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The Uruguayan defender Diego Godin did his first practice as a new player Velez Sarsfield and he justified his arrival because “he loves soccer” and has the goal of contributing a lot to it in the Professional Soccer League (LPF) and in the Copa Libertadores de América.

“I come because I love football. I want to be well. I know that I can contribute a lot in Vélez and Vélez can give me a lot. As I said, with desire and with a short- and medium-term goal, which is the World Cup,” commented the former soccer player from Atlético Mineiro in Brazil after training in the Olympic Village of Castelar.

“I want to get to work, get well, get to that moment in the best way, competing in Vélez and helping the team, which is what I want now,” said the 36-year-old defender after his arrival in Argentine football from Atlético Mineiro from Brazil.

“From the physical point of view, she had had a small tendinitis in the patellar, that had been dragging her, which had been causing a lot of trouble. And in the last month I played a match”detailed about the inconveniences he suffered and that they have him in doubt for the first leg of the Libertadores round of 16 against River, next Wednesday 29 in Liniers.

“I had been unemployed in Brazil for about 15 days. I came to the National Team, and played a game too. I come with a lot of desire to get well. Now I will arrive at the club, I will speak with the “Cacique” (DT Alexander Medina) and we will see there. Vélez is going to help me a lot at this point in my career, which is my last war. Now the important thing is the day to day, and being physically well”, pointed out the defender who bets on getting ready to play in Qatar the fourth World Cup of his career for the Uruguayan team.

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Varun Kumar

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