Idol of the current Corinthians squad, Fagner talks about Cássio’s relationship and manner in an interview, and admits to having been saved from “some” by the goalkeeper
Two of the greatest idols in history and the current cast of Corinthians, Fagner It is Cassio has a long-standing partnership, and the side said he has been saved by the goalkeeper a few times. In an interview with ESPN’s “Bola da Vez” program, the Corinthians number 23 explained his relationship with “Gigante”, and talked about him always being decisive.
“I’ve never seen a guy show up in a big game like him. The level of concentration he has is difficult. It’s difficult for the goalkeeper when a ball arrives per game, sometimes the guy hangs up, and he doesn’t, he’s always prepared“, Fagner told in the interview. In addition, the player told about his great relationship with the Corinthians goalkeeper.
“I know it’s ending, I still have a few years left. The most glorious thing for me would be to end my career and have a match with my son. Play with it. If he wants to be a winger, I would like to pass the baton to him, pass the jersey to him…”
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Revealed in the Corinthians youth team in 2006, Fagner claimed to have met Cássio in 2007, and soon after was sold to PSV, from the Netherlands, where he found him in the squad. After that, both went their separate ways until they met again at Timão in 2014, and haven’t been separated since then.
“Cássio is a sensational guy, we met in 2007, then I went to PSV (Eindhoven), and so did he, and then we met again at Corinthians. He has already saved me from some, from taking the penalty, defense. Cássio has a somewhat rough demeanor, in the CT he arrives with his foot in the door, it’s funny“, he completed.
As previously mentioned, both have been at the club together since 2014, where they have already won titles like two Brazilians and a third consecutive championship of the Paulista Championship, in addition to having participated in historic teams, such as the 2015. position, as Cássio won the “Silver Ball” last season.
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