Roger Martinez announces current affairs in America from Mexico and the Solari effect | Colombians are abroad
After living in a real football hell, Roger Martinez is starting to regain his best form. The Colombian striker for Mexican American Soccer has admitted that Argentine coach Santiago Solari has played a major role in football’s recovery as he is giving him opportunities he has never had before.
“When the training apparatus is changed, there are opportunities for all players,” he said in a press conference. “Internal competition rises from training sessions to matches, and this is what this club needs, a lot of demand.”
Martinez, who played the 2016 and 2019 Copa America with his country, signed for America in 2018 from Villarreal, Spain, however, he announced in 2019 that his intention was to leave Mexico, a situation that marginalizes him from Miguel Herrera’s squad. Former Eagles Strategist.
Since Solari’s arrival at the current Clausura 2021, Martinez has gone from being on sale to being one of the team’s goalscorers by adding two goals in the 268 minutes he played. Cartagena added, “I dedicated myself to work and strive, and did my best in training. I knew that they would give me the opportunity.”
The 26-year-old striker confirmed that he is not currently considering leaving America for Europe because his goal is to establish himself in the Eagles, the team that has won the most titles in Mexico with 13 titles.
“I don’t have my head in Europe. I never said I wanted to leave because it was bad. It’s the biggest club in Mexico and one of the biggest clubs in America. Any footballer wants to be here. I have gone here to help my teammates and my team, to be the fans.” Happy, my head is here. “