“Miss you ‘My Brother’ Son Heung-min, I know how hard you tried”…a friendship from far away in Australia

A gesture of friendship has flown in from Australia to Son Heung-min (Tottenham).
The friendship came from Melbourne City midfielder Tolgay Aslan.

He made a big change this year, moving to the Australian A-League after playing in Europe with Hamburg, Besiktas, Fenerbahçe, and Udinese.
Aslan spoke to the A-League and opened up about his friendship with Son Heung-min.

Aslan was asked about the superstars he’s played alongside, and he named Son Heung-min.
Aslan played for Hamburg from 2009 to 2015.

Son joined Hamburg’s youth program in 2008 and broke into the first team in 2010, where he played until 2013. 카지노

Aslan, 33, is two years older than Son, 31.

The two were as close as brothers, Aslan said.
Aslan described Son as “my brother.

He said, “I miss my brother Son Heung-min so much.

We spent our childhood together and were really close.

The memories are vivid.

We were together 24/7 and had an amazing time.

I also remember his mother cooking for us.”
He hasn’t played for the same team since leaving Hamburg.

After Leverkusen, Son moved to Tottenham, where he became a world-class player.

He became the first Asian to win the top scorer award in the English Premier League (EPL).
Aslan says, “To this day, Son and I have a good relationship.

I am very happy for what he has achieved.

I know how much effort he has put in.”
Aslan also mentioned another player he played with at Besiktas, Pepe.
“Pepe is notorious,” he said.

But no one would believe me if I told you that Pepe was the nicest person I’ve ever met.

He was awesome.

Even in training, if a fight broke out, it was Pepe who would say, ‘Please don’t fight,'” he recalls.
As for why he chose Australia, he says, “I’m happy to be here.

I’m happy to continue my career here. I’ve experienced Europe, and an older player like me can offer experience here.

My son is also playing soccer here. I have to give them hope.

You have to show them this country, you have to make them proud.

I have a responsibility to make Australia stronger,” he said.

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