Spartak Moscow does not need to think about the championship after the match against Rubin Kazan. That says Quincy Promes, who made his return for the top club from Russia. He‘s not happy with what he saw.
Kazan, trained by Leonid Slutsky, was too strong at 0-2. As a result, the backlog of Spartak on the front runner remains seven points. “It was a difficult game for us. You can talk about a bad field, but they have to deal with the same circumstances. So that’s not an excuse,” says Promes in Russian media.
“We can also talk about arbitration for a long time, but we did too little ourselves to score. We need to improve in all areas. When we play like that, we don‘t have to talk about the championship.”
Promes arrived at Spartak this week and has only been able to train a few with his new club. He didn’t play with Ajax anymore. “I‘m fit, but the best way to get back is to play. I’m glad I played the whole game and feel good.”