FAULT ALSO To THE INJURIES
Mourinho elogia to Hazard, but questions his training in the Madrid
Published:19/06/2021 - 12:16h
Updated:19/06/2021 - 12:16h
José Mourinho, the one who coincided with Eden Hazard in Chelsea, has valued the talent of the Belgian, although it admits that it has not been able to explode in the Real Madrid owing to the injuries and of a training that perhaps was not the most suitable
Eden Hazard has been one of the players that more has been in the centre of the criticisms during the last years. His costly signing by the Real Madrid has not translated in positive results for the whites, that saw in him to a key figure after his stage in Chelsea.
In such sense, José Mourinho, has commented for talkSport that the problem could root in his discipline: "The truth on Hazard is what see of him. It is an incredible player with an abysmal training. Imagine you what could be with an attitude súper professional in the trainings".
Included it sustains that it saw a big potential in him when it was his trainer in Chelsea: "When it was to the Real Madrid thought: 'Wow, this boy goes to the biggest club of the world and goes to feel an enormous pressure to be always in the peak, this boy goes to win the Balloon of Gold, because it is incredible'".
The dilemma of Hazard with the injuries
Nevertheless, the ailments have prevented to the Belgian show the shine of previous years: "But in terms of his physical state, his speed, his condition, would be a player much better. What see is only the talent that carried to Eden to where is. It has had more injuries in the Real Madrid, that in all the time that was with me in Chelsea. Had one but did not go at all important. But in Madrid went in in this negative dynamics with his injuries and this probably affected him".
Likewise, it has stood out his personality, that to trial of the Portuguese projects in front of the most common attitudes between the footballers of these times: "
It is an incredible boy, is a man of incredible family, seems that it does not belong to this generation of players".