Neo-Olympian, Mattéo Guendouzi, for his first press conference in Marseille, was obviously questioned about his time at PSG.
Native of Poissy, in the Paris region, Matteo Guendouzi spent his early childhood in the ranks of PSG, from the age of six to the age of 15. His training, the interested party has perfected it in Lorient, where he began his professional career at the age of 17. Two seasons later, Arsenal will grapple with him, happily at first. Seen from Marseille, the former Hake freshly recruited by loon therefore has a certain liability. So he did not escape the question during his very first press conference on Wednesday.
« I played at PSG at a very young age. I was very young, I lived in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, it was the city club. Like any young person who lives there, inevitably, I played in the club in my city. I played there in pre-training, it is normal to represent the club in your region. But, today, I’m only focused on Olympique de Marseille, I’m here to do great things with the team, immediately trumpets the 22-year-old Parisian. I am really here for OM, the club, the fans, the people of Marseille in general. I have already received a great love from Marseillais, I will return to the field by best representing the club and do what I have always done: wet the jersey and even more at OM. »
“A character that fits the club very well”
The answer reflects the boy’s temperament, as does the rest of his exchange with the media. ” I am not here to advance myself, I am here for the workforce, the team, to adapt to the coach’s strategy. Obviously, I have technical qualities which will hopefully help the team. And to add as to his well-tempered character: ” My character is simply to defend the colors of the club. Fighting on the pitch, for the jersey, for the supporters. I have always had a winning character. On the pitch, that will never change. I grew up, maybe I made mistakes like we all do when we are younger. But I’m going to keep a character that I know fits the club very well. »
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