Fans all over the world and pay per head services were concerned when they found out that last week, Martino was reported to consider cutting his reign with Barca short after the coach was criticised following his side’s loss of its top spot in La Liga.
Price per head services know that the Argentinian signed a two-year deal when he was appointed last July as Tito Vilanova’s successor, and the 51-year-old denied speculation that his tenure with the Catalan giants could come to a premature end.
Earlier on Tuesday, pay per head services saw that Josep Maria Bartomeu, Barca president, said that Martino assured the club that he won’t leave them when the current campaign comes to an end.
And Martino said “I always respect my contracts” at a press conference on the eve of the la Liga match with Real Betis on Wednesday.
A hat-trick by Lionel Messi in Sunday’s gripping El Clasico at the Bernabeu was able to secure a 4-3 win for the champions, leaving fans all over the world and price per head services very impressed.
The coach is keen to make sure that his side continue winning after the impressive victory over title rivals Real Madrid by changing the one-point gap between themselves and Atletico Madrid and Real at the top of the table.
He added: “It is important for us to be in the right frame of mind for this run-in to the end of the season, and we are still competing on all three fronts (Barca are also in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals and Copa del Rey final) and finding our form, so it’s all positive.
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“We have to make the most of what we achieved at the weekend, because it has put us back in contention for the league title.”