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The meetings between footballers and their followers continue to take place through social networks. The last player to star in one of them has been Mikel Merino, member of the first staff of the Real society. This chapter of questions-answers with the Navarrese took place in the club account txuri-urdin.
In this particular meeting of Merino with the fans of Real he had a dose of prominence the madridista Eden Hazard. And is that the Belgian footballer is the player who has had the hardest time defending Mikel. Neither Messi nor any other: Hazard. Why he also discovered it.
“Hazard, the Real Madrid player, is the footballer I have had the hardest time defending since playing in the elite. He is a short player, with short legs and a very strong lower body, he has a lot of mobility and a lot of quality, of course. So for a player like me, who is a little taller, it was more difficult for me to defend him, “explained Mikel Merino.
Although not only did he answer this about the footballer of the Real MadridHe also spoke about his own team: “I am very happy here in San Sebastián, at the club, we have a group of people who are fantastic, and I feel great, I am close to home, I have stability and continuity, which is what all the players need to improve and grow. We will see how everything happens. “
But he also didn’t forget Osasuna, club where he took his first steps as a professional: “I am from Navarra, I was born in Pamplona, and I started playing soccer for my city team, so my other team apart from Real is Osasuna, of course.”
Dreams for the future
“Qualify for the Champions League or win the Copa del Rey? I prefer to win the Cup, because a title is a title, and for me there is nothing that matches it. But there may be other teammates who do not think like me,” he said. a Mikel Merino who revealed that the companions with whom he gets along best are Zaldua Y Remiro “because they have a way of being similar to mine.”
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