Current striker, captain and coach of Antalyaspor, Samuel Eto'o turns 35 today. On this special day, the class of '81 Nkon remembers the beginnings to Real Madrid, a period in which he also had to fight some, serious prejudice.

The words of the former Barcelona and Inter: "I was not quiet. When I was 16 and I was in the cantera nobody respected me. My comrades, even, I do not even greeted. They treated me like I was the last to arrive, despite the many goals I marked it. The only people who have always believed in me and were Capello Galbiati, who gave me the opportunity to train in the first team. I will thank them both for ever. I threw the blood for them, but I was hungry for fame, money, goals. .. I wanted to be somebody. I never wanted to go away from Madrid, but in the company I wanted to. I'll never understand the real reason. I have always done well, the only explanation is that perhaps the black men in that clubs were not loved. "

Sezione: Ex nerazzurri / Data: Thu 10 March 2016 alle 10:44 / article read 19232 times
Autore: Francesco Fontana / Twitter: @fontafrancesco1