Vitoria began training in Troia, and the end of the session allowed them to get to know Gui better, a young man whom Pepa promoted to these jobs before the season, thus lurking a place in the occupied fleet. The average young man, 19 years old, who had lived and breathed Vittoria since he was 10, focused on the initial impact of the opportunity presented to him.
“In the early days there was a little bit of anxiety, it’s my first time in the A-Team. But Vitoria has a strong group, I’m focused on work and I want to take this opportunity with all my might. The focus was more on the physical side, but we really worked on the tactical part. The coach is new and we have to absorb some ideas. We will continue to work,” via Gui, who renewed his contract until 2025 last May, protected by an impressive 50 million euros.
It is another hope born in the castle for a midfield, among the many desires that develop in the image and likeness of Andre Almeida, the number now at the top of the Victorian side and already placed in the orbit of FC Porto. Mostly used on the Vitoria U-23 team last season, but ended up getting him back to the B-team in the Portuguese Championship, Gui grew a lot in two different competitive fields and was rewarded by Hulk and Pepa, looking for more wins at Troia, in a fight that is supposed to Light up the basic options. The midfielder showed enthusiasm in this fight, but he has already shown signs of maturity: “I think we are at a very early stage of preparation, there is a lot of work and a lot to climb. I don’t want to create expectations, we have to work. We want all the best for us, and it will just depend. Ali. Competitiveness is a healthy thing. You have to take advantage of it.”
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