Sergio Suarez, the Canarian magic of a Port FC that aspires to everything

first_imgThe Khlong Toe district, located in the center of Bangkok, finally returns to enjoy elite football. His team, Port FC, ended a decade without titles last year. He won the FA Cup and won a ticket for the previous phase of the Asian Champions League thanks, in part, to the great performances of one of the Spanish footballers of his squad, Sergio Suarez (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1987). The former UD Las Palmas lives “one of the best moments” of his career in Thailand: “I am happy. Here I have felt valued and respected from the first moment. Foreigners are required much more than the rest, but I’m comfortable and I hope to be able to extend this moment as much as possible. “Suarez arrived in Thailand in 2014, although it was not until January 2017 when he signed for a Port with which he already has scored 38 goals in the Thai League, winning two bronze medals in 2018 and 2019. And to the joy of Khlong Toe, his great form continues in 2020: it only took five minutes to score his first goal of the season in the league: “After the president If you have invested a lot of money in signings, the goal remains the same: to be among the top three, they put us in a cane to be champions and that is our main goal, but I I prefer to go game by game“. Conquering the Thai League is now the big goal of the club. More if possible after falling eliminated in the previous phase of the Asian Champions League. “It was a failure“, Suarez values,” but we knew that entering the group stage was going to be very difficult. “” If we had sold to Ceres we should have gone to Japan later, and the level there is very high, “completes the Spaniard, who highlights the positive side of the experience: “The fans were very unhappy, but We got the team to play Champions almost 10 years later. Now it’s time to focus on the league and achieve the goal of being champions. “The great moment of Sergio Suárez in Thailand caught the attention of several Southeast Asian teams, but “Port values ​​me a lot and it would have been difficult to leave “. With 33 years old, the Canary, who has just signed this year, does not deny that the withdrawal is getting closer and closer: “You always doubt if the body will maintain the physical level. That is why it is best to enjoy day to day , because you never know when everything is going to end. I will try to maximize my good moment in Thailand because I am enjoying myself so much. ” He will do it with his partner and friend David Rochela, “a crack as a person and huge as a footballer. It brings seriousness and discipline, something that is scarce in Thailand.”last_img

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