Farul Constanța is the surprise of this season and is getting closer to winning the Superliga title. However, with 3 stages before the end of the play-off, the team coached by Gheorghe Hagi will play without a basic man. Cristi Bivolaru, the general director of the Constanta formation, hopes that the player will recover faster.
Cristi Bivolaru, completely disappointed by Mihai Popescu’s injury: “Eu consider it a great loss. It was exceptional”
Mihai Popescu, the player transferred from Scotland, adapted incredibly well at Farul Constanța and managed to have fantastic developments, but suffered a serious injury. Cristi Bivolaru believes that the former Hamilton Academical footballer will be a huge loss for the team coached by Gheorghe Hagi. However, the general director of the Constanta formation is confident that the “King” will find a solution for the three remaining parties.
“Mihai Popescu, whom I consider a great loss, had an exceptional season and is already a revelation. It was his best season. He’s out until the end of the championship. I think these are the main problems. I think Hagi will definitely find solutions if the problems continue.
It is important if they will rise to the desired level and be able to cause serious problems for Craiova, because they are a strong team, with whom we fought both at home and away. We led 3-1 and had two more chances and lost 4-3″said Cristi Bivolaru for Fanatik.
Bivolaru revealed his biggest fear: “Our first concern is to get to Craiova with as few injured players as possible”
Cristi Bivolaru announced that he does not have many details about the condition of Tudor Băluță, one of the unavailable players of the Lighthouse. Moreover, the general manager of the Constanta formation hopes that no more players will get injured before the game with Craiova University.
“We still hope. I am not in Constanța and I do not know the exact situation of Tudor Băluță. He had a recurrence of the injury from the national team. Our first concern is to get to game time with as few health problems as possible.
Larie also received the notice and forced it because he wanted to be present at the match with Rapid. He was uncertain even on the day of the match and he also left the field”Bivolaru also said.
Cristi Bivolaru is convinced that the fans of the University of Craiova will not fill the Ion Obelemenco stadium: “The world will not come like the one with FCSB”
Cristi Bivolaru is extremely skeptical and believes that Craiova University fans will come in small numbers to the match against Farului. The general manager of the Superliga leader believes that the playing style of the team from Bănie will give Gheorghe Hagi’s team an advantage.
“I think that people will not come again like they came to the decisive match with FCSB at that time. Craiova was still hoping then and the challenge was made precisely to fill the stadium and create an extraordinary atmosphere. Looking at Craiova’s average audience, it will definitely be a show.
It is clear that Craiova’s style suits us and they also have very good players on the offensive side. He likes to play, to attack, and I think it would be difficult at home too, when the fans are football lovers and knowledgable and push the team to attack. I hope we come up with something. Point or points”the “sailors” official also pointed out.
Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.
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