24 May 2012

[Former player] Marc Crosas: "Santos would like Barça in Mexico"

Marc Crosas arrived, played and won the title with Santos Lagoon, to take the post like heir of the Spanish glories that seven decades ago Isidro lit Lángara with the club Spain in the then nascent Mexican league of football.

Born 24 years ago in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona province, Crosas celebrated with a Senyera (flag of Catalunya) the title in a feat that took the trail of the Spanish players who have crossed the ocean to play and retire in Mexico.

Crosas signed with Santos in early 2012 and had little involvement in the regular season, highlighted in the final round of the Clausura, which his team beat Monterrey 3-2 on aggregate.

Player made ​​in La Masia of Barcelona, Crosas played in 15 of 21 matches Santos and went to watch from the bench the first part of the tournament to be played over and at the end of a holder of the highest order.

The midfielder had already held before the League 1 title and League Cup in France with Olympique Lyon (2008) and the League Cup in Scotland with Celtic Glasgow (2009).

"I came to win titles, to continue to grow, to try to be better every day, and try to learn from the great companions. In my career I have been privileged to be with great players, now does not change, I have the opportunity to learn by example of (Juan Pablo) Chato Rodríguez is a very experienced player who still has much to give, but hey I have much to learn in my 24 years, considering that he is in my same position, "said Crosas to 'Récord '.

Asked if the Santos could be compared to any team in the league of Spain, the former Blaugrana said: "I believe not only in football performance, but for social work, the environment, I think they work very similar to Barcelona, is a very great many people, but no longer a family club with a great motivation to help people and listen to all options. would like Barça in Mexico, keeping proportions in that sense, I have met a club inside and the other, and in structure are very similar. " (via SPORT)