Ajax will pick up the midfielder in the summer of 2019 due to his all-round qualities. But where Alvarez has been developing at lightning speed since his youth, things suddenly seem to go wrong in Amsterdam. He is expected to be ready and running straight away, but the still young Alvarez is struggling to adapt. He never worried himself. “I always knew I could handle the level,” he told reporter Dirk Lotgerink in ELF Voetbal No. 3, which was published this week and via this link Convenient and easy to order online. Within two to three working days at home.
“I’ve already seen in training and after several matches I can meet her at this level.” But despite this self-confidence, it turned out to be more difficult than expected. The reason why Alvarez couldn’t land right away and thus didn’t raise his playing to the usual height, has nothing to do with the sport. “People may forget sometimes, but in life, family is always the most important thing,” he explains.
“More important than playing football or something as simple as winning.” In Mexican culture, family is number one, two and three. “I miss my friend Sophia and my daughter Valentina a lot,” he says seriously. Dutch law prevented his partner and daughter from coming. Sophia was not yet 21 and my daughter had just been born. The temporary solution has been found temporarily in the UK. “They were allowed into England, so they were there in London in a hotel so I could visit them as soon as I had a day off or more.”
Alvarez talks about his family reunion moment in Amsterdam. On the problems that came with it, his youth in Mexico City, adapting to a new country, developing a new way of playing, the minimum number of goals scored this season, the collaboration and friendship with Lisandro Martinez, being at the forefront in the help of his teammates, the important freedom factor that tests him In the Netherlands, tours, the dog Rollo, the Mexican national team and its future. Are the rumors true?
The full interview with Edson Álvarez can be read in ELF Football Edition 3, released this week. It also includes interviews with AZ No. 10 Danny de Wit, Denzel Dumfries, and Nikolai Baden Frederiksen. We spoke extensively with former PSV Eindhoven player DaMarcus Beasley about the new club he founded and other things, we visited four Dutch players from OFI Crete, played with De Slimste Mens … Ben Reynstra of Fortuna Sittard sat around the table with the former and Heerenveen striker Georgios Samaras walked out Dog with Gerrit Knuber, Go Ahead Eagles player and much more.
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