Genoa, Morten Frendrup open-hearted about the future

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Genoa, Morten Frendrup open-hearted about the future

During an interview to the microphones of the "Gazzetta dello Sport", Genoa midfielder Morten Frendrup è unbalanced himself on his possible landing in the Premier League, complicit in the presence of several scouts of English clubs during the challenge with Roma.

"My teammates in the locker room pointed it out to me, so I took it lightly. Playing in Serie A gives a lot of visibility, but I am happy to wear this jersey. The Genoa of today has much more experience, è more united and aware. But there'è a very specific reason. The path of relegation and immediate rise to A è was crucial. That step back last year è was crucial to fully understand our football" began the Danish midfielder.

"I always try to be myself. I do not feel indispensable and I am only interested in helping the team. The tackle only on the surface canò be considered a rough gesture, but in reality; the timing of the intervention matters, it has to be planned well to make sure it is clean. You have to be able to read the game and concentrate to avoid committing a foul" added the 2001 class.

In conclusion Morten Frendrup è expressed himself on his tactical pliability: "As a central midfielder you have to be disciplined on the tactical level, oriented on preventive marking. The halfback has to run more, participating in both phases, box-to-box work. As a fullback, on the other hand, you need to run a lot and be alert in one-on-ones and on crosses".

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