"Espanyol strikers do not turn, the goal will come"

To the Spanish The lack of goal weighs heavily on him. With the march of Borja Iglesias the weight fell on Facundo Ferreyra and the newcomer Jonathan Calleri. The first of them went out to speak at a press conference. He has only one goal in League, noted on September 15 in Ipurúa. In Europe, counting the previous phases, it takes seven.

Espanyol attackers have only scored one goal in the league. And it was in that game against him Eibar. Ferreyra, however, was not worried: "Forwards we are responsible for marking, but we are calm, we do not go crazy, we know that everything can change, a weekend you can mark and everything changes." And what he said is that they work so that the “weekend can mark”.

The goal will come and if it is not for me, it will be for another partner ”

With this new system the Argentine is further from the area, where it is useful. "I need the team to find me," he said, but he also acknowledged that "the team needs to find me" and they need to "stock up." What is clear is that "the goal will come" and if not for him, "it will be for another partner." Ferreyra limits himself to “work” the corrections of Pablo Machín during the week and not “to read about the lack of the goal”, because with that the player “presses” and “contracts”. This is how they "taught" and moments like this could "reverse many times."

What the forward does see is that the change has been "positive" and "is competing." He also trusts that "they are streaks" and "to which we score goals can change everything." If something "worries" is "because what we want is to give people joy and more at home." They can do that against Getafe on November 24. "We have the possibility of giving a joy and we will work to make that happen," he said.

The forward believes that "we have to be calm" and "assume where we are" in order to let go. According to him, they should only "think about playing football." And Ferreyra aims to score, whether at home or wherever: "I want to mark and help the team."

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