Premier League: Arthur: “2022 was the hardest year of my life”

Arthur Melo faces 2023 with a smile on his face. Former Gremio, Barcelona and Juventus, Now in the ranks of Liverpool, He wants to banish the “ghosts” of the past.

“2022 has been the hardest year of my life. It’s been a difficult year in terms of footballThere was a lot of criticism that I had to listen to in silence, without being able to tell the truth about what was going on.”Arthur’s statement on Instagram begins.

Brazilian I had to go through the operating roomHe managed to play only one game with “billiards” -13′ in the Champions League against Napoli – due to injury.

“There were many sleepless nights because of the pain, and I spent several days in the hospital The anguish of hoping that the doctor won’t tell me anything to stop me from doing what I love most: playing football.” Arthur continues.

The former Parra’s torment does not stop there: “It was the year in which I sacrificed the most to achieve my goals. The year I worked the most off the field, the year I trained the most…and the year I had the most problems on the field.”

Faults that moved from the field: “I’ve had a lot of upheaval in my private life as well. The more I’ve suffered… things have derailed. But 2022 was the year I grew the most as a person, as a son, as a friend, as a friend, and as an athlete. I can only thank 2022 for all the teachings he leaves me.”

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