Interview with the Argentinian goalkeeper made the cover of the newest edition of the magazine Dragões
The exclusive interview to Marchesín, the first Argentinian goalkeeper in the blue and white history, is the main story in the newest edition of Dragões, the official FC Porto magazine. The new master of the blue and white goal introduce his past as goal scorer, said what it was like to know Iker Casillas, a goalkeeper he admires since he was a kid, and he didn’t forget the prestige of Lucho González or the reference that Pepe became.
“Impressed” with the setting at Estádio do Dragão, pushing the team ahead, Marchesín, someone who is “passionate” about his job, also admitted the fans had a “fundamental” role in the victory over Benfica, from the departure to Lisbon to the singing at Estádio da Luz. “We know that wearing this shirt is a reason for pride, but we also know the fans supported us. Returning the warmth they give us from the first to the last minute e a great responsibility”, the Argentinian international added.
Thanks to the hat-trick achieved by Zé Luís, the magazine celebrates the 28 feats reached by 18 players in the last 0 years, adding other numbers and curiosities, with the talent of the likes of Jardel, Deco, McCarthy or Falcao. But it’s better to check the numbers.
Before returning to Europa League, Dragões also takes you to six mythical matches for FC Porto in the competition, with obvious highlight for Seville and Dublin, and reminding that the blue and whites raised the trophy in the last two times they played in the competition from the start.
In sports, the official FC Porto magazine will summarise the victory of João Rodrigues, who won his fourth consecutive Portugal Tour, for W52-FC Porto - something addressed in the Chairman Page - and the victory on the Handball Supercup, closing a cycle of three titles in just three months.
There is also room to get to know Tanner McGrew, the centre that already played for the North American national squad, who only heard “good things” of his new club, check the return to work of the basketball and roller hockey teams, and also to follow Ivan Likhmanov, a Russian fan who fell in love with FC Porto since he saw the blue and whites beat Arsenal.
To check the online version of Dragões, just go to www.fcporto.pt/pt/revista. It’s easy and free.
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