I’m really looking for the team, because we need to play well for us and we know we can’t be distracted from that.”
Pa are currently eight points behind second-placed Liverpool in the table, but they have plenty of quality to finish in the top half of the table.
They face Manchester United on Saturday, and could also finish above the bottom three.
“Our goal is to get to the top, but we need the support of our fans and we need that support,” Scagnoli said.
“Tomorrow’s game is going to be a huge game for us.
It’s important that we don’t lose it because we have to keep fighting and that’s what we’re doing.””
We know how hard it is to win the league.
It’s important that we don’t lose it because we have to keep fighting and that’s what we’re doing.”
Pa’s win over Manchester United is a fitting end to a season where they lost six of their last seven league games, including all four defeats.
The Pa have not played in the Europa Leagues since August, but are hoping to bounce back on Sunday.
“For the fans, it was great.
It made us want to win more,” Scaggione said.
“You can’t complain about the result, but for us it’s a good start.”
When you win the derby, you can say we did well, but the season isn’t over yet.
“The only thing we can say is that tomorrow’s game will help us and I think that’s why we’re still in the hunt.”