The coach of Rocasa Gran Canaria, Carlos Herrera, hopes that today’s match of the Liga Guerreras Iberdrola for women’s handball against Adesal Córdoba in Andalusia will help his team to “recover sensations” after being eliminated from the European EHF Cup on last Sunday in Turkey.
“It is going to be a difficult match because we returned to Gran Canaria on Monday afternoon and we traveled again on Tuesday morning to play on Wednesday. We face this meeting without doing any prior training in conditions, ”says the coach of the Teldense squad.
Adesal Córdoba, a team recently promoted to the Iberdrola Guerreras League and the current bottom of Group B, is doing “much better now than at the beginning of the season, in addition to being reinforced,” explains Carlos Herrera.
To regain the sensations after being eliminated from the European competition, Rocasa “will try to win a match in which we will have to be much better than in Turkey,” says the coach from Gran Canaria.
In addition, the Teldense squad, after being two weeks of quarantine forced by an outbreak of Covid-19 in the team, must take “competition dynamics to get to the next week well”, in which they will play “very complicated” matches, Carlos Herrera adds in the previous one.
In the first leg between the two teams, corresponding to the fourth day of the competition, the island team won with a comfortable victory (27-11) at the Antonio Moreno Pavilion.
“It is a very important game for us and for the rival. Getting the two points is not going to be valid for the next phase, but both teams want to win, “insists Carlos Herrera, who believes that, despite the fatigue, this match will be good for theirs, who face it” with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm to get the colon ”.
The clash between Teldenses and Cordovan women, framed in Matchday 11 of Group B of the Iberdrola Guerreras League, is held at 7:00 p.m. at the La Fuensanta Pavilion in the capital of Córdoba.
Signing of San José Obrero
In another vein, the San José Obrero Lanzarote, a team that also competes in the Iberdrola Guerreras League, announced yesterday the signing of Montenegrin player Tamara Jovicevic, who was on probation at the beginning of December. Its final incorporation has been delayed until now due to problems derived from the Covid-19 pandemic.