Garcia promises the Nazarenes: we will wet the shirts to get the best results

Riyadh: Issa Al-Hakami
Frenchman Rudi Garcia, the new coach of the Saudi Al-Nasr team, pledged with his assistant staff and players to give the best of his experience to achieve global results in the new season, which starts on August 25.
The French coach revealed in an interview broadcast on Al-Nasr’s club website about the history of his negotiations with Al-Nasr: “A year ago, there were ongoing contacts between me and the president of the club, Musli Al Muammar, to the extent that the relationship between us became personal. The president wanted me to come in the winter, but that didn’t happen.”
He added: “Over the last period I followed the team and I now have a full picture of it. There have been a lot of swings during the season, but the end was good and we have an ambitious plan of action, and we have two deals closed to strengthen the lines, which are at the level of the ambitions that the fans are waiting for, and I came for work and achieved success.
He expressed his joy at the pace of work for next season: “Everything is encouraging positive moves on the part of the sporting director, Quran, for our camp in Marbella, and he even told me that after 7 days we will play against Espanyol. the start of the camp, after two weeks, and there is preparation for the rest of the friendly matches.”
Garcia confirmed that he was eager to succeed, saying: “I have had continuity throughout my career. My motto is, as we say in French, ‘We will wet the shirts to get the best possible results’.”
About his first presence in Saudi Arabia, he said: “I am happy to be in Riyadh, and I will like to discover more places during the breaks, especially the city of Al-Ula, which I heard about, and want to visit it .”