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Dídac Vilà: “The day I wore the bracelet I was the happiest in the world”

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Nnervous, with a broken voice and surrounded by his little ones Marc y Gala, Dídac Vilà He has said goodbye to what has been his home. The youth squad arrived at the parakeet entity with only 10 years. He debuted in First from the hand of Pochettino and, later, tried his fortune in the Milan, Betis, Eibar and AEK . In the summer of 2017 he returned to RCDE Stadium and until now. “I am very happy and proud of how everything has gone”, the Catalan has summed up.

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“Writing and pronouncing these words is not easy, it is the most complicated speech I have ever made. It seems like it was yesterday when this small and dreamy 10-year-old boy put on the blue and white shirt for the first time. An elastic and some colors that the pride and honor of defending for 16 seasons. They have seen me grow as a person and a player. Much of what I am now is thanks to this entity. These people have created values ​​and signs of identity that the most privileged have been able to take to the first team”, this is how the defender began his farewell speech.

It seems like only yesterday that this dreamy little 10-year-old boy put on the blue and white shirt for the first time

Didac Vila

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They have been many years in the entity and he has experienced them in all colors. For this reason, it is difficult for him to keep a single moment, although if he had to choose, it would be with his first starting match in the RCDE Stadium. “We have had hard times, a decline, a pandemic… they are the ones that make you grow and appreciate that we have had brutal moments like Europa or promotion”, he recalled.

Dídac Vilà has thanked everyone and has assured that he has been very happy at the blue and white club. In addition, he has remembered the day he wore the captain’s armband, in the absence of his teammates. “It was a pride and I thought finally it’s my turn. There are many years, many moments that make you, at that moment, the happiest in the world.” With a Long live the Spanish, The youth squad has put an end to a dream that began with 10 years and ends with 33.



Source: www.marca.com

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