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Ramazani: "Winning all the remaining games is our goal"

The UD Almería left-winger highlighted on UDA Radio the clear motto of the team, the confidence that Pepe Mel is giving them and the enormous importance of beating CA Osasuna at home on Saturday, 'very tough rivals.'

'We want to win all the games. I'm sure we can win all nine and if not, enjoy these last games,' stated UD Almería left-winger Largie Ramazani who highlighted on UDA Radio, the team's main objective for the remaining Matchdays in the LaLiga EA Sports. The Belgian footballer also previewed the upcoming encounter against CA Osasuna. 'They're very tough rivals, we already saw it in the match of the first half of the season, but we're strong at home, we're going to stick together and we'll try to win for the fans,' he highlighted.

UD Almería face this match on the back of winning their last match in Las Palmas, which is why Ramazani assures that next Saturday 'we're going to see players with more freedom and enjoying football. Now we're more confident.'

The Belgian winger spoke honestly to the Club's official radio and highlighted with optimism that, with the new head coach Pepe Mel: 'I feel free, he gives me a lot of confidence, he always talks to me, he tells me what I do well or wrong... I'm happy. I really like being a free player and the gaffer is letting me feel that way, I'm taking advantage of it and enjoying my football. He's like a father, you can talk about everything with him.'

Furthermore, the 23-year-old Rojiblanco stated with conviction: 'During all my seasons here I've improved a lot and I try to continue doing so and growin.'

To conclude his interview on UDA Radio, he underlined how he saw himself in the match against UD Las Palmas: 'I was extremely excited because I hadn't been a starter for a few games and I was very happy. I was thinking that it was his first game in the driving seat (Pepe Mel) and I have to score a goal or assist and earn the first victory. What I thought when I won was that we finally achieved a victory. Now we have more confidence and we're going to take a step forward.'