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27.03.2008 20:53

Gudjohnsen hungry for titles

David Puig

Eidur Gudjohnsen has said that the team is hungry for titles, and knows both the Champions League and La Liga can be won. The Icelander pointed out that Barça are not relying on other results going their way.

Gudjohnsen is an optimist. The Icelandic midfielder senses that there is plenty of ambition left in a squad that is keen to make history. ”We are all hungry for titles. We know we can create history if we win the two titles we are still playing for. At the end of your football career, you are only remembered for the things you have won and the great games you have played”.

No need to depend on others

guddy2_14-09-07.jpgGudjohnsen sees no reason for anything other than optimism regarding the challenges presented by the rest of the season. ”I think that the team’s attitude to games is good and we are training every day. All we can do is keep trying to get the three points every time we play, because closing the gap on Real Madrid is something that is in our own hands. If we keep thinking about winning, I’m optimistic and I am sure we can win the league”, said Gudjohnsen.

More pressure on leader

Barça have a great chance of making up ground this weekend as they face Betis, while Real Madrid take on Sevilla. “Yes, we can put a lot more pressure on the leader if we get the three points off Betis this Saturday. But it is better just to think about ourselves, and to play the way we know, and that way we will beat Betis and move a step closer to being champions”.
Gudjohnsen hungry for titles

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“Ronaldinho gets better each day”
Asked about Ronaldinho’s condition, Gudjohnsen answered that “he is getting better every day but he is logically unhappy about not playing. But I hope he comes back and helps the team as quickly as possible”.

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