Sevilla-coach: ’Promes knows his place’

Quincy Promes

Promes are expected to begin on the substitute bench. The international, against Germany still accurate for Orange, is hardly in the plans of coach Pablo Machin. This weekend was Promes a subbing only two minutes awarded against Real Valladolid (1-0 win).

“Every player that we go to Seville, the right level,” says Machin. He pulled the Promes this summer for 21 million euros to Spartak Moscow. “That Quincy is not often doesn’t mean that we are not happy with him. We have a large selection and each player knows his place. Nobody plays every game.”

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Reason to change has Machin. His team is a leader in the Spanish league. “Everyone has an opinion about, but I find it significant that we first stand,” said the coach. “But Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are also great teams. They do many things better than we do, on the points deal.”

The last match between Sevilla and Standard Liege ended in a 5-1 victory for the Spaniards. “But is this competition different. Standard can be a ball forward quickly. We have to be prepared for that.”

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