Deportivo La Coruna midfielder Juan Dominguez does not believe Coach Jose Luis Oltra's authority has been undermined.
Depor threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 5-3 to Real Zaragoza on Saturday, and are 18th in La Liga. They have the fifth best attack in the division but the joint worst defence, having conceded a total of 25 goals.
“No players thinks the Coach is questioned, or at least that's what I think,” Dominguez stated at a Press conference today.
“The entire team is committed to the Coach. We were 2-0 up and in control, and because of the penalty and expulsion, Zaragoza turned it around.
“It is clear that we have many goals against, no can deny that, but we are just one win away from many teams. We need to correct the defence without failing in attack because we are scoring a lot.”
The 22-year-old rounded off his time in front of the media with mentions for next week's game against Levante and the financial problems looming over the Galician club.
“Last season Levante were great and this year they are the same. They're a team to be taken into account in the upper positions, but we will think of ourselves and play with intensity, that's the key.
“It affects everyone, but we cannot do anything, just our job, which is winning games. We stay out of matters that do not concern us.”
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