Zambrano: “The Boca world is very complicated, you have to have a very strong head”


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Zambrano: "The Boca world is very complicated, you have to have a very strong head"

One of the Peruvians who is most talked about about his present in foreign football is Carlos Zambrano, a Peruvian central defender who has been the undisputed starter in the eleven of Boca Juniors, who talked about his current status in the xeneize box and how much it cost him to adapt to Argentine football: “The Boca world is very complicated, but the players who come here have to have a very strong head and get used to it. Fortunately, in the last week the result was given against Defense and Justice, and that leaves you calm. Here you live week after week week. Here you have a tie and you cannot imagine how people live in the dressing room, “he said in dialogue with Trade, newspaper of your country.

Regarding the criticism received by Boca fans, he indicated that: “You have to get used to that, you have no choice, I hardly watch television, even if the result is positive. But I understand that here the 24 hours from Boca, or 23 to not sound exaggerated, this does not happen anywhere in the world. In Europe or in Peru, people talk about football for as long as they need to talk. For example, in Peru there is a lot of talk those two or three days that the national team is competing. Something is always talked about or invented here “.

Along the same lines, he maintained that he is concentrating on his work: “What comes from outside one should not care. If there is something negative, it only remains to rescue the minimum, the constructive. But we cannot focus on what comes from outside, because you already know how this comes. What matters most to me is that the club is happy with me. If they weren’t, I’d already stepped aside. I’m calm and things are going for the better. “


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