18.12.2017 · 12:26
Čanak and Andrić before Limoges: "Extending our good intervals is a priority"
"No matter the fact that we have lost the chance to qualify for Top16, Partizan is obligated to go for a win in every game in Belgrade", said Čanak.
Partizan NIS will host French Limoges on Tuesday, in the final match that will be played in front of their fans in this season's edition of 7Days Eurocup. Another season in the row Euroleague dedicates the 9th round of Eurocup to promotion of their CSR program - One Team.
Before tomorrow's match, One Team Ambassador of BC Partizan NIS, Mihajlo Andrić said:
"The game against Limoges is a great opportunity for us to give everything we can in front of our fans, to play on a high level as long as we can, and try to win. At the same time, tomorrow we will dedicate ourselves to the One Team project, where we promote respect, acceptance, inclusion and human dignity for people with disabilities through sport, with representatives of the Special Olympics Serbia", Andrić said.
Black and Whites' coach Nenad Čanak emphasized that Partizan NIS in "Pionir" has the obligation to go for a win in every match.
"Regardless of the fact that we have lost the chance to further qualify for the Eurocup, Partizan is obligated to win every game. We will try to correct mistakes that we made against MZT. Our priority is to reduce weak periods and extending good intervals of our game in which we play with satisfactory intensity in both directions. The match is on the same day as St Nicholas, our big orthodox holiday, but I hope fans will come to support us", Čanak said.
(Photo: Dragana Stjepanovic / Miroslav Todorovic)