Valencia CFTOThe midfielder talks about his personal moment in Panenka magazine
COn 21 years Carlos Soler is fixed in the Valencia of Champions and in the selection Sub 21. His arrival to the first team coincided with a serious moment of crisis of results and identity. His legs did not shake when he had to play with Voro on the bench and with the team in the bottom of the classification. And do not tremble now that he hears the anthem of the Champions in Mestalla with him as one of the protagonists of the game. The Valencian midfielder is one of the characters that appear in the new issue of the magazine Panenka with interesting reflections on his personal moment and that of the team: "I enjoy in the field." He entered with a smile different from what he may have now, already put into the dynamics of being in a first team, perhaps the freshness is no longer the same, you settle in the routine, but training, playing, with the confidence of a coach who talks to you, with good relationship with the teammates. final that's what makes you play without thinking and that things come out easier. "
Without pretending, Carlos Soler has been part of the football debate about what is his ideal position in the field. Many voices have claimed the position of midfielder coinciding with this beginning of the season. From then on, comparisons with other midfielders dressed in black and white have been unleashed: "I do not like to be compared," he explains in the interview. "I am me and Mendieta is Mendieta and Baraja is Baraja, each one has its virtues, as I entered a difficult time with fresh air, maybe people saw me as a reference being from Valencia and from the quarry".
But if it's about talking about football and analyzing aspects of the game, Carlos Soler is an open book, explains the differences between one position and another and the difficulties with which it is: "It changes a lot. I like to be more in touch with the ball and on the outside I have to be more accurate in each appearance, besides the position changes, when you get you have the side when you had a midfielder before and you have to orient yourself in a different way. but there are no concepts to catch, nothing happens, I am young and I play at ease ".
With 21 years, Carlos Soler has already accumulated 63 matches in the First division, in which he has scored four goals. No one judges him as a young footballer left the quarry but as a player dedicated to the first team. In the interview with Panenka he refers to the pressure that this entails: "It is pressure, but it is that the pressure comes from ah and from all sides." If a soccer player looks at social networks, he can go crazy. Maybe I'll take that force with the years ".