Eduardo Camavinga, a player for Real Madrid, went to La Chapelle-Janson in Fougères (Ille-et-Vilaine) on June 26, 2021, to help open the new CF2L football field and honor himself.
This is the club for kids from La Chappelle, Fleurigné, Laignelet, and Le Loroux. Almost all of the kids who play for them wear Blues or Rennes Stadium jerseys with the word “Cavinga” on the back of them. Eduardo Camavinga, who lives in Fugères and used to play for the team in his hometown, will dedicate the artificial field on Saturday, June 26, early in the morning.
We can judge how famous a football player is by how many reporters travel to hear him speak, even if it’s only for a few minutes. In this case, Eduardo Camavinga’s speech is timed to the bare minimum because the national media speculates about his possible transfer to the capital club almost every day.
While we’re in the bar, we find the Canal+ cameras, the consultant and former professional Laure Boulleau, and a writer from the team. The air smells like coffee, cakes, beer, and balloons. Eduardo Camavinga, a young man from the country who is about 18 years old, became very interested in football, just like many (but not many) others before him. He gives kids dreams with stars in them so that the teacher can go back to his or her first teacher.
“A shy аnd rеsеrvеd kid”
Camvinga has made CF2L possible for many years. This is thanks to Nicolas Martinis, who helped him start his first club, Drake Fougères. I took you in when you were eight years old. To which he replies, “I could have dribbled you at the time, but it wasn’t easy.” His teacher, Fabrice Dubreuil, thinks of him as a “reserved, quiet boy who was quite the opposite on the field.”He was born with a superhuman ability to grasp the ball and a great football brain. He went to the ball.
Nicolas, who is now a teacher at the CF2L club, asked the young genius to be the godfather, and he agreed. It was easy to get in touch with him. “As proof, he becomes the founder father of a football team that broke up in the Fugères area,” says Fabrice Dubrèil, who is also in charge of press for CF2L.
On June 4, 2021, the new pitch brand got its first pair of cleats. It has only finished the first round; in October, it will be opened to the public. It cost the four cities and towns a total of €650.00 and was also funded. Both the player and his family gave $5,000. “Who would have thought I’d be so lucky?” Eduardo Camavinga thought to himself. It makes me feel sad because we’ve come a long way to get here.
The kids in the area know him because he often stops by to watch them play and cheer on his younger brother, Célio.
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