Roma striker Paulo Dybala has revealed that he has no regret leaving Juventus after the expiration of his contract.
Recall that the Argentina star is rediscovering his best form with the Giallorossi.
In a chat with TribalFootball, Dybala stated he’s delighted with the progress achieved at Roma.
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He said, “Yes, the last few years at Juventus weren’t easy, a change did me good. (Jose) Mourinho called me and in a few minutes I decided. He as well as the director spoke to me about the project and the desire to continue winning as they did last year.
“Being a protagonist in such a team helps me a lot. The fans’ welcome? It was unusual. When you enter the stadium you’re with your teammates, there I was alone. It had never happened to me before.
“Roma fans are similar to Argentinian fans in terms of passion. Different from the Juventus environment, more like the Argentinean one.
“They have a beautiful madness, I feel this affection, for them Roma comes before the family. They live football as we do.”
Style of play
A quick, creative, elegant, and agile player, with excellent technical ability and a low centre of gravity Dybala is known for his powerful and accurate shots from outside the box, dribbling skills, balance, and close control in limited spaces, as well as his ability to beat opponents in one on one situations and protect or hold up the ball for teammates with his back to goal.
Due to his speed on the ball, positioning, intelligent movement, and ball skills, he excels during counter-attacks and at beating the offside trap when making attacking runs. A hardworking player, he is also known for his stamina and defensive contribution off the ball. Dybala is capable both of creating chances for teammates, as well as scoring goals himself, due to his vision, passing, link-up play, and ability to drop deep and play off other players, as well as his powerful and accurate ball-striking ability from both inside and outside the area.
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