Salisu, sincere: "Everything is going very fast"

Two seasons ago he played on dirt fields in Africa, he came to the youth of Pucelano, he spent the last campaign for the Promises and in this he has played all three games as a starter.


One of the revelations of the league in these first three days and in Real Valladolid is called Mohammed Salisu. The Ghanaian entered the eleven in the first match against Betis and has no longer lost the position. This morning he appeared before the press to tell his impressions and began by saying that "I am very happy to be part of the first team. 222222 Life has changed me quickly, in just one month I played three games in First and I did not expect it", remembering that "in two years I have gone from the youth to play three games in First" and acknowledged that "everything is going very fast, last year I was part of the first team, but I played with the second and this year everything goes fast", highlighting that for him, his best game was last year's Cup against Getafe in Zorrilla. 444444

The central said that "although it sounded to come out in summer, I am delighted to be part of the first team and I am grateful to the club for the opportunity he has given me, "on the differences between playing in Second B with the subsidiary and doing so now with the first team, he said:" In First all players are very good, especially with the bola "and confessed that the coach, Sergio González, tells him that" I am doing well, but that I have to stay focused all the time and that I have to improve with the ball little by little ".

The 20-year-old African footballer played his second professional game at the Bernabéu and he recognized that "it was a great opportunity for me in that game, I was prepared, mentalized to be in this match" while he declared that he learned from the penalty play before Levante: "There was no need entered the player on that play, had to have waited, calm and wait for the player to control. I know that on that play I should have waited and not try to hit "and thanked Kiko Olivas for helping to face the matches:" He is helping me a lot to improve, he has more experience and I look at what he does to take things good ".

Salisu denied having made an interview in Ghana that has created some controversy because of the phrases that are put in his mouth:" I got up on the day of the Levant party, I saw the interview that, supposedly, I had given in Ghana and I called Mario (director of communication) to clarify that I did not give any interview to anyone, "he said he is not in a hurry to get to the national team:" I concentrate on doing well at Real Valladolid and if the call arrives then I already know you will see, but I focus on going step by step "and ended up stating that" Valladolid was the team that opted for me and I would like to stay here for more years. "



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