"Il n'y a rien de pire qu'une grosse blessure" — PSG / Neymar

08 Avril, 2020, 14:23 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Dans une longue interview à Vogue Man Arabia Neymar parle notamment de son rapport avec les blessures

Depuis son arrivée à Paris en 2017, Neymar a contracté des blessures à répétitions. "Il n'y a rien de pire pour un athlète professionnel qu'une blessure", a déclaré Neymar à Vogue Arabia". J'ai vraiment souffert à cause des blessures pendant les deux dernières saisons et je me suis souvent remis en question. La moitié du succès d'un athlète est l'esprit. "Si le moral va bien, le jeu devient naturellement plus fluide".

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" Sa mort m'a beaucoup affecté, car nos vies avaient beaucoup de points communs", a expliqué Neymar". Surtout qu'il a eu des blessures longues qui sont tombées à de très mauvais moments. Cette année, malgré une grosse frayeur avant d'aller à Dortmund, Neymar avait tout de même retrouvé ses qualités pour le match retour, jouant un rôle décisif dans la qualification pour les quarts de finale de C1. Moment auquel Paris a été éliminé, de quoi ajouter une belle dose de frustration. Mais aussi sans doute un peu de manque de sérieux.



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