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Regarding the functioning of the team, Herrera declared: “I keep everything, I don’t have to blame these players for anything. Junior has a good attack, behind they are strong. One sees the struggle: the difficult, hard court changed the way we play”.
Herrera insisted on thanking his coaching staff. In fact, at the press conference he was accompanied by Carlos ‘Piscis’ Restrepo, Carlos Tabares and Milton Patiño. “You have to value the work of all of them. We have raised the spirits of these players a lot and we have worked very well”, assured.
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“(Dorlan) is under study with the doctors and tomorrow (Thursday) they will send us the report to see if he can be in the final,” said Herrera.