Pay per Head: Simeone believes that Atletico’s fate is in their hands

Diego SimeoneDiego Simeone and pay per head services believe that Atletico Madrid are able to rise to the challenge of winning a very exciting race for the La Liga title.

Price per head services saw that on Sunday, Simeone’s men suffered a defeat for the first time in 11 matches, when Levante clinched a 2-0 win to strike a blow to the Madrid side’s struggle to become Spanish champions for the first time since they accomplished that feat in 1996.

Despite losing, pay per head services and the coach believe that Atletico’s destiny continues to be in their own hands as they move into the final two games, even though Barcelona and Real Madrid are still in with a shout of clinching the title.

Simeone believes that his side have the excitement that came with the title race this season, saying that they don’t see winning the title as pressure, but as a responsibility – something that pay per head services can fully agree on.

“We’re in for three weeks of excitement. We have to take it in our stride and keep working well. It’s less an adrenaline rush and more a feeling of vertigo,” Marca quoted the former Inter and Lazio man as saying.

“I experienced it a lot during my playing career and it’s a feeling we like and are enjoying. You should always believe and we do.

“What we’re doing is a responsibility. We don’t see these weeks in terms of pressure: we’re taking them as a challenge that we have to rise to.”

Pay per head services learned that the former Argentina midfielder also wants his team to exercise caution after losing to Levante.

Simeone, who also led his side to a final in the UEFA Champions League against rivals Real, is very happy with being in such a strong position so late in the season, and pay per head services can see why.

“We’re in an ideal situation and we’d have all taken it if we’d been offered it at the beginning of the season,” he added.

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“The facts speak for themselves: we lost to Levante but it’s still in our hands. We have to be strong.”