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24 Mar 2012
The casualty of Colotto for the match before Córdoba CF means that Aythami Artiles will stay at the starting formation; the Canarian replaced Ze Castro on the past weekend and now he asks to keep the same form of recent months.

Aythami Artiles was a fixed starter at the beginning of the season, but later became one of the most criticized players at the team and ended losing the spot before Ze Castro; now for the first time since the clash with UD Almeria he is playing two straight games as a starter, this since Colotto is missing the game with Córdoba due to suspension; for the previous meeting with Alcoyano the Canarian was covering the spot of Ze Castro, also for suspension.

He talked to Sportpaper Marca and analyzed the reasons why he is now a substitute, “I don’t believe that it was for my own mistakes; I went out for a suspension, then Ze Castro entered and he made a wonderful job. The team responded and the best thing is to not touch what´s working.”

“I have accepted my situation and when you aren’t playing, then the best thing is to support your team mates. In any case, what any player wants is to play and as long as you do it the most, then you feel more important. I always train at the top, so I will be fine as soon as I get another chance.” He added.

The Canarian defender was also commenting the current form of Depor, situation that’s allowing the Galicians to be the leaders in the competition, “It is an important advantage and we aspire to keep the distance; a lot of points still in dispute, so we must be focused all the time.”

Finally, Aythami was talking of the rival for this Sunday, “In the paper it doesn’t seem to be the strongest rival, but it has been the revelation on the league, and they surely travel to the Riazor with the intention of picking the three points. I know the coach as he made a solid season at Las Palmas. Córdoba has great players and we must be careful. They have been regular and that’s why they are up at the standings.”



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