Elmohamady: It’s going to be difficult at Leicester
Egypt international Ahmed Elmohamady said that Hull City will be aiming to take all three points when they face Leicester City on Saturday.
Leicester City, who recently sacked their title-winning coach Claudio Ranieri, put on an impressive display as they beat Liverpool 3-1 on Monday. With the win, Leicester are now in the 15th place, three points ahead of Hull City.
“We have to go there, be positive and make sure we get the three points,” Elmohamady said.
“We’re all looking forward to the next game. It’s going to be a difficult one away at Leicester, but our preparations are already underway.
“We’re all looking forward to the games ahead and I firmly believe that we can stay in the Premier League,” he added.
When asked about the change of management at Leicester, Elmohamady said: “Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad.”
“Changes can make a difference, like what has happened to us here, but all we can focus on is ourselves and what we have to do,” he explained.
Marco Silva replaced Mike Phelan as the club’s manager in January. Silva managed to earn eight points from six games in the English Premier League and gave hope for the club that is trying hard to escape the bottom three, as they’ve remained there since mid-October.
“Our results over the past month or so have given the players, the fans and everybody in and around the Club the confidence to stay positive,” he added.
/ 2 hours ago
Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah was named among the candidates of the UEFA Champions League...
/ 2 hours ago
Former Liverpool and England striker Michael Owen has expressed his amazement at Mohamed Salah’s...