GENOA – What would Antonio Cassano have done if he hadn't become a footballer?
He revealed it himself during an interview with Sky Sport.
“If I hadn't become a footballer, I would have become a delicatessen seller.
It's a job I've always liked, probably I would have started working under the boss, maybe in a supermarket but in the long run I would have opened a shop.
I was born in Bari Vecchia, in a difficult situation but I promised my mother that I would not get lost on the street …
So even if I hadn't become a professional footballer, I would still have done an honest job. "
Then Cassano recalled his experience with the glorious Real Madrid shirt.
"It is the mirror of my career, it could have been better …
I had a huge talent, unfortunately I wasted it, I didn't know how to best value my qualities.
When I got to Real Madrid I was out of shape.
Do you think that during the summer preparation I lost 16 kg.
I started quite well since I scored two goals in the first three games but then Capello didn't put me in anymore and I gave up.
I owe everything to Capello, I didn't give him anything compared to everything he gave me. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano