February 5, 2023

“Afraid I won’t play football anymore…”; Doctor Tanor scared and live drama with the beginning of Flamingo

Flamingo

A key player in Rubro-Negro’s tactical scheme in recent years he’s been creating exciting confidence for his co-stars

Photography: Alexandre Vidal / Flamengo – Dr. Tannor discovers drama in Flamengo

Flamengo will have the opportunity to make history again in a few days. Rubro Negro will compete in the Club World Cup for the third time in his history and dreams of a symbolic victory over Real Madrid. Gabigol, Arscaita and company are trying to reach a level that only Gil Zico has seen, who still appreciates the path of this group. Despite the impressive stage of the team within each of them, An idol of the current generation has been going through hardships lately.

He’s the left back Felipe Luis, who was sidelined for three months Since his injury in the 2022 Copa Libertadores final. Before entering Ayrton Lucas, who was important in the decision against Atlético-PR, Felipe felt pain in his right hamstring. Now, I’m brought back to the cast, Idol Mingaw He revealed that he experienced drama during his absence from the team. according to him, The career path has been determined.

“I would first like to thank the medical department and the physiotherapists who stayed with me on these vacations working. I even doubted at the time if I would ever play football again. I was really scared, and these guys stayed here with me throughout the hard times. I want to thank you All together. Then I would say that the joy I felt on the field is from a team I spoke to the committee. No one is bigger than the team, no player is bigger than the team. I feel that in this team.”Filipe Luís confessed to FLA TV.

Felipe Luis returned to defend Flamingo In an official match last Saturday (21), in a match that ended 5-0 against Nova Iguacu. The left-back played the full 90 minutes of the game and left the field tired. Reporting to Team Band, which broadcasts the Carioca Tournament on Open TV, Philip celebrates the victory of Rubro Negro, but also the end of his personal fight against injury.

“Very happy, but very tired. Almost three months since the Libertadores, very rare injury. Their rhythm.”said the Flamengo left-back.

Thiago Soares

Tiago Soares, 23, is from Rio de Janeiro and grew up in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Passionate about sports, with a focus on football and major events. Professionally with traffic on websites about tourism, personal finance, communications consulting, and favela journalism. You can follow my sports coverage here on Bolavip and on social networks with user @naredecomthigo.