Joaquín: “The Camp Nou is longer than that of Oliver and Benji”

first_imgAlthough the azulgrana is not their preferred stadium after Villamarín: “My favorite field is Betis, of course, but I have always said that I have good memories of the old San Mamés, Cathedral. The Wanda is very modern and beautiful but the Calderón had more flavor. It is the same thing that happens to the new San Mamés, the old one had that old flavor. “ Joaquín spoke of the hat-trick to Athletic a few months ago, which was the first of his career: “When I scored the third I looked up and it was the 20th minute. I wanted him to change me now. It was time, but let’s see how I told them to change me. “ LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of April 15, 2020 Joaquín Sánchez, captain of Betis, chatted on Instagram with the motorcyclist Marc Márquez, multiple World champion. The portuense made some football confessions and left some joke of his: “My idol has always been Luis Figo. Very good uncle. If as a footballer he has been great, as a person he is a phenomenon.”“Don’t see how long a field is. The Camp Nou is longer than that of Oliver and Benji. Impress from below. When you see him in the stands, everything seems to be moving in slow motion, but when you’re downstairs, my goodness, all the spaces are taken up, “added the footballer. He also spoke about motorcycles and his life in confinement: “I gave a motorcycle to my wife and at the first roundabout she lay down, I even had to put my hand up. I walked away and sold it. I said: ‘this woman is going to kill herself’. I have a lot of respect for motorcycles. Series? I don’t know what to see anymore. The Paper House did not hook me, I left it halfway. I’m not from series, it’s true. I’m from movies and to die a little bit in bed. “Finally he referred to his friend Albert Luque, a former striker with whom he agreed in the Spanish National Team: “Albert Luque is a very artist, with a lot of art. I have always told him, ‘you have to have something Andalusian, Catalan on all four sides you cannot be. ‘ In Barcelona there are many people from Andalusia “.last_img