The former Villarreal player had an exclusive conversation with MARCA from Egypt, where he is currently training Pyramid Football Club.
Rodolfo’El Vasco’Arruabarrena (Marcos Paz, Buenos Aires, 1975) He played for Villarreal between 2000 and 2007. He won at Boca and became a coach, and now he is in Egypt.
problem. Why did you go to Egypt to train?
Reply.After I set off from Boca [campeón de Liga y de Copa allí como entrenador] I want to spare time, so that’s why I went to Emirates in the first place, and Emirates is already my second country. Everything is going well for me. The owner of the pyramid is an Emirati, and they brought me to Egypt, a passionate football country.
Q: You recently participated in the UEFA Champions League in Tanzania. How is the football there?
R. Although there are many tactical mistakes, they are all very physical back and forth games. This is what we are trying to take advantage of.
Q: How about the Egyptian League?
R. There are many holding hands on the entire site, the area is not marked, and there is very little circulation in the center of the site. At this level, it is a competitive alliance.
P. Do you miss your time in Spain?
Answer: So many that my family lives there. My wife and young children are in Villarreal and the two eldest children are already studying at the University of Madrid. I know the club, and I have my friends. I hope it will continue to grow like it does now.
Q: What is your best memory of Villarreal?
R. I scored against Inter Milan in the Champions League quarter-finals (2006). They had a very good time in a club with a very clear idea.