Dutch manager John Van't Schip's exit from Guadalajara is in the past, which makes bringing him up disrespectful according to defender and team captain Hector Reynoso, who said the manager did his best and always treated the team well.
"It would be disrespectful to talk about him while he's not here, something you couldn't say to his face. I don't think he acted badly, the team just didn't advance and now its time to think of Benjamin Galindo and Toluca," said the team captain.
He recognized that the Dutch manager "did his best so we would advance, so did we. It's true that there was change because of the bad results, that can't be ignored either."
"It's not easy for anyone for a manager to leave any team, it wasn't easy for us either , but now we are thinking about Toluca and at the moment we try to leave that in the past. It happened, we said goodbye and we closed a cycle learning what he showed us and we learned also from the bad times we lived," said the defender.
Days from debuting against Toluca, Reynoso said that despite the little time they've had with Galindo, they must absorb what he wants to do on the field.
"We have to see what the new manager brings, there is always a change, different things; we hope its good for the team, we always think of the benefit of the club," he declared.
He stressed that the team "must improve in defending, we already talked it to the manager and we will look to improve. We know to win we have to score goals and we trust in our players to do that."
"These days the team looks dynamic; our idea will be to attack which always has defensive risks, we will look for our opponents to have the least opportunities and for us to score; the team looks strong, we've found a balance between attacking and defending," said the defender.