Pay per Head Agents: Nuno believes that Lim will help Valencia become stronger

Nuno Espirito SantoNuno Espirito Santo and pay per head agents were very happy to see his Valencia side get ready to welcome the time of Peter Lim as the team’s owner with Saturday’s win.

On Friday, Valencia made the announcement that the billionaire from Singapore was able to make a deal to complete the club’s purchase.

News of deal was properly celebrated by the La Liga side, as they were able to take out Elche 3-1 tanks to goals scored by Shkodran Mustafi, Dani Parejo, and an own goal by David Lomban.

When he spoke after the game, coach Nuno said that Valencia – who are currently sitting at third place – will become much stronger with Lim as their owner.

“The team played a really focused, competitive game,” said the coach “We have to approach the goal like we did. We had good moments and we played a good game.

“Peter Lim came down before and after the game to congratulate the players. He was also at the hotel. This was a very important moment for us. Mestalla had an incredible atmosphere. We love playing at home.

“Valencia will be stronger every day with Peter Lim. We’re a club that’s on the right track, although there’s still a lot of work ahead of us.”

The coach added: “It was important to win in this fashion, it was a fair victory. We worked really hard over the full 90 minutes. Elche didn’t make winning easy.

“We neutralized their strengths, but they wouldn’t allow us to use our counter-attack. Fran Escriba has been doing a great job for quite some time. They didn’t give us a single opportunity.”

Valencia’s win on Saturday also saw Alvaro Negredo, very talented striker, make his official debut for the team, as before he left Manchester City, the loanee suffered a broken foot.

Pay per head agents saw that Spain international Negredo featured in the last 10 minutes, and the player was delighted by the fans’ support.

“This was an important win, I’m very happy to be back. It’s been three very hard months. Now I need to find my rhythm and find my place in the team,” said Negredo.

“I was very excited to play. In the morning, I was like a kid and as the day went on I started to relax. These have been three very hard months and I appreciate everyone who has worked with me in my recovery, both in Manchester and here.