The two head coaches assessed the FTC - MOL Fehérvár FC league match

Bartosz Grzelak and Stanislav Cherchesov spoke shortly after the final whistle.

Bartosz Grzelak: 

"I am extremely satisfied with the morale of my players. Everyone knows what the club has been through this season. Today, we not only played well until we took the lead, but we didn't give up even when we were 2-1 down and managed to come back from a losing position. However, my feelings are mixed. I am not blind, it is no coincidence that FTC are in first place and we are in the bottom part. Having said that, I think we could have got the 3 points today and because we didn't, I am disappointed. Overall, however, the one point we got at the home of FTC is to be appreciated. It is important for me to be able to dominate in the ball game situations. Before the second home goal Chongvai tried to play the ball, unfortunately mistakes happen to the biggest players. That said, I am confident that Chongvai has a great future ahead of him and I told him so. Makarenko trains very hard and diligently and although he is not 18 anymore, you get the feeling that he wants to keep improving. What is past is not worth talking about anymore. For me every member of the team is important, they are the team we want to make the most of."

Sztanyiszlav Csercseszov:

"I congratulated the young Krisztián Lisztes who scored two goals after the interval and I also told him to keep his feet on the ground after this game, it's very important. For me it does not matter how old a player is. I am confident that from now on Krisztián will be able to work with us continuously without injury. Speaking of youngsters, our second team is also full of talented youngsters. It doesn't matter how old they are, you have to give them the opportunity to prove themselves and then it's up to them to take advantage of it. At half time I thought it was difficult to make substitutions, we have a lot of injured players, but the two substitutions helped the team a lot. I'm not happy with the result, but I'm happy with the way the team played."

Author: David Rechnitzer

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