The Inter goalkeeper: “I’m the one who gives instructions, my team-mates have to follow my directives. I have to do everything to try and lead the group”
Just on the day when rumors of a Chelsea ready to get their hands on André Onana are circulating, BeIn Sports publishes a brief preview of an interview it did with the Inter goalkeeper. And the Cameroonian, as often happens, avoids set and trivial phrases to show the most interesting sides of his character. Starting from his desire for leadership: “I am the one who gives instructions, my teammates must follow my directives. As commander of this team, I don’t need to have the armband to command it. The goalkeeper is a commander or even the colonel of a team I have to do everything to try and lead the team.” Very clear.
Being a group
It is a declaration that moves the steps, however, from the explanation of Onana’s excellent numbers in the Champions League, which he rebounds to the whole collective. In particular for the trip to Porto in the second leg of the round of 16: “I wouldn’t say a great Onana, I’d say a great defense. We showed that we have character: we went there to play our game and to qualify. For me, the Champions League numbers League exists thanks to the trust that the team gives me.” And that, by extension, he instills in his teammates.
March 31, 2023 (change March 31, 2023 | 11:51 am)
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