Preferenze sulla Privacy dell'Utente

Quando si visita un sito Web, è possibile che vengano archiviate o recuperate informazioni sul browser, principalmente sotto forma di cookie. Queste informazioni potrebbero riguardare te, le tue preferenze, il tuo dispositivo o utilizzate per far funzionare il sito come previsto. Le informazioni di solito non ti identificano direttamente, ma possono offrirti un'esperienza web più personalizzata. Puoi scegliere di non consentire alcuni tipi di cookie. Tuttavia, dovresti sapere che il blocco di alcuni tipi di cookie può influire sulla tua esperienza sul sito.

Cookie Necessari

Questi cookie sono necessari per il funzionamento del sito Web e non possono essere disattivati ​​nei nostri sistemi. Di solito sono impostati solo in risposta alle azioni da te effettuate che equivalgono a una richiesta di servizi, come l'impostazione delle preferenze sulla privacy, l'accesso o la compilazione di moduli. È possibile impostare il browser in modo da bloccare o avvisare l'utente per questi cookie, ma alcune parti del sito potrebbero non funzionare.


Cookie Funzionali

Questi cookie ci consentono di conteggiare le visite e le fonti di traffico, in modo da poter misurare e migliorare le prestazioni del nostro sito. Ci aiutano a sapere quali sono le pagine più e meno popolari e vedere come i visitatori interagiscono con il sito. Tutte le informazioni raccolte da questi cookie sono aggregate e quindi anonime. Se non autorizzi questi cookie, non sapremo quando hai visitato il nostro sito.


Cookie Commerciali

I cookie per il marketing vengono utilizzati per monitorare i visitatori nei siti web. L'intento è quello di visualizzare annunci pertinenti e coinvolgenti per il singolo utente e quindi quelli di maggior valore per gli editori e gli inserzionisti terzi.

Cookie per Social Networks

Si tratta dei cookie che consentono di condividere anche con altri utenti i contenuti del sito che si sta visitando. Sono i cookie tipicamente utilizzati per attivare le funzioni “Mi piace” o “Segui” dei Social Network quali Facebook e Twitter, solo per citarne alcuni. Queste funzioni consentono ai Social Network di identificare i propri utenti e raccogliere informazioni anche mentre navigano su altri siti.

Rachid Kouda guest of I.C. "Dante Alighieri" in Aulla

Rachid Kouda guest of I.C. "Dante Alighieri" in Aulla

12 March 2024 - 16:03
Rachid Kouda guest of I.C. "Dante Alighieri" in Aulla

The synergy between Spezia Calcio and local institutes continues, and this morning, at the Tobagi Council Chamber of the Municipality of Aulla, Aquilotto midfielder Rachid Kouda was warmly welcomed by the students of the first classes of I.C. "Dante Alighieri" as part of the "Io Calciatore" project, in the presence of Aulla Mayor Roberto Valettini, Vice Mayor Roberto Cipriani, Sports Delegate Alessandro Andellini, School Headmistress Silvia Bennati and teacher Laura Penuti.
Numerous questions were asked by the hundred or so pupils present, who did not leave out any topic: from childhood, to the sacrifices to become a professional soccer player, from the biggest dream to the emotions felt in making his debut in big league soccer and scoring in the Serie B, touching then also on passions outside the green rectangle:
"Since I was a child, I have made many sacrifices to cultivate my passion and even in the most difficult moments I have never wavered, because soccer besides being my job is my greatest passion and I could never be without it. My family has been instrumental, they have always supported me, even though leaving home was difficult and the night before I moved to Cagliari we all cried together, even though we knew it was the right thing to do for my future and my professional and personal growth," began Rachid Kouda, who then continued, "The call from Spezia? I did not want to believe it and I can say that it was a call that made my eyes shine. I arrived on tiptoe in an important square and initially I won't hide that I had a little fear, but once on the field I abandoned it and every day I always try to improve and contribute to the cause.
Study? I would like to start university, maybe not right away, but it's something I promised myself I would do because studying is important for anyone, even for us soccer players. 
The strongest soccer player I've played with so far is definitely Daniele Verde, an extraordinary talent and he is proving it this season as well; I don't have any jubilation, because scoring is so beautiful and exciting that I try to freely enjoy everything that springs up after the ball has swelled the net.
Social media? I don't read the comments, either good or bad, because you should never be influenced by those who write behind a keyboard, and this applies both to us sportsmen, who are always in the spotlight, but also to every individual.
My parents are both from Burkina Faso, but I grew up in Carate Brianza, although I have been a few times in their country of origin and I must say that my cousins, my grandparents and all the people there have always made me feel at home.
Personally, I really like it when people stop me in the street, and I remember when I myself used to do that when I met my idols, and I always try to be very helpful to everyone.
Our fans are exceptional, you can feel an incredible passion and they have always supported us, even in away matches, always pushing us to give our best; I believe that when things go wrong the booing is fair and understandable, it's up to us to turn it into applause, but to do that we have to work and improve what hasn't worked so far: it's from this continuous exchange that we can draw the strength to reach our goals".
Finally, the unfailing autograph moment, with the very young fans who did not miss the opportunity to get to know the Aquilotto player up close, taking photos alongside him and getting autographed the numerous gadgets donated by the Aquilotto club to celebrate the event in the best possible way.