Iago Aspas, the great star of Celta de Vigo, confessed in an interview in the The spar of the Being Chain who misses more talented street players i
Iago Aspas, the great star of Celta de Vigo, confessed in an interview in the The spar of the Being Chain who misses more talented street players in the world of football. Believes that “all styles of soccer players come out of schools“where a synthetic surface is played that he did not touch until he arrived at Celta. The Moañés forged his character on the dirt fields. The same one who wants to highlight how difficult it is to score an average of 15 goals season after season
Without Messi and Cristiano, the fight for top scorer is even more open with the presence of players like Benzema or Lewandowski. However, the current Zarra of LaLiga Santander recalled that the last Spanish top scorer was Dani Güiza with Mallorca: “Knowing how difficult it is to score 15 goals season after season in the First Division” something that pointed out that almost nobody has achieved these last campaigns recognized than to dream of being the competition’s top scorer”you need to score about 25 goals, a very difficult figure if you put yourself in my case as a Celta player“.
In his analysis of current football, he regretted that physique is prevailing over talent: “Today it is more about numbers, what you did and the impact you have on the pitch. Now many footballers stand out for their physical power “. In that obsession with numbers, he recognized that “every Monday I come to the locker room and it’s there how much I ran, how many sprints, what was my maximum speed peak. Week after week and sometimes even in training… Imagine when I was 35 years old and I was never a physical player“.
Iago Aspas (Photo: RC Celta).
Aspas added that “now all the styles of soccer players come out of schools, a lot of synthetic field. I didn’t step on one until I joined Celta, and that when we played at home, it was nothing at all. When you played away against city teams, you played on dirt fields.” A fact that has led the world of football to promote physical play over talent, playfulness and self-confidence.
Of the defeat against Valencia, the Moañés pointed out that “we are jhated because we didn’t play a good game, it was one of our worst games”. “It was a fairly close game, we had had two chances to get ahead. We didn’t do it and they put the first one they had inside. Then in the second, when we began to have chances, we were left with one man less, remaining for more than half an hour, and for trying to go looking for the tie, we fell two more at the end”, recalled Aspas.