By Sports Reporter/Doha
QSL online sat down with El Jaish’s Brazilian ace Romarinho ahead of their QSL match of the week against Al Arabi. Whilst also catching his thoughts on El Jaish’s prospects this season.
How has preparations gone for the Al Arabi game?
Preparations have gone well, and we are looking for a repeat performance of the last time we played Al Arabi when we won 4-0.
What is your expectation for the match?
It’s going to be a good game. Both teams know how to play football. The best side will certainly win this match.
Who have the upper hand in this game?
I think that organisation is key in big matches like this. Whoever can stay in control of the ball and have less defensive mistakes will win this match.
Can you break down the Arabi defensive ranks?
Of course this will be a challenge. However as a team we have been good in front of goal this season, we will just have to keep playing normally and I am sure that we will score.
Which player you fear at Arabi?
You cannot be scared of any players that you face. However Arabi certainly have some good players in their squad. I think Paulinho is a strong player for Al Arabi.
Did you expect to draw against Meisameer?
We didn’t expect to draw. We now have to put that behind us and focus on the remaining games in the league.
What is your team ambition this season?
Well the QSL title is now decided, so our aim is to finish in the highest possible position in the league. Whilst also working hard to win a domestic cup.
What is your individual ambition with El Jaish?
My aim is to win trophies with El Jaish, and lift the AFC Champions League trophy.
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