Argentina’s national team will once again play as world champions and will do so on land. In the run-up to this month’s matches against Panama and Curaçao, several players spoke about what they had left in the World Cup and one of those who had left their feelings was Leandro Paredes. In an interview with tyC Sports, the midfielder talked about various topics, but also digs into the controversy because he is fully involved – in motion – before the teams of the champion with others of the world, such as those of 1978 and 1986: “No team represented. then this one of the country.” He also spoke it is about the embrace of Leonello Scaloni, his injury before the cup and when he is going to return to Boca.
From Turin, the midfielder reached several positions. One of these injuries was before the World Cup: “I didn’t get my best, I think the coach told him recently. I recently came from a pubic operation, where the pain lasted for a long time and when I felt better I had 25 days after having a nerve. I was really scared when I was injured, and while I was studying I didn’t know how long it would take to recover. I had the worst time, I cried ‘a lot’ before it echoed, ‘about the previous tears’ he said.
One question that has been discussed is how to make Lionel Messi feel like a happy part of the team. “Handling that one, taking him from the poster, that’s what made Leo comfortable. It was the key to the group growing as it did and we did everything. A great coach is virtue. beyond the high-level players is a great group of people”, he expressed.
The controversy that Rodrigo De Paul has already started, Leandro Paredes followed the same line with his teammate and expressed: “I agree with Rodrigo that no team represents the country as well as this one and that people are represented and recognized in this way. through the selection. As Rodrigo said, maybe there were teams incredible players and not lucky enough to achieve anything”. It is worth noting that De Paulo said “we are the best team our country has had”.
It is worth noting that Rodrigo de Paul’s opinion generated comments from other world champions. One of those reasons is Mari Alberti Kempes, who wrote on Twitter for this reason: “You must not forget that in the season of 78 he was the champion. and the best. And one of the 86 at that time was also the best and one more than you have to keep your feet on the ground and respect all of us who wear the Argentina shirt”.
So he had Ubaldo Matilda Fillol. The champion goalkeeper of 1978 highlighted the three stars that Argentina has (78, 86 and 22), the hashtag with the message “ElAbrazoDelAlma”, to embrace that emblematic photo taken with Rabbit Tarantini after the final with Belgium and with Belgium. to whom he was a fan without arms. And he asked, asking: “Do not harm one another.”
On the other hand, he reveals how the dialogue with Scaloni gave each other a hug in celebration of the world: “I have so much gratitude with him for words. I was four years and a half of his five years, I was in the process of starting, because he lost his position in the World Cup like me, maybe it even hurt him to leave him, because he always trusted me. You don’t have to feel guilty about anything. In embracing him I thanked him, that I was happy, I told him that I enjoyed what we had achieved, that it was what we wanted, and he told me that I could not speak; And I turned and went out.
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The cry of Leonelli Scaloni
The Juventus player also emphasized the identity of the people with the type of Albiceleste game and confessed: “I saw a crowd of people playing with the Argentina shirt, I think we did it this way. Putting on the shirt is the most important thing for me, and not taking it off our best, because once we try to take care of it, we know that every day it is tested with our people who demand a lot so we knew that we had to leave 110% of each one”.
Looking forward, Paredes said: “For me it is always something to win, we have the Copa America in the year, we want to continue winning things, we want to continue doing great things, although we win everything we play, we want to continue winning. I spoke to Scaloni when I congratulated him in court, and He told me the same thing, that there is more to go. I want to achieve great things with the national team”.
Finally, he ruled out his arrival in Boca in a short time: “I don’t want to go soon. I am 28 years old, I am happy in Europe, with my family, with the club. I always want to go back to Boca, but not yet. I still have a few years left, and I don’t want to wake people up and have something come out that might wake them up or think that this can happen now.
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