Sarabia at the Kit Launch
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The Madrid native faced the media following the official kit launch

Pablo Sarabia was the player chosen to speak to members of the media congregated in the Official Store for the presentation of the new Sevilla FC kits. In fact, the madrileño began by talking about his preferences in this respect: "The home kit I always like because it's white and it's the norm for sevillismo, but personally I also really like the third kit"

Upon beginning talk of sporting matters, he was asked about the importance of being well prepared for the launch of the European campaign: "That's our priority. Since we started yesterday we have been thinking about those two games which have the potential to make our season. We're hopeful and we're going to work towards them in every coming week". 

He also spoke about the name on everyone's lips, Vicente Iborra: "We will say goodbye to him when he comes to the training ground. To me, it's true that he is a top player in many ways. I have a good relationship with him and he's a great captain, and although I've only spent a year here, I know from what the others have told me that he has learned how to be a good leader to the group. He's done great work here, we owe him a lot and we wish him all the best".

Moreover, Sarabia doesn't waver in showing his optimism for what the future holds: "The message I want to relay is that of maximum excitement. We know that we're going to have a great team and we will fight to achieve significant things. Although there may be departures, there will also be players coming in who can help us improve our game".

He was also persistent in heaping praise on the first confirmed signing: "I know Banega is a terrific player, not only because of the love they have for him here but also because I have seen him play and he can offer us a lot. I already want him to come back from his holidays so we can benefit from his footballing talent"

Furthermore, he gave his first impressions about new head coach Eduardo Berizzo: "He's a coach who conveys a lot to us, who has good ideas and who is going to take us to where we need to be in footballing terms, as well as being able to help us personally". 

Communication Department