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DALOT: MY IDOL RONALDO TAUGHT ME ABOUT HARD WORK

Diogo Dalot has spoken passionately about Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo and explained why his fellow Portuguese remains his primary inspiration in football.

However, in an interview with SoccerBible Magazine, our buccaneering right-back is quick to point out that their shared nationality has nothing to do with his admiration for United legend Ronaldo.

When asked to name his role models when growing up in Porto, Dalot jokes that his response will probably be obvious to readers – but he also goes into detail when outlining why he loves Cristiano.

“My answer will be a little bit shocking for everyone,” laughs Diogo. “Ronaldo, for me, was the main one. He was my idol from day one. Not because he’s Portuguese, or his style of playing, but for his hard work. When you think of an athlete, a complete athlete, a complete footballer, you need to choose Cristiano.

“For me, he was the main inspiration to start playing football. Not because I want to be like him, I want to take my own path, but to get to know him and see how he works is unbelievable.”

Hard work is a recurring theme in Dalot’s answers and the 20-year-old is clearly determined to kick on at United, after completing his first season at Old Trafford following his transfer from Porto last summer.

Diogo made 23 appearances in 2018/19 and showed lots of promise, earning praise from fans for his attack-minded style of play at right-back. But the hard work does not stop now, as he explains.

“Of course it’s hard to get to a big team,” Dalot explains in his interview. “But then it’s harder to stay there because you are competing with a lot of footballers that are such hard workers.

“When you get to the big clubs, to the big leagues, you know that every day you need to get better and better and better. For me, I think the hard work is the main thing. Work hard and stay humble.”

Quizzed on the sacrifices he has made, Dalot continues: “Very many because, like I said, with all the humbleness, to be here is not easy. To be in a team like Manchester United at 19 years old is not easy. You need to make a lot of sacrifices.

“Sometimes you need to say no to your friends, to your family, because you need to rest, or you need to sleep. You can’t go out with your friends as you have a game or training the day after. But in my head, I’m always thinking that someday it will be worth it. I think I have that prize right now.”

As for the future, Dalot is admirably ambitious but the young Portuguese maintains a short-term attitude in his planning and states that every day should be a fight at a club like United.

“I don’t like to think too big for now,” he explains. “I used to say 'step by step'. Now I just try to focus on getting my opportunities and getting my minutes, and showing the manager what I’m capable of, that I can play here.

“Of course, when you lay down on your bed and you dream of the future, you dream of being one of the best right-backs in the world, being a reference for everyone. But that’s when you are in bed. When you wake up, you just need to put your feet on the ground and start working again, because every day is a fight for me. I think that’s the right way.”

Diogo Dalot was speaking to SoccerBible Magazine, in an interview for issue 12.

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Misi Dalot di Musim Depan: Amankan Pos Bek Kanan Man United
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Manchester - Bek muda Portugal Diogo Dalot puas dengan musim debutnya di Manchester United. Dalot kini bertekad mengamankan pos bek kanan di musim depan.

Dalot direkrut dari Porto dengan tebusan sebesar 19 juta pound sterling pada 2018. Sepanjang musim 2018/19, Dalot dimainkan sebanyak 23 kali di seluruh kompetisi dengan sumbangan dua assist yang tercipta di Premier League.

Meski begitu, musim perdana Dalot tidak berakhir manis karena MU gagal finis empat besar di Liga Inggris. Sekalipun membuat kejutan usai menyingkirkan Paris St. Germain, tim yang lebih diunggulkan, di perdelapanfinal Liga Champions.

"Di akhir musim, hasil-hasilnya memang tidak seperti yang kami inginkan, tapi aku bisa bilang bahwa itu adalah sebuah musim yang penting untukku," kata Dalot kepada Inside United.

"Memainkan 23 pertandingan dan aku terus bermain lebih sering dan memiliki kebugaran prima di Desember. Jadi sejauh ini sangat bagus untukku memiliki kesempatan bermain di beberapa posisi berbeda."

"Aku ingin membuat penyataan di tim dan bermain sebanyak mungkin di posisi bek kanan karena kurasa itu adalah posisi terbaikku. Aku cuma perlu membuktikannya kepada manajer dengan pekerjaanku."

Pada musim lalu, posisi bek kanan MU masih dirotasi dengan memainkan Ashley Young, dan Antonio Valencia. Pemain yang terakhir disebut dipastikan hengkang, begitupun dengan Matteo Darmian yang masuk daftar pemain dijual. Musim depan akan menjadi kesempatan besar bagi Dalot.

"Aku tahu bahwa beberapa orang mungkin berpikir bahwa aku bergabung ke mari dan tidak akan bermain sering-sering di musim ini. Beberapa orang berpikir aku akan bermain lebih sering," lanjut Dalot.

"Kita memang memiliki banyak pendapat yang berbeda, tapi secara keseluruhan kurasa itu adalah sebuah musim yang amat bagus untuk beradaptasi, mulai mengenal klub, liganya, atmosfernya dan sekarang tidak ada alasan lagi untuk musim depan. Aku cuma perlu terus berusaha. Targetku adalah merebut posisi bek kanan."
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Diogo Dalot 'told he can leave Man United this summer' by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following 50m arrival of Aaron Wan-Bissaka

* Manchester United concluded a 50m deal for Aaron Wan-Bissaka on Saturday
* That has thrown the long-term future of fellow full-back Diogo Dalot in doubt
* According to reports, Dalot has been 'told he can leave' in this summer window


Portuguese full-back Diogo Dalot has reportedly been told he can leave Manchester United following the arrival of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

United's pursuit of the Crystal Palace right back concluded on Saturday when it was announced he had joined in a 50million deal.

