19 March 2012

[Barça B] Oier Olazabal: "To reach the level of Valdés have to work hard"

Nestled in the ownership of subsidiary azulgrana and after completing before the Alcorcón one of his best matches between the posts of Miniestadi, the goalkeeper of Barça B Oier Olazabal said that strives every day to achieve the dream of the first team.

"It is very difficult, very complicated. Barça is the best team in the world and to reach the level of Víctor Valdés have to work hard and have to spend much time with them to achieve it," the Basque goalkeeper.

Oier Olazabal (1989, Irún) responds serene, with the same phlegm that displays in the area azulgrana. His pause relaxed in contrast to the despair that broke in front of Madrid, who saw their attempts to score were confronted with the goal always in Basque was perhaps his best performance so far this year.

"There are days when you want and do not stop no one, and others who stop everything. The end is a typical day, sometimes also happens in practice," replies the young goalkeeper quiet.

The forwards rivals on Sunday sought in every way. Shot at close range, in the top or face to face. It did not matter. All roads led to Oier, who had two games unbeaten and last night could only be overcome in the final minutes, without thereby escaped the victory (3-2).

But Oier clears any hint of commendation. "When you find the confidence, begins to respond, you have more peace of mind. Have gone much more than other times and have been lucky enough to stop it."

After that, in the first round, Eusebio Sacristán wanted to give equal opportunities to all three team goalkeepers (Rubén Miño, Jordi Masip and acted Oier seven straight games each), the technician finally settled Valladolid goalkeeper to Irun the post holder.

"It takes a few games very well and when it came in the first round had a very good performance," said Eusebio. "He has shown his good time and the team is taking advantage."

However, Oier not to rest on their laurels, as he stresses, "in the end everything depends on the performance." "I, every day, I'm nervous about if I play tomorrow," he admits.

Because, after all, the player only competes to stay ahead of the subsidiary, but not lose sight of the dream of Camp Nou is only a step. The last and most difficult.

"I just renewed (until 2015) and, of course I would like to raise. For this work. It is true that I have signed for another year of subsidiary, but if I go up now, better," he jokes Oier, who debuted as the first team in 2008, in a Copa del Rey match against Alcoyano.

In any case, Oier is realistic and remember that "many goalkeepers have been here, have reached the first team and eventually have gone elsewhere. It is very complicated." (via SPORT)