One of the names Fluminense In qualifying for the Conmebol Libertadores final, John Kennedy took part in the Seleção Sportive match on Friday and talked about the turnaround against Internacional in Beira Rio. Frankly, the striker stated that he entered the field calmly knowing that Flo would turn the game around.
JFK says he’s sure Fluminense will turn around: ‘It was very quiet’
– I was very calm and very focused on us being on the bench to come in or continue to develop the team or improve the team or change the game. I was happy, I was able to help the team turn the game around, and the team was also very clear that they would be able to turn the game around, they were very calm about it, and the bench was there for that. To always try to change the game, try to come in and help the team.
John Kennedy shines again in the knockout stage of the CONMEBOL Libertadores
John Kennedy also responded to the change in behavior off the field. For him, the maturity was reflected in the matches.
– I’ve changed a lot. I’m growing up. I will mature more. I think this change helped a lot on the field as well. It was important. I think it was necessary. And removing that question mark is very good for me, to realize that I’m not that doubt in anyone’s head. I want to develop more and mature more and more to continue playing good football. I’ll show you this beautiful moment from yesterday’s interview.
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Going to the railway at the beginning of the year
– I went to play, as I said, in order to regain my self-confidence, in order to resume football, which I committed to some time ago, and in order to give myself the confidence to return to the field. FluminenseObviously, try to continue the season. I think it was very important for me, and it helped me a lot, and I think that was the beginning of the farming for today, as I see that it was very important that we reap the benefits of this and continue to farm to reap more good fruits.
– It’s like training, going on, and I caught a little bit of his movements, a little bit of the match. Deniz also always asked to watch him (Kano) play more often, so that at some point we can play together. And I did that, I paid attention to his movements, the way he played, the way he positioned himself, so that when we played together, it would not be a mistake, but a success. We managed to get along well. So he helped me in the match, and I was able to help him as well.
Fluminense Boca Juniors will decide the Conmebol Libertadores title in one match, on November 4, at the Maracana Stadium, with no specific time yet. In the event of a tie, the decision goes to extra time, and if the tie continues, penalty kicks are resorted to. But before that, Flo will play matches for Brazil, the first of which is on Sunday, against Botafogo, at 4 pm (Brasilia time), at the Maracana Stadium.
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