And following Wan-Bissaka's arrival, the Evening Standard report that United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has 'told Dalot he can leave' with his opportunities expected to be limited.


Full-back Diogo Dalot has reportedly been told he 'can leave Manchester United' this summer

Dalot arrived last summer from Porto in an 18m deal but was not thrust into the side straight away, instead he was allowed to find his feet and settle in England.

He made 18 appearances for the club last season but was largely used in a more attacking right-wing role given his impressive crossing.

Fans may have expected Dalot to compete with Wan-Bissaka for the right back spot but Solskjaer has reportedly rendered the player surplus to requirements.

Solskjaer has been keen to build a squad in his image - and not that of his predecessors - and he has shifted the club's transfer policy towards homegrown talents including Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.

Ashley Young, who filled in at full-back for much of last season, has signed a new deal and he could now provide back up to Wan-Bissaka.

The England Under 21 international has signed a five-year deal worth 80,000-a-week that will keep him at the club until at least 2024. There is also the option of another year.

United will pay an initial fee of 45m, with another 5m due in add-ons should the player hit certain performance targets.

Wan-Bissaka told United's website: 'It's an unbelievable feeling and an honour to call myself a Manchester United player and something I know that only a small number of players have the privilege to say.

'I can't wait to get going and integrated into the squad. I will have a short break now after the European Championship but I'm looking forward to starting training with the manager and my new team-mates on the pre-season tour.'

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BACK TO SCHOOL: DIOGO DALOT

We are asking the Manchester United players to relive their time at school and reveal more about their character as it formed during their spell in education.

Defender Diogo Dalot detailed which other sport he excelled in as a pupil back in Portugal, the support he received from staff and family to pass his exams, and his language skills.

How would you describe your time at school?

I think it was good. To be fair, I think I was a good student as I could manage both things - football and school - and I’m really proud of what I achieved in school. I think it was a good time as well.

Was it difficult balancing football with your studies?

Yeah, at the beginning, it was a little difficult. You know, you’re a kid and you just dream about being a football player. Sometimes, you forgot that school is more important, at times, when you were younger. I think school needs to be your priority until when you are getting more professional and moving into professional football. I think you then need to choose between one or two things but you can still manage both. Still now, I can think about doing stuff and preparing some stuff for the end of my career, when it is over. Back in the day, I think you just sometimes get lost a little bit but then comes the parents’ job to put you back into line. My parents did an amazing job and helped me make my priorities first and I think I did a good job in that part.

Were there any subjects you particularly enjoyed?

Oh, for every football player, I think Physical Education was the best one but, you know, sometimes it can get boring in Maths or Chemistry. I guess you just need to pass through that. I think I was an okay student and a good one for a guy that had two or three classes per week because of travelling and playing away games and tournaments, and the national team. I think I could manage that.

And were there any you really disliked?

You know that Maths can be boring sometimes and difficult as well. But, like I said, I tried to get the good things out of each subject. But, when you start just thinking about football, everything seems boring at school, so I needed to do well.

What about languages? You speak good English…

I had English classes and Spanish as well. In my time, you had to choose between German, French and Spanish and the whole class chose Spanish because English is compulsory. Of course, we had Portuguese, plus Spanish and English. I speak fluent Spanish.

Everybody says they have one teacher they remember most fondly. Do you?

To be honest, I remember a lot of them, all my teachers and I think now that teachers are a big part in our development of our lives. I think, straight after our parents and our family, that teachers are the most important people in our lives until a certain time when you start thinking by yourself and making your own decisions. I had amazing teachers who understood well that my schedule was a little bit tight. The schools were always flexible and made a schedule for me but, like I said, I thank them for all the support they gave me in being a big part of my development.

So how much juggling did you have to do?

It was difficult. When you are out for, I don’t know, 16 days, in a tournament and you come back and you’ve lost so many classes and need to catch the others up as they are a little bit further on than you. The exam will be the same for everyone. It’s not going to be a different exam for me. So I needed to catch up. I had some private classes. For example, just before a game, back in the day, I was in Braga in my home town and I had a game day on the Saturday. So I went to a private class at 8am and did an hour and half there and then went to Porto, played the game and then came back to study for the whole afternoon, just to be ready for the exam on the Monday or Tuesday. It was a difficult time but I had the help of the teachers and, most of all, from my parents. Yes, the exam went well. I always had good marks!

Do you have any memories of playing for the school football team? Were you captain or star player?

We had a couple of tournaments. I don’t know but we called it the students association and they organised some tournaments in school. I was in the fifth grade and we played against the ninth grade and 10th grade but, of course, my class was the best. My help was good for them! We won some tournaments but it was always friendly. We had time to play football and enjoy it with our friends. I think it was just about playing and having fun.

Did you excel at any other sports?

We actually needed to play three or four sports during the year. We had volleyball, basketball, football of course. But then I particularly liked badminton. I was champion five times in a row. I was pretty good at badminton!

Do you still keep in touch with any friends from school?


Yes, I have two at my house for these last two weeks, two good friends. Hopefully, I’ll get through life until the end with them. I make contact every month with old friends and make sure, every week, I do dinner with the most people I can get over. We enjoy that time. We just remember the old times and we keep in touch.

What advice would you give to a current school pupil about becoming a professional footballer?

Like I said, I think, for me, it’s the time you need to choose between school or football, when you start getting into professional football. Until then, school is your priority because you don’t know what is going to happen. Even when you choose, you need a back-up. You need the passion you had in the past to build that and, like I said, make your schoolwork your priority. Listen to your teachers and listen to your parents. Study a lot and then be happy for the future.

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