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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Soldier: 'Against Celta no excuses'

Roberto Soldado, Valencia and player of the Spanish team, said that in the next league match against Celtic on Saturday Mestalla "there are no excuses" not to get three points, having added two in the first three days League.

Soldier was speaking to the club's official television upon arriving in the city railway station in Valencia after his involvement with the Spanish team in the first qualifying match for the 2014 World Cup against Georgia.

"Now we have to follow, it just started and against Celta have no excuses. We must continue with the good feelings but they get the results already," he said.

"Much remains to prove that the team will go from strength to strength. Removing the Deportivo game did serious matches. We would like to take more points clear, but there are no excuses and we have to get three points against Celta"
said.

Soldier also referred to the premiere of Valencia in the group stages of the Champions League next week against Bayern Munich.

"In The Champions League began with the group's strongest rival a priori, we have stood up to the Real Madrid and Barcelona against Bayern not be less," he concluded.

Moreover, Valencia striker referred to the match played on Tuesday with the selection and said he hopes to repeat the brilliant day Georgia after scoring the winning goal for Spain and recognized that suffered "a lot" about the lack of space in attack.

"We suffered a lot during the whole game, especially for me the few places that had to move, but finally had that opportunity and can make goal, after the opportunity I had in the first part. Whether I fail it's left
all quiet, "he said.

Soldier thanked received congratulations and stressed that hopes to repeat as conference lived in Georgia.
"I have received messages from around the world that are appreciated in this special day and I hope you have many days like yesterday," materialized.

"It has nothing to do either with the three goals of Venezuela with this, it's official World Cup qualifier and the importance of starting away with three points against a team that made things very difficult," he said.

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