Sevilla striker Luuk de Jong spend these days of confinement in his hispanic house and attended Voetbal International to tell him about his first months in Nervión and also from the coronavirus pandemic that has arrested in Spain and a good part of the world: “It was logical that the whole country should stop to stop the spread of the virus. I’m not scaredWe footballers are in shape and we will hardly succumb to this, but I am surprised at the impact it is having. Great places they become in ghost towns, empty supermarkets, social life does not exist … This is something that normally it happened in the movies, but now he’s in the middle of all of us. “ “When you saw the outbreak in China you said to yourself: this will happen. No one had thought a few months ago could happen here, with all the consequences and the measures that have been taken. Now you lend more attention to your hygiene, you wash your hands more frequently, but you would also like to do it in the best possible way: enjoying training and playing soccer. But that is no longer possible, “adds De Jong. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 19, 2020 Although during some phases of the season have increased criticism against him, Luuk de Jong feels satisfied with their performance during the first months at Sevilla, especially since it is not just about scoring goals. “I grew up enormously as a footballer during my years at PSV. Monchi and the technicians They brought me for a reason and I think it has worked well. I am a Forward, but also I’m proud ofand contribute to our goal is at zero. “ And talk about previous derby, in which he marked: “Here we have the passion and the poison of South of Europe. In the Netherlands We don’t know what it’s like for two big clubs in a city to play against each other. There is people who tell me that will always be grateful for having scored in the derby against Betis. Doing so much of the victory I think I have already written a bit of history here. “The Ram praises the way of Seville life, at least the one before the coronavirus confined people: “There really is no nothing to complain about In this city. We have a good squad, we do things together. There is great food, the atmosphere is very relaxed. The city is beautiful and full of restaurants. I chose the club for its ambition and its history, but the good life in Seville was an extra. Normally people live on the street, It’s very funny. And the weather is wonderful, now it’s about 25 degrees and the sun almost always shines. “
Quite the honest, blunt answer from the soon-to-be second-year Cardinal. Mathieu’s reply seems to acknowledge that’s he has come a long way, but that his work is not yet finished. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The user, who calls himself Chris, was either trying to poke fun at “The Honey Badger’s” past reputation, or perhaps he was just saying Gordon could learn from Mathieu’s rehabilitation.Either way, the Cardinals defensive back apparently looks at when he is tagged in a Twitter post, because he directly replied back the following.“@Cryan215: Josh Gordon needs to start hanging out with @Mathieu_Era” oh no , I am still in recovery my self— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) July 7, 2014 Former NFL star Deion Sanders noticed Mathieu’s response, as he tweeted a bit of affirmation to the Cardinals safety.@Mathieu_Era lolol. You’re a fool man. That’s hilarious. I pray all is well my man. Truth— DeionSanders (@DeionSanders) July 7, 2014 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments Share Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories USA Today says that the Browns drafted Gordon in 2012 knowing he had drug issues in college at Baylor and Utah. He served a two-game drug-related suspension at the beginning of the 2013 season, and before being arrested Saturday, was already facing a ban of at least one year under the league’s drug policy, although the receiver has appealed the ruling.After news of Gordon’s arrest started trickling in, the 23-year-old receiver began trending on Twitter. One user of the social media site mentioned Gordon and Mathieu together in a single tweet.Josh Gordon needs to start hanging out with @Mathieu_Era— Chris (@Cryan215) July 7, 2014 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Tyrann Mathieu knows about off-the-field struggles. Fortunately for the Arizona Cardinals, the LSU product appears to have put those issues behind him, having not been a distraction since the entered the NFL as a third-round draftee in 2013.Someone who is struggling from similar issues that used to plague Mathieu is Josh Gordon of the Cleveland Browns. The NFL’s leading receiver in 2013 was pulled over for speeding over the weekend and subsequently arrested for DWI.