Valery, Girona’s phoenix, celebrates his first double

Valery, Girona’s phoenix, celebrates his first double

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There are players who are haunted by a specific date throughout their entire sports career. And it seems that January 16 is a day when Valery always smiles. Just two years ago, in the Wanda Metropolitano against Atlético de Madrid he signed his first goal as a professional player with Girona and yesterday he made his first double. It was, also in the Cup, against Cádiz (2-0) and served for the rojiblancos to access the round of 16: “It was a very special day, January 16 is magical. Also, I am happy for the victory. We managed to qualify against a great team, Cádiz, which we must not forget is First Class. We knew it would make things difficult for us, but we did a great job. The team was very serious in all facets of the game and it is to be happy, proud“.

Valery, who both last season and the current one has suffered an ordeal with injuries, has re-emerged, is perfectly recovered, and the Cup duel against Cádiz should help him gain even more confidence and make Francisco see that he deserves minutes in the league. They are not his first goals this season because in the league, against Zaragoza, he scored and added three: “They can help me continue to grow as a player because this gives you a lot of confidence. I want to have filming and importance within the team. I thank the coach and the teammates for their confidence and to continue, there is no other choice“, said the end of L’Escala. Against Cádiz he was the great protagonist, but in the previous game he already accumulated good feelings. Moments before appearing on the pitch he remembered his goal from two years ago in the Cup against Atlético and “it is an important anecdote and I discussed it with colleagues and the medical staff. We did the joke to see if he made a sweet treat and imagine, I made two. Hopefully many more will come “.

But beyond Valery’s double, Girona is finding a great springboard in the Cup. He has accumulated four days without winning in the League and hopes that these joys will help them redirect the course and give them momentum in the fight for the playoff: “Winning gives you a lot of confidence and more in the way we play, both in possession and in arrival. There was determination, desire and hunger. The team works well, the dynamics are good and the people are committed. There is a good group cohesion. Now it’s your turn to think about the League and hopefully good times come. The dressing room wants to continue growing and adding. Go for it all, “concluded Valery.

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