December 9, 2022

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“Goals? Back to the Champions League. I might have played with Canada but I’m Italian.”


Brian Christian He spoke on the microphones Sport Week Giving an interview to T insert Gazzetta dello Sport. A midfielder Rome And National He spoke to the Giallorossi about his dreams and goals and admitted to having another nationality in addition to his Italian citizenship. Here are his statements.

Christian’s words

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Paulo Dybala and Bryan Cristante – Photo by Antonio Fraioli

“My father was born in Canada, but my family is an Italian family. I would like to say that I have a double passport. I was searched several times by the Canadian coach before my first call with Italy. I was twenty years old, but I never thought seriously about it, because at that time the situation was very different. . I’m Italian, I have no doubt. I’ve only been to Canada once. My grandfather’s brothers stayed in Toronto. There were many Friulians who emigrated in those days”.

Have you ever felt undervalued?
“No, I did the path that all little kids do. I would repeat the experience abroad, which helped me grow from all perspectives.

Do you know how to speak Portuguese?
“Yes. I was able to train in Rome with Fonseca, Pinto and Mourinho. But Mou speaks Italian better than I speak Portuguese.

Trigoria is said to be the smartest football player on the team. Could this be a problem at times?
“I can’t say I’m smart, but being aware of things, how to behave and how to move through all situations is definitely an extra help.”

Other trophies after the conference?

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“That’s the goal. Something changes. With the coach and the club, a different desire is felt, and concrete. Mourinho has brought his will to win, he knows how to do it and he is passing it on to us. Is talk of the Scudetto overblown? The goal is to return to the Champions League. We are a strong team. We have a coach who knows how to win and that should be our goal. We just have to take things in stride and continue to grow along the way.”

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