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Saudi League news

Saudi League news

Saudi League news

Vitoria reveals the reasons for his acceptance of Al Nasr's training and his position on renewing his contract:


 Victory club coach Roy Vitoria talked about his experience in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the reason for his acceptance to take that experience, which is his first away from Portugal.

Roy Vitoria was chosen to coach the victory in February 2019 after good experiences in the Portuguese League with clubs; Bausch de Ferrera, Vitoria Guimaraes, and Benfica.

Vitoria said during his interview with the Portuguese newspaper "Tribuna Expresso", about his agreement to train victory: "It was a difficult decision but I had a very positive feeling about Saudi Arabia with the person I spoke with. I won titles in Benfica and there will also be the possibility to continue to Winning titles and at the same time there was a financial problem. ”

The people here in Saudi Arabia are very friendly, and they have the habit of giving flowers when we reach any hotel or public place.”

Vitoria: There is a possibility to renew with victory:


 I was here alone last time. They are enjoying life here. My two daughters are in an international school and my three-year-old son is in the care center inside the complex where we live and he is also learning English. We are 23 Portuguese in the same complex because, in addition to my technical team, I also brought coaches and a medical team, we are all with our families. ”

And about his future after returning to Portugal due to the Coronavirus, Vitoria said: “8 games were remaining since the end of the Saudi League, and that was on the eve of the King's Cup semi-final, and I was already ready to start training when the decision to stop all competitions arrived.”

I have a contract until the end of this season and there is a possibility of renewal, but the decision was not taken."

Regarding the possibility of returning to training in Portugal, Vitoria said: “If I have the opportunity, I want to return to Portugal again to achieve two goals that I will not disclose. I also dream about training in the English and Spanish leagues, but for me it is not an obsession.”

It is noteworthy that football activity in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was suspended in the middle of last March as part of the precautionary measures to combat the spread of the Coronavirus "Covid 19".

And Al-Nasr Club occupies second place in the table of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup championship for professionals with 45 points behind Al-Hilal, the leader in the standings, with 51 points after 22 rounds.
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