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FC Barcelona: Pedri: “Some clubs are satisfied with winning, however they do it”

Pedrimidfielder of F.C. Barcelonahas granted an interview to the newspaper ‘The Guardian’ in which he declared that “some clubs are satisfied with winning, however they do it. Barcelona wants to win, but with the idea of ​​playing the ball and creating chances. I like this football better”.

If I wasn’t in the Bara, I would suffer more to play my game

Pedri to Sid Lowe at The Guardian

The journalist Sid Lowe asked Pedro if Barcelona is the right place for him, taking into account his style of play, and the one from Tegueste (Tenerife) is clear: “I would try to play my game wherever I was, but it is true that I would suffer more elsewhere.”

What does Xavi Hernndez ask Pedri?

“Xavi has a very clear idea, a model: he is very clear about what we each have to do. The interiors have to be between the lines and the ball has to move from one side to the other. “The insiders have to keep our position. If you stay out of position, then when you lose the ball you can’t press the way you need to: you won’t get there. He also wants the insiders to turn, facing the opposite goal,” he explained. Pedri in the British newspaper about Xavi Hernndez’s style at FC Barcelona and what he demands of him in the game.

The things that Xavi did when he played he tries to instill in us

Pedri to Sid Lowe at The Guardian

Pedri, Andrs Iniesta fan: “I was amazed”

Pedri spoke to Sid Lowe about Andrs Iniesta, one of his idols: “Iniesta always seemed to be a good person. And he had that calmness to play with simplicity, to make it easier than it is. someone with a gear change always amazed me.”

Inesta had that calm to play with simplicity, to make it easier than it is

Pedri

Asked Sid Lowe: “Football is becoming more robotic”

Pedri, who tries to escape praise, “you can end up believing it”, continues to bet on naturalness and improvisation in football, although he admits that “recently I think there has been a shift towards the player who runs more than the player who he is technical, who understands the game. Football is becoming more robotic but there are still those who break that rule”.

“I still play to have fun. I always do and that’s the best thing a footballer can do. If you’re enjoying it, you’re going to play much better,” said the Canarian.

Pedri in ‘The Guardian’: “I love to play, but it’s good to rest”

Pedri, who played 73 games in the 2020-2021 season and paid for it by playing only 12 league games in the 2021-2022 season, acknowledged that “I love to play, but it’s good to rest. It was crazy and it seemed that all the games were going to end too.” overtime. Every time it happened I thought: “This can’t be…” It all happened very quickly, but at the end of the season I was very tired”.

Everything happened very fast, but at the end of the season I was very tired

Pedri

Pedri works hard on vacation and in the heat wave

Pedri is crushing himself in the middle of a heat wave to return as soon as possible

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