Sun 12 February 2023 | 12:47

Valencia manager urges fans to support team after protests against owner Peter Lim

Valencia manager Salvador Gonzalez Voro has asked fans to support the team after protests against owner Peter Lim.



’s game against Athletic Bilbao on Saturday, thousands of supporters staged a protest against club owner Peter Lim.

Valencia lost 2-1 against Bilabo and now is in the

La Liga

relegation zone. They have lost their last four games and have picked up just one point from their past seven games in La Liga.

Salvador Voro who recently replaced Gennaro Gattuso said he is happy with the performance of his side but admitted they need their supporters.

Voro said:

"The team has been closer to being able to win and has been focused except on some detail that Athletic has taken advantage of.

"The attitude has been very good and it's unfair, but football is like that. It's a sad day, but improvements have been seen and you have to compete equally to be able to win games."

Voro added:

"The situation is very complicated from a sporting perspective.

"We understand that the public may be upset, I respect that everyone expresses their Valencianism in the way they consider, but we need the people.

"We are in a very difficult situation, and I think that today there are green shoots. It has not given us a win, but we have lost due to specific actions, football has these things."

Valencia striker Hugo Duro also was asked about the fan protests.

"It is normal for the fans to be this demanding when they are in this situation, I would be too,"

he said.

"We've had 37,000 people come out here tonight and we cannot ask for more.

"They support however they can and the rest is down to us."

source: SportMob

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