Chidiac’s odyssey to return to Australia: 45 hours of travel

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first_imgAn injury has made him disappear from AtléticoChidiac is not having any luck this season. The Australian, one of the great promises of her country that is celebrating its second season of rojiblanco, had a major ankle injury that has had almost the entire season in the dry dock: “I had to take care of the mental part and go through physical rehabilitation for the first time. It is not easy to see everyone play week after week, especially since our girls have done very well in the Champions League,” he explained. “There have been many games and opportunities that I have missed this year, but I think I have learned a lot from knowing what it is like to be injured and how to be a better teammate without playing,” he said. The Matilda have only played three minutes in a game so far this season.The Australian now focuses on solidarity after spending the fortnight of fortnight in her country: “I am thinking of doing a community development course and thought it would be a very good opportunity to learn more about the community and the charities that exist.” She has volunteered for Variety: The Children’s Charite. “It has been really good for me to go out and separate myself from soccer, rehabilitation and that routine to pack some toys,” he said. Alex Chidiac has finally arrived in Australia. The Atlético player has gone through an authentic odyssey to travel from the capital of Spain to Melbourne with more than 45 hours of travel on practically empty flights. The rojiblanca midfielder told her experience to APP. Three weeks he has been unable to leave Madrid in what he describes as “mysterious blockade”. After several transshipments and dead hours at airports in different countries, Chidiac came to Australia: “It was brutal getting home.”“There weren’t many flights and I’ve been in contact with the consulate by phone quite often to see what would be the best route,” the international player related. The footballer had to make several transfers on almost empty flights: “It all came down to going through Frankfurt or Paris, but in both I had to wait fifteen hours, so it was about choosing the best airport to stay … I had to make a bed with some tables … “.last_img

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