The Catalan defender does not have problem to the hour to play in this position

Bartra: "In the Barça B already played split of side"

Bartra: "In the Barça B already played split of side"

Published:2/01/2015 - 13:44h


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The central of the FC Barcelona, Marc Bartra, ensures that it will not have any problem in playing of right side in the case that Luis Enrique like this ask it to him, taking into account that the Brazilian Dani Alves could leave to the term of the present season

In statements conceded to TVE, Marc Bartra has confessed that it feels how in the position of right side, and that will not have any problem in observing the orders of Luis Enrique in the case that the Asturian technician ask him play in said position some day due to the fact that Dani Alves finishes agreement in June of 2015, Montoya also could leave this month of January and Douglas Pereira still has not adapted to the game of the team.

"In the Barça B already played several parties like side with Luis Enrique, seat me comfortable in this position", has manifested the Catalan footballer, that ensures to have suffered during the two first seasons in the first team by the fault of minutes. "I happened hard moments in my first year, and also in the second. But the important is not going down the arms, listen to the mates and learn of them".

Now, only it thinks in winning the confidence of Luis Enrique and go having of opportunities along the season, something that already is sucediendo in spite of the competition of Hammered, Mascherano and Mathieu. "What more competition there is, better for the team and also for me, to follow improving. The confidence of the 'mister' account a lot". In this context, is happy with the arrival of his some new mates this past summer and thinks that is well have of a wide staff. "The base that have is the same, and I seat me comfortable".

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