The first goal of the FIBA ​​Champions League in Pınar Karşıyaka is the semi-final


Pınar Karşıyaka will compete in the final of the FIBA ​​Champions League which will be played in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, and the first goal of Pınar Karşıyaka is to pass the Czech representative ERA Nymburk on Wednesday, May 5 and to reach the semi-finals.

Pınar Karşıyaka Head Coach Ufuk Sarıca said that the teams that will take part in the final matches of the FIBA ​​Champions League in Russia have talented staff and good head coaches.

Sarıca also emphasized that they have equal chances in the organization like all teams.

Stating that they could not train together for a while due to the recent Kovid-19 cases in the team, Sarıca stated that they were able to work towards the ERA Nymburk match, especially in the last 1 week.

Stating that they continue to train to improve their form, Sarıca said, “We are in good shape for now. Amath M’Baye had an ongoing injury, but he has been working with us for 2-3 days. I hope that on Wednesday we are on the field at our best. We will put the best on the field to win the match of that day. Our biggest goal is to stay there until the end of the tournament. I hope we will achieve this. he spoke.

“Every match is final”

Stating that every match in the organization is final, Sarıca said, “To be realistic, we have one final match. It is on Wednesday. If we cannot win on Wednesday, you cannot continue the tournament. You have to dream of winning this match, then Friday and then Sunday.” said.

Expressing his satisfaction with the team, Sarıca said, “We are not a team that gives up. You cannot demonstrate the best performance every day on the field. This year, we had a very successful time despite dealing with Kovid and injuries twice.” used the expressions.

Reminding that they had a year without fans, Sarıca said, “Before the season, a lot of people thought that Pınar Karşıyaka could stay in a lower mode without supporters. We kept the stability. We are in the top 3 in the league. We still have a second chance but there is a stability …” made.

Noting that big clubs make this stability permanent, Sarıca said, “In the Champions League, we aim for the semi-final first in the last eight, and after that, it will be our biggest desire, our desire. he finished his words.


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