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Vanzeir in Extra Time: "Play with the soles of your shoes as leg guards" |  Jupiler Pro League

Vanzeir in Extra Time: “Play with the soles of your shoes as leg guards” | Jupiler Pro League

After the thirteenth match day, Dante Vanzier visited the studio for extra time. The Revelation Union striker spoke about his and his team’s ambitions and also spoke with other analysts about his relationship with Deniz Undav in The Striker. The wonderful shin guards were also discussed.

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Ittihad won last weekend 0-2 at Ghent Stadium. agree? “We gave up in the first half,” Vanzer admitted. “If it was 5-2, we would have nothing to say.” Vanzer scored the opening goal for his club, again on a pass from Undav. It’s already the German’s sixth pass in Vanzer.

Was this association present from Training 1? “No, not at all. I knew we would be complements, but at the beginning of the season I played on the winger and he as a striker. And after 3 or 4 games we changed the system. And then it became clear that we found each other easily.”

Did they have to talk to Matsu for that? “I already spoke to him about it before I came to Al Ittihad. I think I’m doing better as a second striker, but he still wants me on the wing in a free role. But we had the team for 3-5-2. Then we spoke with the group. Mazu is very open about that.”

We speak English to each other and the language of football.

Dante Vanzier on Undav

And now they are the deadliest duo. “We speak English to each other and the language of football. We also tap around the field and play tricks all the time.”

“Is it important that he rotates well and stays balanced between the two of you, the number of goals and assists?” Vandenbett asks.

“It’s not conscious, but we often laugh about it. If I score, he won’t score in that match and vice versa. And we want to change that.”

Vanzer: “I play with soles as leg guards”

At the beginning of the broadcast, Vanzier also came up with a fact. Plays with the soles of the shoes as leg guards. “Just like a soccer shoe. I have arch supports, so that’s easy. Then I cut them in two.”

“It’s not ideal for protection, but something has to stay. They don’t really check anything. So I don’t really know if it’s allowed or not. It’s very light, you don’t feel it and it doesn’t move.”

“Regular leg pads are also light, but they are a bit plastic or rubber. This sometimes pulls my hair out. These insoles don’t. I put some duct tape around them. In the meantime, it’s just a habit.”

Vanzer is not the only footballer to do this. “I think about 50 percent.”

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