Gonçalo Paciencia won the Europa League with Eintracht Frankfurt last season. However, having made just 52 appearances for the club in his four year stint, he made a move. Paciencia signed for Celta Vigo this summer.
Despite scoring on his debut he was sidelined due to injury. And as a result has just made 152 minutes in the league. After being sidelined for a month, Gonçalo Paciencia will now be able to play against Betis on Sunday.
The Portuguese striker confirmed this when he spoke to the media on Wednesday afternoon: “I’m okay, and I don’t have any issues anymore. I’m working out with the group. I’m willing to provide a hand and add another choice. I had a good recovery. I genuinely wish to accomplish and assist here. It’s reasonable to feel a little frustrated when an injury occurs because I want to play football, but I also want to have options, be part of the team, and be the main character. When I don’t have those things, it feels like something is being taken away from me. enables life.”
“Football players understand that to be normal. I faced competition in every club, but everyone has their moments. For the team to improve, there must be competition. We must now contend for rank while maintaining friendship and respect. Larsen also made a strong entry and had his moments.
“Nothing can replace the sense of being present on game day and being able to support the squad. Like when I first arrived, I am extremely anxious and excited, so I made an effort to recuperate as soon as possible.”