Friday, 6 October 2017

Lacazette Said He Wanted To Be A Goalie, But His Mom Stopped Him

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that his footballing career could have been very different if it wasn't for his mother's advice.
The France star says he used to enjoy playing as a goalkeeper, but his mother thought it was too dangerous and told him to play as an attacker instead.
“I did like playing in goal when I was young but my mum wasn't very keen as she thought being a goalie was too dangerous. She said that I either played as a forward or not at all,” he told The Sun.
His mother's advice turned out well: after scoring 37 goals in 45 outings for Lyon last season, he earned a transfer to Arsenal, where he's scored 4 goals in seven Englsih Premier League games so far.

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