In an interview with Globoesporte, Roberto Carlos presents Samuel Eto’o Fils as an arrogant and but talented player. sensational statements that open the door to a settling of accounts through the media from the Anzhi Alumni.
“With the arrival of Eto’o in the locker room, there were a few small problems to solve, I had to explain to several players the reasons for his transfer. Then came a time when Samuel was affecting my work. He wanted to control the club, to take my place as captain and that of Guus Hiddink, the coach, who he cowardly dispiced. I knew Eto’o since when he was still 16 and I’ve always appreciated he talent as a footballer. He is a good person, but thinks of himself and not of the group. When a player, instead of playing, is interested in the selection of players who are his friends, this is somewhat confusing and strange. He did everything to Anzhi except play football. ”