"eto'Or wanted to triumph in the real madrid and felt  annoying"

"Eto'Or wanted to triumph in the Real Madrid and felt annoying"

"Eto'Or wanted to triumph in the Real Madrid and felt annoying"

Published:20/03/2014 - 10:40h


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The one who went one of the managers of the international relations of the Real Madrid, José Luis Serrano, went one of the most next people to Samuel Eto'or when it arrived to the club merengue. "His put was to triumph in the Real Madrid, but did not achieve it and felt annoying"

In an interview conceded to "Esports in Xarxa" of The Xarxa, José Luis Serrano has remembered how was the arrival of Samuel Eto'or to the Real Madrid, where initiated his sportive career like professional. "Eto'Or arrived in a sudden way here like a chavalín and his put was to triumph here with the Real Madrid, this did not arrive it to achieve and felt , logically, a bit annoying. Perhaps it is not the most sportive reaction, but yes that it is, however, the most normal for a so young boy", ensures.

Finally the Cameroonian, casualidades of the destination, finished triumphing in the eternal rival. "In that moment estimated that Eto'or was not a ready player for the first team, in such a way that it went us of the hands. Then the FC Barcelona bet strong by him, and thank heaven, by the boy, that deserves it, had luck and has achieved a success tremendo to world-wide level".

Besides, José Luis Serrano remembers the impulsive that it was (and surely still is) Samuel Eto'or. "We to Eto'or took care it, was a boy that had not had it easy in the life, here began to win a dinerito, no horrifying figures, but yes important quantities for him, and had to see us with him to control his costs, because it happened a bit. All the youngsters want to have an important car, a rolex of gold, and had to control it".

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