Konyaspor – Beşiktaş post-match reactions

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Updated: August 27, 2016

“We are disappointed that we lost 2 points”

Şenol Güneş: “We didn’t have a problem physically. We could have controlled the game after the second goal. Both goals we conceded were very simple. We are going to work on that. We were the team that played for the win. We are disappointed that we lost 2 points, but we could have lost the game if we look at the last 10 minutes, so in that sense you could be happy about 1 point. However, in a game like this I look at this as a loss of 2 points. Ali Çamdalı should have been send off 3 times. Pressure does a lot in Turkey, whoever the referee may be. It it still too early to talk about the Champions League.”

“We still need to work, the national break is an opportunity”

Andreas Beck: “We are disappointed in general, we lost 2 points. We were good in general, but gave away chances in the last minutes of the game. It isn’t easy to play here. We should have finished the game after the 1-2, but we couldn’t convert our chances and lost 2 points. We still need to work on a lot of things. Our goal is to become champions. The national break is an opportunity.”

“They spray the pitch after the game”

Olcay Şahan: “The best referee in the world is on this game but no one respects him. This is very sad. We were the better side, but Konyaspor had chances after we remained with 10 men. We could have won the game after the 1-2. Konyaspor is a difficult away game, we know this. We are going to continue our way. The pitch was a bit hard. They don’t spray the pitch before the game, but after it. This is a good tactic.”

“I still need to become stronger”

Luis Rhodolfo: “I’ve been through a difficult period. I still need to work a lot and become stronger. The national break of two weeks is going to do me good. I’m slowly going to go back to my old self. I still lack tempo wise.”

Source: Lig TV

 

 

 

 

Yusuf Paklaci

Editor at Beşiktaş International
Living in the province of Utrecht, The Netherlands, where I was born and raised. Student Fiscal Economics at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. Have been a Beşiktaş fan for many years. Editor at Beşiktaş International since 2015.
Yusuf Paklaci