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Wojciech Szczęsnyʼs interview with DAZN as he talked about a lot of things including his strongest opponent, worst game and more.

THE MOST SOCIAL COMPANION 

“Weston McKennie.”

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THE GREATEST FEAR IN CAREER

“Not to make it.”

THE CHILDHOOD IDOL 

“Michael Schumacher, was the strongest.”

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THE MOST ACCULTURATED COMPANION

“Giorgio Chiellini.”

THE FAVORITE HOBBY

“Playing football with my son.”

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COLD?

“I’m Polish, -2 -3 degrees are good for me. I also like -15 ° and cryosauna at -150 ° for a minute and a half.”

WOULD YOU BE BETTER PLAY AS A FORWARD OR AS A DEFENDER?

“In defense, in attack I really suck.”

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BETTER A GREAT SAVE OR A PENALTY? 

“Absolutely not to concede a goal. But I have reached an age where selfishness must be put aside and the important thing is to win the game. There was a time when I was not at all happy to win 4-2 or 4-3, while today I prefer to win 4-3 than draw 0-0. In any case, if you make a clean sheet you go back to the quieter locker room.”

HOW DO YOU FIND SERENITY AFTER A MISTAKE? 

“You have to be good at separating private life from football, in difficult moments I go home to be a father and a husband and find serenity. Then in training you have to show your teammates that you are there, win all the matches and regain the trust from teammates and the coach.

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“When you make a mistake, the worst thing that can happen is that the coach puts you on the bench: there your mind does not help you, you must always be ready for the next match. And in difficult moments I hate receiving messages of support, I prefer to immediately detach myself from mistakes and dive into normal life.”

THE PENALTIES

“Am I the goalkeeper who has saved the most in Serie A in 2021? The analysis of the penalty takers is very important, with my Juventus coach Claudio Filippi before the match we do half an hour of analysis of the opponents and on the penalty takers.

“Sometimes though this is not enough, you risk hiding behind the analysis and you fail to have the right instinct during the game: you have to find the right balance. Often it happens that you change your choice of where to throw yourself with respect to the analyzes, also because the attackers know that we study them and maybe they themselves change their shot.

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“Maybe it takes that pinch of madness so that, after 10 penalties that everyone shoots on one side, you choose to change sides. But when it happens that you change your mind at the last minute and concede a goal, the coach looks at you crooked.”

PARING IN THE BIGS 

“In the moments when my team holds the ball a lot and I remain inactive for several minutes, I find meditation very useful. I always have to be present in my mind, I started in the days of Roma and in doing so the matches seem much shorter. When the game seems long to me, it means that I’m losing focus and so I’ll go back into the match straight away.”

INTERIOR DESIGNER?

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“I will not stay in the world of football after retirement, but I don’t think I will do that. However, now I am making a new home in Poland and my wife’s touch is essential for me: we men can be good but women have a different sensitivity.”

THE WORST KNOCKOUT GAME

“Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty in the 93rd minute at the Bernabeu in the Champions League in 2018.”

THE STRONGEST OPPONENT 

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“Wayne Rooney is the player who scored the most goals for me, it’s something that stays with you.”

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I am seasoned senior correspondent at Forza Juventus, where I specialize in providing in-depth coverage of transfer news, insightful analysis, and everything related to the world of Juventus.

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