Romell Quioto is a real competitor. He started with the end of the 2020 season, starting with scoring and showing this to the 2021 season.
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The 29-year-old Honduran maintained his momentum, moving the strings eight times in 19 games last season, adding six assists.
By the way, he won the title of club’s outstanding player. It must be said that he has no real objections. It was an impressive comeback when we learned that he left Houston to be eliminated.
“It’s always a good thing to be able to start a season with a goal. “All players like it because it helps build confidence. Quioto said through an interpreter on Thursday.
If he returns to his good season, he doesn’t want to focus on his achievements
“In 2020, my season performance is very good, and the statistics are also very good. In general, we achieved our goal of entering the playoffs, and this is what I remember.”
And because he doesn’t seem to be the kind of player who is satisfied with what he has, he set the threshold for 2021 even higher.
“This year’s goal is to maintain the same quality of competition and strive to exceed last year’s statistics.”
Last year, he was the club’s main offensive catalyst, taking part in 14 goals, twice that of the closest suitor, Maxi Urruti.
Something has changed since then, as Mason Toye seems to have found motivation, and Bjørn Johnsen and Djordje Mihailovic have also joined the team.