The Walled Youth It continues to boost in order to be the highest possible ranking in its debut Iberdrola Challenge League. The latest addition to Albenegra is Taiwan midfielder Tseng Shu-oShe is a footballer of great technical quality who has participated in different tournaments such as her country, as well as Australia, the United States, Canada, France, Austria, Iceland, Serbia, China, Croatia and Italy.
Veteran player who He is 36 years old, reaches Al-Musawara He is in great shape and he is doing so by participating in the Champions League and by the important role in the national team that he is the captain of. Tseng didn’t start playing football until he was 12 years oldBut when he began to practice it, he fell in love with a sport in which he finally developed a career. The new Joventut player competed in different parts of the planet, but where she enjoyed the most enjoying her favorite sport, the one to which she could have devoted herself to Taiwan, was in “Canada and France”.
She is that during her time in these countries, the Asian explained that she competed “at a high level”: “Professional training for teams and competitions was very high, and everything happened in a very good living environment.”
Despite his first attempt to leave Taiwan with the illusion of becoming a professional soccer player, specifically in Fukuoka J. Anchors in Japan, he never materialized, and his first adventure in Australia finally took place in 2009, at Canberra United. Since then, Tseng has been through countless teams. Colorado Rush (USA), Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada), Spokane Shine (USA), Saint Etienne (France), SV Newellingbach (Austria), Felker (Iceland), Albi (Italy), Spartak Subotica (Serbia), Henan Houshang (China) or Split (Croatia), among others.
The Prophet is in his own land
Before starting this impressive career, he was also a prophet in his own land. From a young age, she moved to the national team, in which in 2002 she was named the best player in the AFC U-21 Championship, a moment that Taiwanese remember with great relief after their victory at home.
Regarding her qualities, she is distinguished by her technical abilities but her physical ability has also improved which is one of the weaknesses of the Asian player profile on a regular basis. “When I left Taiwan I grew up physically and in the United States, football became more aggressive, and I gained competitiveness. It is a soccer that combines the physical and the technical aspects. But the mentality and day after day of a professional idea I lived completely when I arrived in Europe,” he explains.
In Europe, Zeng played the Champions League on many occasions and his best memories came in 2014, when he scored a goal in the quarter-finals with SV Njöllingbach against Swedish Tereso from Ferro Boquete or Brazilian Marta, and a summer at the end.
A new challenge at 36
This veteran is 36 years old, arriving in La Liga and does so with a youthful illusion. “Spain has always been known for its high-level tactical football. I always wanted to play here and now I can fulfill my dream and continue to grow and learn as a footballer,” Tseng admits.
The captain of the Taiwan national team sheds light on the good atmosphere you were greeted with at Al Masoura. In this sense, he notes that “people are very friendly and passionate about the team.” “Everyone has made me feel good since my arrival,” he says.
Albinegro signs a personal player who never gives up. That is, Zeng defines himself as “a person without limits.” “I had to face multiple challenges in many regions of the world and very different from each other myself. Few people are able to do much to achieve their dreams. All I did was progress, and I never gave up.”
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