Paris team coach says he accepted the Parisian train set because it was a “new challenge” and not because it was better team than Sevilla.
The coach of Paris Saint-Germain, Unai Emery, agreed to train the Parisian set because it was a “new challenge” and not because it was better team than Sevilla FC, stressing that this season to win the Champions League is a “clear goal” and which is a competition where they want to have a “dimension as a club.”
“One accepts the challenge of training the PSG because he wants to go one step further, not because it is better than Sevilla. For me it is a different challenge and in this new stage of the Champions League is a clear goal,” Emery said in an interview granted to the channel ‘# 0′ Movistar Plus.
In addition, the Basque coach said the French club look to have a “dimension as a club and win options” in the continental showpiece. “It is a journey and a path that wants to make PSG and it has this’ coaching staff and Unai Emery” he said.
Thus, the Fuenterrabia said has “motivation and enthusiasm” enough to do it, but that “logically” have to “go step by step.” “Together we want to achieve. Now we have to set goals and chart a path to achieve them,” he said.
“We are at the beginning. We have a quarter of a competition and still missing, but the PSG project is solid and my motivation for doing things well too,” he said.