Lazio owned defender Denis Vavro discussed his time with the Biancocelesti and arrival at Spanish side Huesca when speaking to gathered reporters in a press conference earlier today. His words were noted by Italian media outlet La Lazio Siamo Noi.

I played only one game, the coach took me off the registration list and not playing made me nervous. After not being sold to Genoa I was more and more nervous.

I thank Huesca for the opportunity. I wanted to take advantage of it, the goal is to save the team. I will adapt quickly.

In this sense the situation is similar to the one in Italy in terms of physical level and competition, getting into the rhythm, which can take one or two weeks. It doesn’t have to be longer.

He touched on his new teammates and the style of Spanish football.

All the players have quality, good football is played in this league. Most of the teams play a very good game. I like one-touch and two-touch football. It’s a top league!

I fight for the whole 90 minutes, I play short passes, but I can also adapt well to long passes to the striker and I am good in the air. I’m great at playing in the centre, but I can also play on the right.

Finally, Vavro gave some closing thoughts about Serie A in general.

It’s a football where there is more contact, fighting and speed. It seems too tactical to me.


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