Andre Ayew, New Al Sadd signing has come out to say that he is pleased to play under Barcelona legend, Xavi Hernandez. He recently revealed that he is super happy to be a proud member of such a great club with several titles.
According to him, his goal henceforth is to win lots of titles, make the fans happy and try as hard as possible to win the Asian Champions League.
He added that Xavi was clearly a monster of a footballer when he played in Spain, so he deserves respect.
His words, “I am very happy and proud to be a member and player of Al Sadd Club with many titles,”
“My goal is to win titles, make the fans happy, and strive hard and try to win the Asian Champions League.”
“The coach of the team, Xavi, was a great player and played for a long time with the biggest and best clubs in the world in Barcelona, and he is now a coach for the best Gulf clubs after playing with the team for five years.”
“I follow the Al Sadd team and watched the development that took place in the team’s performance in terms of exciting football. The position of the players and the good tactics in which the team plays, and I expect to learn a lot from him [Xavi] during my time with him.”
“Certainly there are wonderful memories that I got from my father during his time with Al-Sadd in the past,”
“He told me a lot about Al-Sadd and Qatar, and he helped me make the right decision to play for Al-Sadd. Al Sadd are the reigning Qatari champions and are set to play in the Asian Champions League.”
“I know [Algeria striker] Baghdad Bounedjah, who I played against in Africa, as well as Akram Afif, Hassan Al Haidos and Saad Al Dosari, I know them well with the Qatari national team, and the Spanish [midfielder] Santi Carzola during his playing in the English Premier League.”
“I hope to be a great supporter of them in the upcoming events.”
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