Price per Head: Emery puts aside feelings for Valencia

Unai EmeryUnai Emery, Sevilla coach, will put aside his feelings for Valencia as he looks to make it to the UEFA Europa League final, and price per head services know very well how important this is.

Pay per head services saw that Emery was coach at the Mestalla between 2008-2012, and was able to lead his former side to three straight third-place finishes in La Liga, and the 2011-2012 semi-finals in the Europa League.

Valencia were beaten by Atletico Madrid on that occasion, but price per head services saw that his hopes of making it to this season’s showcase received a boost with a 2-0 first-leg victory in Seville.

Despite a 3-0 first-leg defeat in Switzerland that concerned many fans and pay per head services, Valencia made it to the semi-finals thanks to a very impressive turnaround against Basel, winning on aggregate 5-3 and impressing many fans in the process.

And price per head services can see that the coach is cautious of his former club’s ability to spring a surprise on Thursday at the Mestalla.

“For me to be here again – I can’t explain how good those four years were, but I am putting these feelings aside,” he said.

“I’m not looking to defeat Valencia; I’m looking to guide Sevilla through to the final.

“I’ve played a semi-final before, with Valencia in the Europa League, but I lost to Atletico. I have another chance now with Sevilla.

“We are all in a good place, close to something extraordinary.

“We know it’s going to be a tough game. We need to continue what we did in the first leg, recognising Valencia’s threat and potential.

“I have faith in our ability.

And pay per head services also know very well how capable they are.

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“Before the first leg I said our chances were 50-50. Now the odds are stacked a bit more in our favour but we must be very cautious and play with a lot of respect for our opponents.”