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“Many thought we were dead”, ‘Pity’ Altamirano is filled with pride for Herediano

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“Many thought we were dead”, ‘Pity’ Altamirano is filled with pride for Herediano

The coach of the Florense team, Hector ‘Pity’ Altamirano, has heaped praise on his players following their remarkable feat in Toluca. Despite being 4-1 down on aggregate at the Nemesio Diez stadium, the team came out fighting and scored three goals in the second half to tie the series and eliminate Toluca by a criterion tiebreaker.

Altamirano attributed the comeback to the mental strength, camaraderie, and dedication of his players, emphasizing that they believed in the work that allowed them to achieve the incredible result. He also highlighted the importance of the victory for the club and the institution, expressing his happiness for the team’s performance.

The coach ensured to recognize the efforts of his players before talking about his own work, underscoring the significance of their hard work in securing the victory. The Florense team has now advanced to the round of 16 of the Concacaf Champions Cup, where they will face Robinhood of Suriname.

The remarkable comeback has earned the Florense team well-deserved praise, and they will be looking to carry this momentum forward as they progress in the Concacaf Champions Cup.

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