Ferran Torres says he’s ‘been through a difficult time’


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But he’s heading to the World Cup in fine condition

Ferran Torres has admitted he’s been by means of a reasonably powerful time at Barcelona, after receiving loads of criticism, however has arrived on the World Cup in fine condition.

The ahead joined Barca from Man City in January for a charge of €55 million however has had one thing of a combined time on the Camp Nou.

Ferran began the season on the bench however has managed to power his manner again into the workforce, scoring 4 objectives in his final 9 video games.

The 22-year-old admits he’s not proof against the criticism he has obtained and has sought assist to cope with current points.

“I get to the World Cup very well. It is true that I have gone through a more difficult time, but I have put myself in the hands of professionals and I am very well,” he mentioned.

“People don’t understand that soccer is a sport by which you might be subjected to loads of stress and loads of criticism and you need to know tips on how to deal with it. I arrive very nicely bodily and mentally.

“People think that it is easy, that we are all machines or robots. We are under a lot of pressure, a lot of criticism, from the public, because everyone has an opinion, and there are professionals who give you advice and help. And they have helped me a lot.”

Torres additionally spoke about how useful coach Luis Enrique has been to his gamers when they’re going by means of tough occasions.

“I think he is a coach who protects the player a lot, which is appreciated,” he added.

“He has been through a lot, with criticism, and he knows how to handle it and helps us manage it.”

Source | Marca

The Barcelona attacker has a very good file with the nationwide workforce, having scored 13 objectives in 31 appearances, and can be hoping to begin the workforce’s opening sport of the World Cup in opposition to Costa Rica.

Source – www.barcablaugranes.com

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