Pol García hopes to execute the lessons he had when practicing alongside players like Carles Puyol
Pol García, the Barcelona youth squad who will play with FC Juárez for this Guard1anes 2021, was presented as a reinforcement of the border team. The Spanish player trained at La Masía, made it clear that despite having acquired extensive experience in Europe and training with various figures such as Carles Puyol, he does not come to Liga MX for a walk.
“What I can assure you is that I am not coming on vacation. I am not so far from my family or my girlfriend right now to come to sunbathe or anything. I come to work, to make myself available to the coach and my teammates and to try to be the best here. It is clear that my dream since I was little was to play in one of the great leagues in Europe and it has been a great change for me to accept this challenge and I am very excited to be the best. “
Pol García defined himself as an aggressive player, a quality that was developed in the entrails of the Catalan club thanks to players like Carles Puyol.
“I left Barça where they teach you to play from behind they teach you to play on the ground, and then there was Puyol where they gave me an impressive lesson in defensive tactics and learn a little from all of them.”
Likewise, the defender said he knew about Mexican soccer thanks to characters like Pep Guardiola and Paco Jemez, who were in the national environment during some tournaments.
“Historically, great players and the most important have come from Spain. When I was little Josep Guardiola was in Dorados, Paco Jemez directed here and we followed the football a lot. Of the great teams I followed some interesting game and above all, when I found out about the interest, I got observe the games and analyze the competitors. “