Koundé: “It’s only in my head now to compete again”

first_imgWhere he did leave one curious reflection the Frenchman went to the question of play behind closed doors. Instead of analyzing the difficulties it will be for professionals to play without an audience, Koundé preferred to put himself in the Sevilla fan’s skin: “I think it will be harder for the hobby not being able to go to the field that for us to play without people. The sevillistas they live soccer a lot and watching home games alone is going to be difficult for them. The best way to thank the fans is to compete good and finish the season in Champions. “Also did Koundé a review of what is being the season of his debut in Sevilla and in LaLiga, where things seem to be going better than expected: “At the moment I am happy but not satisfied because there are many things that I can still do better. I’m having a lot of minutes and good matches, but the important thing is that the team is doing very well. I’ve had difficult moments with games where I have had errors but it is part of the sport and I have always tried to make the best of those failures to progress. I like being in such a demanding club. “ Nicknamed “Cafu” by Lucas OcamposKoundé recognized that the joke does not bother you, on the contrary, and did not hide his admiration for the closest thing there is to Cafu in Seville, Jesus Navas: “He’s always on top, he never stops. It’s amazing to play with someone like him. He’s one age but his body has another“ Jules Koundé appeared in the official media Sevilla and in a perfect spanish (he has only been in Nervión for nine months) explained how he is living the confinement in the Andalusian capital a young Frenchman of 21 years: “I am a boy who Not much out so I’m well quarantined. I am in contact with my family, of course I would like to have them close, but I am fine. I don’t look too much at the informationMaybe only once a week, because so much bad news can end up affecting you a lot. It is a difficult situation, there is many dead And we have to be responsible by staying home“On the horizon it seems that the Back to work, something that Koundé longs both for his passion for football and for the need to return to contact with colleagues: “For me soccer is everything in my life and Sevilla now too. I want to be with my teammates again, to return to Saturdaynchez Pizjuán… We are a very good group and we miss each other. I like to compete and it is difficult not to. What I have in my head right now is continue working because the Sevilla’s goals They are still high and when we return they will be there. I can’t stop, in my head there is only going back to compete. “center_img LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of April 22, 2020last_img read more


first_imgThe winner of our VIP trip to Croke Park for Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final is a very happy Patricia Molloy from Glenties.A delighted Patricia revealed how her husband Julian only turned down two tickets for the Hogan Stand this morning in the hope that she would win the Donegal Daily competition! And she did!Patricia and Julian will now be wined and dined in a hospitality box at Croke Park with the best seats in the house! Patricia said “I can’t believe it. I never thought I would win it. I’m a big fan of Donegal Daily but I know an awful lot of people entered the competition.“I’m over the moon and I’m so looking forward to the day now. All we have to do now is beat Cork,” she beamed.We would like to thank every reader who entered the competition.We had hundreds of correct answers which, of course, was that Martin McHugh will lead out the Legends Tour at Croke Park this Sunday. If you didn’t win then don’t worry – we’ll have lots more free competitions in the coming weeks.C’mon Donegal! SHE’S FROM GLENTIES MAN, SHE’S WON THE TICKETS MAN! was last modified: August 23rd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:competitionDonegal DailyGlentiesPatricia Molloylast_img read more