Tino Kadewere Says He Supports Cristiano Ronaldo And Admires Harry Kane

France-based Warriors Striker Tinotenda Kadewere says that he admires fellow Europen-based footballers, Portuguese icon Cristiano Ronaldo and English marksman Harry Kane. In a wide-ranging interview with NewZimbabwe.com, Kaderewe reveals his early struggles when he played in Sweden before his move to French second division side Le Havre. Kadewere has this to say:

In 2014, I joined a Zimbabwean first division team (Harare City) with whom I played twelve games and scored eight goals. Two clubs then invited me to do a trial: Djurgårdens and Sochaux. I started in Sweden, then I spent a week in France.

I was not ready for European football. And then, because of the language barrier. In Sochaux, no one spoke English, while it was the case in Djurgårdens. So, it was the perfect place to acclimatize to Europe.

You know, football is nearly the same everywhere, but the one we practice in France is both very physical and very intense; somewhat different from the one I was used to in the past. In Sweden, I would say that it is more tactical and that the technique is more modern.

Please note that this does not mean that French football is devoid of technique; but although it is the physics that dominates. That’s why I find the Ligue 2 stronger than the Swedish D1. If you can play in Ligue 2, you can play everywhere.


More: Newzimbabwe.com

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