Former Inter Wesley Sneijder – speaking on Fox Sports microphones – talks about his footballing career and some regrets. The Dutchman, who recently hung up his boots (see article), recalls the triumph in the Champions League with the Nerazzurri at the time trained by José Mourinho. Here are his statements
REPLACEMENT – Former Inter Wesley Sneijder retraces his career, not without regrets: « I have to be honest with myself. If I was 100% committed I would have been remembered as a strong player as much as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo . I'm sure. It's not that I couldn't do it, I just didn't feel like it. I preferred to enjoy my career for what it was, both on and off the field. I won everything you could win at the club level, so I have no regrets ».
TRUE TRIUMPH – The speech then slides to the failed Golden Ball in 2010, for which Sneijder does not show resentment: « I am a team player who likes to win with his teammates. Even more beautiful than the Golden Ball that I didn't win that year was the triumph in the Champions League. The individual prize would have been the icing on the cake, but it's enough for me that people think I should have won it . "
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