Sevilla FCTOThe Sevilla footballer answers the MARCA test on his particular confinement
Question: How much time do you spend each day doing exercises?
A: A couple of hours or so is what I train at home, following the instructions of the physical trainers so as not to lose shape and be in perfect condition when we have to play.
Q: What about the mobile or the Play?
A: Well, there is time for everything. The mobile, the television, my three daughters who do not stop still … (laughs). Being at home for so long can do many things.
Q: Do you have anything to watch on Netflix, HBO, Prime …?
A: I still have many series to watch and also some movies, of course.
Q: What are you seeing now?
A: Well, right now I’m watching the new episodes of the lite series, which are on Netflix, and the end of Live Without Permission.
Q: Is it more about Pepa, Dora, the Paw Patrol or Pocoy?
A: Clearly, from Dora the Explorer (laughs).
Q: Confess: How many packages of toilet paper do you have accumulated?
A: Well, to pass this quarantine, I confess that my wife bought a paper truck (laughs).
Q: Did you have to take the frying pan? What is your specialty in the kitchen?
A: S that has touched me and quite a lot. Cooking seafood is very good for me, really.
Q: What household chores have been assigned to you?
A: Fundamentally helping the little ones with their studies, which have a lot of homework, every morning.
Q: How many hours do you spend a day wearing your pajama bottoms?
A: Almost all day I am in comfortable clothes to be at home, except when I have to train.
Q: Do you have a pet? If yes, how many times do you take it out? If not, what would you pay to have one right now?
A: I have no pet. I don’t like them very much, honestly.
Q: What do you miss most about being able to go outside the home?
A: Carry out my normal life with my family and friends, train together with my colleagues, the matches …
Q: If you can’t play again until after the summer, what measure would be the fairest to end the season with?
A: I think the fairest thing is for the classification to remain as it is, although the declines …