Godin said that Atletico Madrid won’t change their game

Diego GodinDiego Godin said that Atletico Madrid won’t change their game and they will try to perform like they did last season. Pay per head services and many Live betting fans also don’t want to see any changes in the way they play, or in anything involving the team.

Price per head services and Live betting all over the world saw that last term they performed much better than expected as they were able to clinch the La Liga crown and make to the UEFA Champions League’s final, where they lost to rivals Real Madrid 4-1.

The club’s success came despite striker Radamel Falcao leaving for Monaco, and pay per head services know that they will have to deal with more players leaving in order for them to clinch even more victories when the next campaign gets underway.

Filipe Luis, Adrian Lopez, and Diego Costa all left the club, but many Live betting fans were delighted to see that players like Antoine Griezmann and Mario Mandzukic arrived.

Pay per head services learned that Diego Simeone’s players will visit Real for the Supercopa de Espana’s first leg taking place next Tuesday.

However, Godin is determined that their game-by-game philosophy will not change at all, and the team’s Live betting fans hope that they continue playing the way they do.

“We’re still preparing and getting in shape,” Godin said.

“We still have to keep working to improve and feel good. We will try to get there in the best way, convinced that we will be 100 per cent at the time. We will give our all and try to win [against Real].

“The match-by-match is still good for us. It’s part of the training. We focus on what’s closest in time. Now we are preparing for the Supercopa as our main objective.

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“We’re not going to change anything. We’re going to compete against big teams and we’ll try to do everything we can to win the matches, although we know it will be difficult.”