Borja Valero: “Karamoh Has The Right Attitude”
Inter’s Spanish midfielder Borja Valero gave an interview to Italian media outlet Ansa, where he talked about the upcoming fixture in the Serie A tomorrow night at 20.45 CET against Genoa at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in the Marassi district of the city.
The former Fiorentina midfielder began by underlining that in order to win against Genoa “Inter have to play with a great will to do well. We finally returned to the winning path and now it is time to do that again. It is a difficult stadium to play at, especially for me, I have always had difficulties winning there. When you do not win for a while you start to see ghosts.
“But now that we have gotten a win we hope to be able to continue like this. But we are not defined by a series of disappointing results and only one win” Valero stated before being asked what he thinks about is new role on the pitch to which he replied: “I have more ball contacts which I like, it is a lot of fun.”
Valero then continued to talk about Yann Karamoh, who broke through after the stunning goal against Bologna: “He is 19 years old and scored the winning goal against Bologna. His strength at the moment is that he does not feel the pressure, an attitude that gave him the right approach.”
Valero was then asked about his thoughts on how social media is used by some players stating that “I think it would be a good thing to get an education about how to use the social media, especially when you are young. Social media is an extremely strong instrument that at the same time is complex and there are a lot of people that do not know how to use it properly because they do not have the right education for doing that.”
The interview ended with the eternal question of Inter’s path to the Champions League: “When you get such a start like we did, you see the objective. We will fight until the end. The tough games will come no matter what, but those that were the easiest on paper became the hardest and vice versa. The important thing is to not have more anxiety than we already have.”