“Right defeat, it will do us good for the future”

Here comes the first defeat in the league for Casteldaccia who falls away from home against Lascari-Cefalù with the score of 4-2 at the end of a tight match in which the grenades have recovered twice at a disadvantage before the goals of Sferruzza and Fazio (who already scored in the first half) directed the history of the match in favor of the Giallorossi.

Casteldaccia coach Giuseppe Pagano sportingly recognized the merits of his opponents: “It was a well-deserved defeat – he said to PalermoToday – against an opponent we had beaten twice in the Italian Cup: for the law of great numbers, three out of three is difficult. The Lascari faced the game with more desire and they won on the intensity. We have not been up to the situation: it can happen. We had straightened the game twice but in the end the opponent deservedly took the lead and then scored again when we were unbalanced. The coach from Granada is however confident that the team will learn from this defeat: “These scoppole will do us good – he concludes – they make us understand that in this championship there is nothing to be taken for granted. You can lose with everyone and win with everyone because it is a very balanced tournament. We must give credit to the opponent who was commendable: there are games that are lost alone but this was won by Lascari who has a very respectable team, already in the Cup there were two battles where we had understood the thickness of the opponent even though we had won. It will serve as a lesson for the continuation: we hope to leave this stage behind by finding the right mentality “. Even the Casteldaccia goalkeeper Riccardo Riina is on the same line as the coach regarding the history of the match: “We knew it would be a tough match – he said to PalermoToday – especially at the level of competitive enthusiasm, a male match. Unfortunately, the opponents were stronger than us from this point of view despite the competitive enthusiasm and the desire to win are our strengths. We have to start from this defeat – he concludes – trying to understand what are the things we need to improve because there is always something to improve, both when you win and when you lose “.

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