Wales caretaker coach Robert Page has warn the Demark team ahead of their clash, says they will not show any emotion in the game.
Wales caretaker boss Robert Page has warned the Demark team ahead of their clash in the round of 16.
The Demark team endure a tough time in the group stage with skipper Christian Eriksen cardiac arrest against Finland.
Page says any manager who looks at their team will understand the threat they have in the team.
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“Any opposing manager looks at our teamsheet and respects what we’re all about and the threat that we’ve got in the team.
“We’ve done our homework on them already, we spent all day in the analysis room yesterday going over it and what we are up against is a very, very good outfit.”
Page sent is respect to Eriksen as he admit he is glad the Demark skipper is recovering well.
He further stated that they are in the business to beat them when they meet and they won’t show any emotion in the game.
“First and foremost we’re glad that Christian Eriksen is recovering really, really well. Ben Davies is a close friend of his and he was cut up the night it was all unfolding.
“Football comes and goes for coaches, managers, players but your family is there for life and he’s back with them and that’s the most important thing.
“With regards to business on Saturday, we’re there to beat them, there’s no emotion from us with regards to that we are there to do a job and we will absolutely be ready for it.”