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13.03.2008 14:50

Milito: “We can win all our matches”

David Puig

The Barça players are not throwing in the towel. Gaby Milito believes the team is fully capable of making a comeback in the fight for the league title and is looking forward to starting this Sunday against Almería.

FC Barcelona central defender, Gaby Milito, is not losing hope of challenging for the league title despite the two recent defeats. Speaking at a press conference after training on Thursday, the Argentine international restated his belief in the team: “I admit that we haven’t done well in the last two matches but I believe we have a good team capable of winning all the matches we have left. We’re not throwing in the towel and we’ll take each match as if it were the last, starting this Sunday away to Almería”.

A very difficult opponent

milito113-03-08.JPGMilito stressed that Almería, eighth in the table and only five points away from a UEFA Cup place, are having a splendid season: “They’re playing very well. In the match in the Camp Nou they created a lot of problems for us. They’ve got some very fast and technically gifted players and, without a doubt, it’ll be a very difficult game for us. We hope to win and show the solidity again that we had last month”.

No preferences in the Champions League

Asked about this Friday’s draw in Nyon for the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Milito revealed he had no preferred opponent: “At this stage of the competition all the teams are of a high quality and nobody knows which will be easier until you face them. We’ll make an assessment when we know which team we’re playing”.
Milito: “We can win all our matches”

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Support for Henry
Thierry Henry admitted yesterday that not being able to see his daughter very often is affecting him. Milito expressed his support today for the French striker: “It’s a very personal matter. Henry has the support of the whole team. We’ve all suffered family difficulties at one time or another and that can affect your performance at work. We footballers are not immune to this and I hope the membership understands the reasons Henry gave yesterday”.

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