Bryan Ruiz talks about the show he “loves” by Alex López in Alajuelense – Diez

Bryan Ruiz, the prodigal son. Yes, the same thing Skillful midfielder of 35 years who returned to Alajuelense to be crowned champion, the 30th Manudos title in his history, spoke about the good performance of his partner, the Honduran Alex López and his happiness to lift the title.

Before the return match against Herediano, Ruiz gave him an interview Celso borges and Alexandre Guimaraes where he spoke about the role of midfielders and their projections with passes in the goal.

Referring to the catracho, he said “that one of the things he liked about López is that“ one of the ones who makes the most passes and plays the latest is Alex López, whom I love because it has a very clear output. he knows the game very well “.

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“After I was late (Andrés Carevic) it worked very well for him, so to give me more freedom to go further and look for those spaces to try to act like a ’10’, which then when we defend, we are the two in the middle and we defend ourselves there.

I honestly feel that the player lacked that position, that he has that goal step “, he said.

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In the end, the joy for Ruiz translated into lifting another title in Costa Rica.
“Going home was the best decision and now let’s think about 31, this team has more,” he said after winning the final at Morera Soto.

He added: “When we came, it was the main goal, the idea was to form a good group, to change things to improve ourselves mentally, to eliminate the pressure and it was achieved and in what way, we are all architects, the staff coaches and the board of directors ”.

“There are small things that we can improve, we have removed this pressure from 30 and the goal has been achieved and in what way. All the players are participating in this together with the coaching staff and the board.”