Eighth victory in a row. FC Midtjylland have lost the shoal and now has over 2.6 points on average in the premier League after the victory of 2-1 over Bolton on Sunday evening.
But there was a certain challenge to the league leaders woke up for real, for in the first half there was not a trace of anything guldfodbold from the guests, and then had head coach Brian Priske go hard to the players.
"I was following the players in the break. It was our worst performance in the autumn in the first 45 minutes. We were going to have to step up in several positions, and we made a little tactical adjustments. So we could squeeze Killin a little higher. We talked about that we should be a little faster up in the pressure, so that we could get to the edges faster with. We were going to have Evander and Marcondes to hang together better," says Brian Priske and tells his team's wild pointsnit and syvpointsforspring to FC Copenhagen.
"We are not better than our last performance. We must constantly keep each other sharp and hold each other up on our common goals. That is the right ambition and hunger – now we must blow across the finish line Sunday against the AGF. I have big respect for this young team have scored the here results. They have really done well, and I think the boys have even more in themselves," explains Brian Priske and says about the prospect for big clubs should go on hunting for the club's profile in the coming transfervindue:
"I'm pragmatic design. In the starting I would like to work on with these boys. I am also equipped in such a way, that is going to the right bud, so one must sit down and look at it. It's all about getting the best out of the players. We are also a selling club. This I know well."
"We have fortunately come into a position, where our economy is in a good condition – the club is far along the way ask for the money, the will have to players. For me it's about having a squad, which is dedicated to it here. We must have motivation and enthusiasm. And so is football, of course, also such that there will be bids here and there," explains Brian Priske, who also received recognition for his team from Brøndbys fodbolddirektør, Carsten V. Jensen.
"A pointsnit of over 2.6 is crazy high, and you just have to take my hat off. A chance to create and make a goal, and then they get a goal out of nothing, it is high quality. I shall not say who will be the champion, but I can just say that they display high-quality week after week," he explains.
FC Midtjylland will meet the AGF in its last match before the winter break. The match played on Sunday at 18 o'clock.Updated Date: 08 December 2019, 23:00