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Llorente: I’ve made some mistakes and I accept thatPosted by TomConn on December 19th, 2012 08:00 AM | News, Primera Liga
Valencia president, Manuel Llorente held a press conference to address the calls for his resignation following Los Che’s 0-1 loss to Rayo Vallecano this past weekend.
In his statements to the media, Llorente accepted the blame for mistakes he’s made, but was adamant that the club is still holding strong and they finish better than their current 11th place standing.
“I am here today, alongside my colleagues as president of the board, to declare that Valencia is a strong and stable club. We firmly believe that we have the resources, structure and competitive capacity to continue the work we started here three and a half years ago.
“I have made some mistakes as president, that cannot be denied, and I accept that. We all know which areas we have to improve in.
“I want to share a thought of mine with you all – a period of poor results on a sporting level does not mean the club is going through an institutional crisis.
“If I thought that my leaving the club would rid us of our economic and sporting problems I wouldn’t be here, I would have left a long time ago.”
Llorente then addressed criticisms from former club president, Paco Roig.
“Paco Roig also said that he would build the Empire State building in the Mestalla.”
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