At 4 o'clock in the afternoon on October 4, the first team of Shenzhen Kaisa finished the 6-day holiday and returned to the base to prepare for battle.
On September 27, the first stage of the Chinese Super League ended, many
Defence member Mi Haolun said: "On the holiday day, I had a potluck with my wife and children and enjoyed a rare family time."
Midfielder Dai Weijun said: "After the holiday, I will return to Shenzhen, mainly for rest. On the holiday, I will video chat with my family and spend a simple time eating mooncakes with friends."
On the first training day after the holiday, except for Jiang Zhipeng to participate in the national team training, other deep football players returned to the base for training. The amount of training arranged by the coach of the deep football team was moderate. In more than an hour, the players completed short passes, steals, group confrontations and other training content.
Cruyff said: "The format of the second stage of the game is very different from before, so we have to make better use of possession and passing to create more offensive opportunities and score more goals."
In training, Cruyff paid great attention to the players' sense of position and often corrected their positions on the field. At the same time, he also requires good communication between the players, shouting out to let everyone know what each other thinks, and reduce mistakes.
After the training, Mi Haolun said: "Everyone is in good condition, and they all want to improve themselves through training and play well in the next game."
Dai Weijun said: "The game is coming soon, we need to get into the state faster. I hope to help the team complete the goal as soon as possible, and at the same time I can score more goals in the game."
For the opponent in the second stage, Cruyff and his team conducted a serious study. He reminded the players to always be vigilant: "By introducing new players, the opponent's strength is already different, and we must use the interval to improve ourselves. Actively prepare for war."