Barcelona goalkeeper, Marc-Andre ter Stegen has come out to admit that he has no idea about football.
The goalkeeper recently said people laugh when he says it but he really does not watch lots of matches especially when there a great video games around.
According to him, he sometimes has no idea when he is asked for a player’s name and he only remembers when he is showed clips of the footballer.
He added that the coronavirus is making human beings value the things that are very important.
His words, “People laugh when I tell them I have no idea about football,”
“I don’t see a lot of football, except when there are good games or when I’m particularly interested in one because I have a relationship or a friend. Sometimes they ask me for a player’s name and I have no idea.
“In La Liga, for example, it happens to me with names. I don’t know what they are called. But later, when they show me the video, I realise that I know exactly who it is.
“I remember better how they move on the field, how they kick or stand out. It is a bit strange, it happens to me when we analyse opponents.”
On the coronavirus, “It can be analysed from a negative point, because we cannot leave the house, but I don’t see it that way,”
“It’s a circumstance that makes us value much more the things in which we can believe, which are more basic, but which, in the end, are also truly important.
“Regarding work, we are in contact every day with our trainers. It is necessary to maintain the form, although it is not yet known when we will return to play.
“What is normal? It is a very relative concept. I go to the supermarket, I like to walk. I try to be natural, do the things that do me good and be surrounded by the people who know me and who tell me the things I do well and the things I do wrong. My friends are the ones of a lifetime. I believe in the few, but good friends.”