Henry’s confinement with a sub-19: “I run up the stairs in case the coach sees me”
But in addition to being physical, you also have to do exercises with the ball. Questioned if he plays ‘some party’ with Henry, Luis backs down and says he prefers not to. “I don’t know if I want to. I’ve seen him train and he’s still able to pound me”, sentenced the English, who still fears the tremendous quality that his boss demonstrated for years with the Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona and NY Red Bulls jerseys.“Sancho’s case encouraged me to come here”Luis Binks left the sub18 of Tottenham last February in search of making the immediate leap to professional football. His ideas attracted his ideas from his boss and quarantine partner Henry. He even resisted one last chat with Jose Mourinho, who offered him a place in the next preseason. “I told the people at the academy that I was leaving and they said” Wait, I am calling Mourinho. ” I spoke to him and he said he liked me, that he planned to include me in the preseason and that if I did well, he could enjoy a few minutes next season. This made the decision harder but it also reaffirmed me. If I’m good at it, I’ll get to the top, “he says.The one who inspired him to ‘look for life’ was Jadon Sancho, when he left the City academy to succeed at Borussia Dortmund. “When Sancho went to Dortmund and did it that well, he inspired me and I thought, ‘Why not?’ It seemed crazy,” he said.The center-back now enjoys top-tier games in a North American league rather than England’s lower ranks. “My debut here was before 30,000 people. Last year, I had to travel to Derby on a Thursday with the U23s to play before 50 people. The stands, that moment, motivates you and you give much more. I could still have learned something with the sub23, but I do not think much more than here, “says the defender, just 18 years old. With several family members, as a couple or without company … The companions in this confinement in which the coronavirus keeps us are being varied in each case. So much so that you can even stay locked up with a world soccer legend who is also your boss.That has happened to Luis Binks, a former Tottenham Hotspur, with Thierry Henry, his coach at the Montreal Impact. To this day, the two of them are the only two guests who continue at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the Canadian city. “Here is the coach and me. No one else. No one new has come and those who were have left. He has not invited me to his room yet, but I bet he has the best suite, “Binks told the British newspaper Daily Mail, who admits that he has some talk with the former striker in the lobby of the luxurious hotel.For Binks, any moment is a good time to establish himself in the position after two consecutive starts until the break. Now, he wants to show that even inside the hotel he is fit and deserves a place in eleven. “I run up and down the stairs instead of taking the elevator. I hope the coach sees me. I’m doing everything I can, because before this, I was all right. I also take the opportunity to run now that the city is empty. It’s a good way to get to know her! “, Luis states in the Mail.