The day after the consecration of Ajax on the Eredivisie, Lisandro Martínez spoke exclusively with SportsCenter and he recounted how he suffered in his early days in the Netherlands until he became an important part of the champion team.
Next, the best phrases of the talk with Germán Paoloski and Mechi Margalot:
“It is something very nice, we are all very happy. Personally, I am very happy with the development of the season.”
“At the beginning it was difficult because I did not have many possibilities to play. Based on effort, I was able to overcome that adversity, I ended up playing and having a good level.”
“I feel more comfortable as a central defender or central midfielder.”
“Although I train to the maximum, the coach initially opted for other players because the squad is full of good players. The perseverance, the discipline from day to day made me add detail after detail. Luckily I was able to keep up and I ended up gaining ownership. “
“I’m not thinking about the future, we are enjoying my first league title in the Netherlands. There are still three games left until the end of the season and then we’ll see what happens to me.”
“At the beginning I suffered from decision-making, ball control, two-touch play, the intensity of training …”.
“I don’t speak Dutch, but I do have a lot of respect because I’m living in your country. On ‘good morning’, ‘bon appetit’, ‘thank you’ I try to say it in Dutch. The rest, in English.”