Long and interesting interview due to Brandby Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas. A really important career for the Spaniard who has experienced the changes in the world of football firsthand.
the changes – Analyzing the diversity and evolution of the ball system, the footballer born in 1987 said: “Football has changed a lot, really a lot. I think the change started four or five years ago, and now it’s quite clear. It’s all over the coaches. And some things have happened to me not with one. Or two but with four or five,” he began Fabregas. He then explained himself better, adding: “These are methodologies that are based on many mechanisms, where the coach basically tells you how far you have to pass the ball at all times. The player has to be positioned in a certain place. A robotic toy was born. Then there is the GPS game. Many coaches are obsessed with numbers. If you don’t make these numbers then you are not ready to play and if you are comfortable you have to make certain numbers to keep level. In that sense, I’m a bit of an “old school” at times. I’ve had great moments, great phases of my career, physically and emotionally, without training, I’ve had great seasons. Now, however, it seems that if you don’t train a certain way, you won’t feel good. It all depends on science, numbers and GPS“.
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