In his eighth isolated country, Diego has another major challenge ahead of his career. Now in Qatar, the attacker is once again trying to make a brilliant pass. The striker scored 12 goals in 20 matches, for India’s Odisha FC, the club he played in the previous season. In this scenario, the player talks about what the difference can be and collects great tickets playing outside Brazil.
– I think this is the time when I am playing abroad. It’s been almost 9 years now, so I’ve gone through different cultures and I can understand what people who are not from our culture think. It helps me a lot in training, sports and day to day, so every year things are going well for me – commented.
On and off the pitch, every country has its own customs and cultures, with so many variations that they have encountered in their careers, Diego comments on the difficulties and if his experience today would help him adapt better and faster. does.
The biggest difficulty is being away from family, friends, our culture, time apart from ourselves. But this time, with the time abroad and the experience I have, it gets a little easier, I can manage better than when I was younger – he concluded.