Red Bull Salzburg might have wished to conclude their Malta tour on a better note after losing 4-0 to Serie A giants Inter, on Wednesday.
Nonetheless, coach Matthias Jaissle still managed to draw positives from this training camp as he heaped praise on the organisation and environment that the Austrian champions found on our shores.
“First of all, I received great feedback and response from my players during this short winter camp in Malta,” Jaissle told the Times of Malta.
“We are pleased to have stayed in Malta as we were pretty happy with the conditions and environment that we found, making it a perfect ending for the first part of the season.
Who knows, maybe we come again.”
Asked about the Inter defeat, Jaissle explained that while they were missing 16 players from the first team, he still wanted his side to impose their usual playing style.
“We faced a great team like Inter in the middle of our pre season and our performance was not at its best,” the German coach explained.
“Nonetheless, this test served us coaching staff to observe some other players who might be valuable options for us in the second part of the campaign.”
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