The 26-year-old central defender Ilori also calls for more "effectiveness" from the leading men when targeting the opposing goal
Tiago Ilori sees the most stable team and this aspect is seen as a plus for what remains of this season. "Stability is important and a good sign for the rest of the championship. There are several positive signs for what is coming. After the last game [against Portimonense], it was important for confidence, after a result like the last, the confidence increases. We go to all games to try to win, "he said.
The central defender calls for effectiveness in offensive terms, but also concentration, because the game philosophy of the lions, based on a construction process from the backward sector is lethal. "It takes concentration, we have a lot of ball possession, trying to score as many goals as ever. Then, of course, being more effective up front. I think Sporting's philosophy has always been that of playing behind. , everyone in the squad can afford it, "he praised.
The young people who have been working under Silas have also deserved a word of encouragement. "It is very positive [they may be in the training of the first team]. The reality of the training is very different from the first team. It is very important that they are close to the team and see the day to day so that they can evolve. have examples and be an example for younger people, "he added. For next year, the defender leaves regular votes for the team, as far as income is concerned. "We want to be more constant, in the second half of the season will be very important. We have been trying. With the stability we have and training time, I think it will be a well achieved goal," he said in a statement to Sporting TV
Looking at direct competition, Tiago Ilori sees it as a point of "evolution", namely Coates, Mathieu and Neto. "Good thing there is a lot of competition, so we can compete and evolve all. The unhappiness of Neto is just a step back, but surely we will evolve. Everyone has conditions to play at Sporting, then is opportunity and work," he said. .