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Brazil’s Anderson Talisca has arrived at the Saudi Victory Camp in Marabella, Spain to participate in the team’s preparatory program for the new season 2022-2023.
A video was released of Talisca talking to his coach Rudy Garcia, in which the Brazilian confirmed that he was suffering from family conditions which delayed his arrival to the away camp.
Al-Nasr coach Rudy Garcia asked the player to arrive at the stadium at seven in the morning to begin his personal training before engaging in team training.
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Al-Nasr Club decided to be content with punishing the player according to the club’s list of sanctions.
Due to revitalizing several concerts in Brazil until the end of this month, Talisca did not attend his team’s camp; This caused great anger among the Nazarenes.
“I have reasons to be here .. and soon I will be with my team,” Talisca said in a tweet from his personal account, responding to reports that he had not joined his team’s camp in the Spanish city of Marbella and was staying in his country due to “joy and luxury”.
Talisca has had a successful singing career as a rapper in Brazil, where she chose a technical name for herself, “Spark”, and some of her latest songs have surpassed a million views on her YouTube channel.
Anderson Talisca maintains different social media accounts for his character as singer Spark, separate from his personal accounts as a footballer, where he has 67,000 followers on “Instagram” and around 20,000 followers on Facebook.
Talisca moved to Saudi Al-Nasr in July 2021 for €8 million from Chinese club Guangzhou. He has previously played for Portuguese Benfica, Turkish Besiktas and Brazilian Bahia and joined the national team camps 3 times, but he never played a single minute in a Brazil shirt.
Previous press reports indicated coach Rudy Garcia’s intention to keep Talisca in Al-Nasr’s squad for next season, while dropping some foreign players after their evaluation at the team’s training camp.
Anderson Talisca scored 21 goals in 30 appearances for Al-Nasr Saudi club in the 2021-2022 season.
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