Well marks the path of the new Sevilla quarry

He played everything in this Europa League and points to eleven today. "I will play where Lopetegui decides," affects his ability to play side or attacker.


Alejandro Pozo is only 20 years old and looks like a veteran on a Sevilla expedition with more youth players than usual. He is actually one of them. But his weight in the current Julen Lopetegui team is almost giant: he played the ninety minutes of all the clashes so far in Europa League and points back to the starting team today against the Dudelange. "I am happy with the coach's confidence and I want to continue having minutes on the team," said the player before leaving for Luxembourg. "It's a pride", affects the reality of being a youth player with a leading role in this Sevilla.

The current role of Pozo in this Sevilla was not simple. He returned from an assignment in Granada that gave him a lot and had to convince Julen Lopetegui that he could have a place on the campus. He pulled versatility and executed an optimal version as a right-back in the preseason to ensure that any absence of Jesus Navas in this demarcation could have a solution. He smiles when asked about his position: "I want to play and I like to do it where the coach decides." The coach opted for that route and every minute of this campaign certifies that the choice was correct. The defensive lane is not its natural position, but that of Huévar outlines a role that is reflected in his numbers of the present course.

His participation in Europe does not resemble that he has in the League. He participated in three championship duels as an option from the bench and does not throw in the towel to add more minutes there too. Pablo Blanco, coordinator of the Sevilla quarry, is clear: "It is meritorious because it is not easy for a youth player to make a place in the first team of a club with this great level." In this sense, it also emphasizes the difficulty of having adapted so quickly to the side position when the occasion requires it: "It will take more defensive learning, but its virtues allow it to also perform at a good level in this demarcation." Two pieces of the current subsidiary want to continue their way today and have minutes in Europe: Central Amo and attacker Mena want their chance. And there is no better mirror than that of Pozo.



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