Diego Simeone hints that £ 118 million Joao Felix the & # 39; heart and emotion & # 39; was missing that was required at Atletico Madrid amid nine-drought target drought
- Joao Felix signed for Atletico Madrid from Benfica for a club record £ 118 million
- The 20-year-old started well, but has since wrestled in attack for the Spanish side
- He has no goals or assists in 659 minutes of football amid terrible form
- Diego Simeone believes that Felix should fully immerse himself in the culture of the club
Diego Simeone has missed Joao Felix's lack of the & # 39; heart and emotion & # 39; required at Atletico Madrid in the midst of its target drought.
The 20-year-old who signed for a £ 118 million club record in the summer is going through a terrible series of forms.
He did not score or gave an assist for 659 minutes of competitive action, with his last goal ten games ago.
And it seems that Simeone has a hint, etc. that Felix does not fully embrace what it means to be an athletic player.
The manager said: "Every player has a different personality, each player needs a different amount of time to settle.
"We try to make every signing with a lot of Athletic experience heart and emotion because, apart from their talent, they must be dedicated and dedicated. Koke.
& # 39; I am not talking about individuals, but about the way we live the football we have long had in this club. & # 39;
Much was expected of Felix after joining Benfica at the club in the summer.
But he has so far only scored two goals in 15 LaLiga matches with one assist to his name. Diego Costa is currently injured, so for the first time Athletic didn't have enough firepower.
The side of Simeone is preparing for Barcelona in the semifinals of the Spanish Super on Thursday.
& # 39; I enjoyed every minute of it & # 39 ;: Fallon Sherrock greets famous run at PDC World Darts Championship the best experience of her life … and calls for more places for women next year
- Fallon Sherrock made history by winning two games at this year's tournament
- Sherrock became the first women to win the World Championships
Fallon Sherrock wants more opportunities for women in the PDC World Championship and greeted the experience as the best of her life.
The 25-year-old's fairy tale run ended in a 4-2 defeat against Chris Dobey in front of a raucous crowd at Alexandra Palace on Friday, with the 22nd seed forced to use earplugs in an attempt to drown out support for Sherrock .
& # 39; I would like to come back here, this is probably the best experience I have ever had, Sherrock said.Fallon Sherrock is the breakthrough at this year's PDC World ChampionshipsThe 25-year-old became the first female player to win the match at the Alexandra Palace
& I feel so confident there, so c comfortable, the most comfortable I have ever played on stage. I loved every minute.
& # 39; It's the atmosphere, no matter how big it is, for some reason my game is better here. It felt so good. & # 39;
When asked if she would like more places for women next year, she said: & # 39; Yes, of course, because that gives me a little more chance of being eligible, so maybe if there were four or so.Sherrock has also called for more places available for female players next year
& # 39; Two from the UK and Ireland, that gives me more opportunities to qualify. & # 39;
Sherrock became the first woman to win a match at the tournament on December 17 when he defeated Ted Evetts and succeeded him with a shock victory at world number 11 Mensur Suljovic, but insisted that she never felt overwhelmed.
The former mobile hairdresser, who has a five-year autistic son, has been the outbreaker of the championships, but faces a tough challenge if she wants to win a PDC Tour Card and play the full-time tour.Sherrock built a huge following during her three matches at the tournament this year
Sherrock is proud of its place in the history of sport and what could follow for women in darts.
When asked what her best moment of the tournament would be, she said: & Probably when I was writing history, because nobody can take it from me.
& # 39; I definitely started something and when I look back it will be from & # 39; yes, I helped – no matter what happens – I helped achieve that & # 39; and I am so proud of it that I helped the game emerge. & # 39; |