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Team 29 April 2022, 19:48

Benoît Badiashile: "Give everything until the end"

Benoît Badiashile: "Give everything until the end"
The AS Monaco central defender expressed his determination before a visit from Angers on Sunday (3 p.m.) as part of the 36th round of Ligue 1.

A run of good form to be maintained. On a very good run of form, with six consecutive wins in the league, AS Monaco will try to keep it up Sunday (3 p.m.) when they host Angers, as part of the 35th ronud of Ligue 1. Speaking to the press, Benoît Badiashile did not hide his desire to continue this momentum, even if he is wary of Le SCO.

Good performances at home

We feel very comfortable at the Stade Louis-II, where we have to please our supporters and we always give everything to make that happen. At home, we have had good results that we will have to continue until the end of the season. And as a player trained at the Club, it is obviously an additional honor to play at the Stade Louis-II.

What the supporters give to the team

I would like to thank them and I hope they continue to encourage us, because we will need them at the end of the season. We really need their support and I hope they will still be there to push us on both home and away.

The race for the European places

We are level with Rennes and today the race for Europe has started anew. We have four finals left, including a very important one Sunday against Angers. We will see the rest of the season, but we are only focused on what we have to do and we will give everything until the end of it.

The Monegasque suspensions

It’s always a bit annoying when we have important players who are not there, but we have the squad to replace them. There are players who fight every day in training to earn their place, so I have no worries that they will perform.

The state of mind in the locker room

When we win, it’s easier to be optimistic. The match against PSG (3-0) gave us a lot of strength and has served as a benchmark. Victories give us confidence and we will try to replicate what we have done in previous weeks. The coach is always calm, upbeat and positive, and that’s what we need because our squad is quite young.

Rise. Risk. Repeat.