Valencia CFTOHis thirtieth anniversary and he does it in his personal and professional best moment with Valencia
Dani Parejo turns 30 and does so at the height of his professional careerl. Seated and with chevrons. This Tuesday, April 16, reaches what many consider the 'maturity' in football. The moment of greatest splendor and it doesfully settled in Valencia, being captain and man indisputablein the formation of Marcelino Garca Toral. Coslada midfielderI arrived in July 2011 with barely 22 years old. And its process in Valencia has not been anything simple.He has gone through all kinds of situations. Delicate moments, moments of euphoria.
A few days agoEqualI left onesentencelapidary Of those that make you reconsider with respect to the prism that has been had of this soccer player throughout these years and the vicissitudes for which he has traveled."I'm in one of the best moments of my career, I feel important ... I work every day to be a better person and a better soccer player", he explained when asked about his current situation.
Parejo has seen them of all colors in Valencia. In these eight yearswearing a valiant has been indisputable, has been dispensable, has beenboasting, havechantedhis name has beendiscussed... He has gone through all the possible states. If you have to extract a 'sports thermometer' from your stage in Valencia, it is the sporting influence of your coaches.With who has played more? Who has given you the most confidence?
It is summarized in the moment lived with each coach from 2011 to 2019. It is very curious to see the percentages of ownership in comparison with the matches played by comparing them with all the coaches that have had what makes it clear who had the full confidence or not at the time of having rigging on the green.
These have beenthe participation percentages of Parejo with all the techniciansWhat he has had in Mestalla:
There are several data that are very striking in terms of the level of participation of Parejo with the respective coaches sincefour of them whenever they included him in a call to Dani was to be a case of Pizzi, Prandelli, Aiestarn and Estvez.
Valverde, the most influential coach as stated by Parejo throughout his cover of the Valencia, interestingly he used 80% of the games that I call as a starter.
There are two cases that make it clear that his situation in Valencia makes him cases withMiroslav Djukic and Mauricio Pellegrino. With the first, he barely played 50% of the games as a starter and with the second just over 40%.
Parejo shows its maturity with certain details, especially in recent times. The example.Mand to the Harrow Cesaratsong of "A second"I heard from a group of Valencians in the European party of Villarreal.Action that was repeated before the Levant. The captain asked again that they stop at the cntico. Initiative previously unimaginable.