Nacho Ambriz, in his presentation with Huesca: “The Spanish Second Division they say is the sixth European league”

The Mexican star has given the first guidelines of how he likes his teams to play in his first contact with the Spanish media

The new coach of the Sociedad Deportiva Huesca, the Mexican Nacho Ambriz, has been very happy to be able to be in Spanish football in his presentation as a new coach from Huesca, while highlighting that he fulfills “a dream.”

“I am very happy to be able to be in Huesca and with this a dream that I am grateful for is fulfilled. I come hungry to have a great tournament”, were the first words in the press conference that the coach gave in Spain.

Nacho ambriz has given the first guidelines of how he likes his teams to play: “With order, intensity and that he plays football well.”

“I like a competitive team that works hard and does it with great humility. Nothing scares me. I also like to correct what is not done well and keep learning”, has pointed out.

Ambriz thinks that the lack of knowledge he may have of Spanish football is not a problem for him because “Today everything is known through videos and social networks.”

In this regard, he added that the club has technicians who know Spanish football well and who will report on everything, so they will have the capacity to know everything.

“Besides, there are no magic wands nor can everything be hidden, since the players are the protagonists”, has explained the one who was assistant of Javier Aguirre in Osasuna and Atlético de Madrid.

Nacho ambriz He has given up the comfort of being able to train in his country because he has indicated that he is ambitious and that he wants to try European football.

“The Spanish Second Division they say is the sixth European league. I could be in my country quietly and coming here I have given up many things because for me money is not everything., has revealed.

Regarding this aspect, he stressed that he preferred to come to Europe and work as he knows how to stay at home and recriminate himself one day for not having agreed to train in Europe.

When defining yourself as a coach Ambriz He has indicated that he likes to listen to the players and the human part, as well as to adapt to the situation.

The Mexican coach believes that, being a recently relegated team, the Huesca must fight to be on top. “We know that the demand is going to be great but we will have to go game by game. We have a great demand but it cannot scare us away.”