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Charles De Cutilleri talks about the (botched) traffic at Milan and makes some very strong statements about Vermeeren and Atletico Madrid - Football News

Charles De Cutilleri talks about the (botched) traffic at Milan and makes some very strong statements about Vermeeren and Atletico Madrid – Football News

Charles De Ketelaere has made it to the entire Italian surface this season. However, the Red Devil has no regrets about choosing Milan in 2022 at the expense of other interested clubs. He explains this very transparently.

“I learned a lot from that bad year in Milan,” says Charles de Kettler directly. latest news. “It helped me take certain steps. I'm happy with where I am now, but I'm convinced that this bad season will help me in the future.”

“You learn a lot from a good season,” continues the 23-year-old midfielder and striker. “But you learn a lot from a bad season. There are fewer doubts in your head when things are going well. When your performance is less good, you start thinking more. You try to work on things. That doesn't happen when things are going well.”


In Dutch: De Ketelari learned what his weaknesses were last season. “Anyway! And you automatically start thinking about how to improve things. I did. I became physically stronger and now it is very difficult for the opponent to knock me off the ball.”

Arthur Vermeeren also recently admitted that his move from Antwerp to Atletico Madrid was really big. “I don't know,” De Ketelaere agrees immediately. “It's easy to say that now, but I think you will improve over time. In my opinion, such a move is not necessarily so big.”

Did Arthur Vermeeren make the same mistake as Charles de Ketelier?

“Maybe it was just my qualities that did not suit a team like Milan,” asks the 14-time Red Devil in conclusion. “I'm sure it's possible to move from a big Belgian club to a club like Milan or Atletico and become an important player there. I took a different path.”

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