During his time in the English Premier League, the players from the rival team that made him the toughest, John Terry and Rio Ferdinand, were ready to accept at first. Not suitable for playing in England at all.
Arsenal legend Robert Pires said ex-Chelsea defender John Terry and former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand were: The opponent who made him find the most difficult job playing in the English Premier League.
Piras moved from the Marseille Olympics to Arsenal in 2000, and he has done a superb job, scoring 62 Premier League goals in 189 appearances before. Moving to Villarreal in 2006, in November 2010 he returned to the Premier League with Aston Villa but said goodbye after the 2010-11 season.
The former 46-year-old said: "If it was in the Premier League, it would be John Terry and Rio Ferdinne, games against Chelsea and Manchester United are always difficult. Terry and Ferdinand are also extremely difficult to overcome. And has a very strong body I moved from France to play in the Premier League. It was a difficult time for me. "
“Arsene Wenger told me - football here is not the same. It is very physical. You have to learn - my first game with the team was the match against Sunderland That day I had to be a backup. I remember very well that after 20-25 minutes of kicking, I immediately thought: - Football like this is not for me - Read more: แทงบอลออนไลน์ พนันบอลออนไลน์