Nico Williams told not to play in Ghana. The legend’s minor confirmed last night at Cope Chain who received a proposal to wear a Black Stars shirt (Las Estrellas Negras) as he does Inaki, but he preferred Spain after becoming one of the fixtures of the Sub-21. “Yes, the opportunity came to me from Ghana, but my brother and I took different paths. Everyone has to make their decisions and mark their future”, said the Athletic player last night in the program ‘The Match’.
The winger understands the path the battering ram is taking now. “When he told me and I found out the reason, I was moved and supported him. He is my big brother and he always does everything for me. I will support him in this adventure”, he added. The reason was to defend the color of the country of origin of his parents and his entire family.
“Dream for both of us to go to a World Cup, sharing those moments is special. In addition, each other’s spiciness adds to a selection. It is a source of pride for the family,” he added.
Nico He lives in moments of sports happiness both in Athletic and in the national team. This was done in the starting position in the group of Valverde and he is already in a World Cup after his Red debut on September 24. Within a few months his life changed. His good performance in the final matches of the Nations League allowed him to enter the list of Luis Enrique for the appointment in Qatar which starts this coming Sunday. “It’s true that things went very fast for me both in Athletic and in the national team. I didn’t expect it to be like this, now I’m in a World Cup and I hope to do well. Inaki He is very proud that I am here, he told me that he is a player who works, he instilled in me values that I do not have,” he said from Las Rozas, where the team is concentrated.
Athletic’s ’11’ said that a player’s greatest wish is to succeed at San Mamés “although you can’t play the World Cup every day” and confirmed that the coach who has marked him the most is Joseba Etxeberriawhere he was outstanding at Bilbao Athletic.
Source: La Verdad
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