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A new family in Tel Aviv

Carlos Cuéllar . 13-octubre-2018

Hi there!

I return to blogging today. Last couple of weeks have been rough and I think this week is perfect to tell you about some interesting things I’m living.

As many of you already know, I’ve changed club; I left Jerusalem and I changed Beitar for Bnei Yehuda from Tel Aviv and I’m very happy. It wasn’t easy leaving Beitar because of the teammates and because living in a city like Jerusalem is an incredible and intense experience: but to be honest I think it was the best decision and Bnei Yehuda offered me a great opportunity that I didn’t want to leave behind as I need to keep on enjoying football.

This is a very familiar team from Tel Aviv. They make you feel comfortable very soon and they’ve been working well for ages.

The truth is things are going very well since I got here: two wins and two draws in 4 matches and the feeling that the team has much to say in this league. It’s my twelfth professional club and as always, I discover new things and people with which it is a real pleasure to work with. Something that has called my attention is how they treat young players and the possibilities that we have to achieve something important. Also, it’s the first time I play in an orange shirt, and it’s something after playing for 12 different teams.

We train in the old stadium, a little stadium in Bnei Yehuda. I’ve installed myself in Tel Aviv already, very near the beach. The truth is that temperature in October is great here. Also, As I’m a vegan, there are plenty of possibilities for vegan people like me.

Meanwhile, I really do follow what goes on in Spain and the UK. Steven Gerrard is doing a great job at my beloved Rangers, harvesting good results in Europe; It brings back very good memories from the Europa League ;). The League is resisting itself a bit more but I think it’s a season with alternatives and every win will be hard to achieve.

I also see Aston Villa every time I can on cable tv. There’s been a coach change, which isn’t great news normally, but Dean Smith is a coach with great capacity and John Terry a very competitive person who is very intelligent. I speak because of experience as I’ve played against him many times. I also hope García Pitarch‘s arrival, with his years of experience in the market, will help the club to get where it belongs.

I say goodbye for now and thank you all for your messages, I really do love them.

Carlos

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