I quit football when I was 15 years old. 

It’s not a career path I could follow in life, but I do not regret it. 

I did not see myself in the football field. 

The best thing that I got out of football was the knowledge of a great player and coach, Gianluca Di Stefano. 

He taught me a lot about the game, taught me about leadership, how to be a leader. 

But football has taught me more than all of that.

Football taught me to love the sport of football, and it has made me an active member of society. 

After a few years, I left football, but still I love football, because it’s the only sport I can relate to and that’s what I will always love. 

Football has always been a way to connect with the world. 

And football has given me the confidence to be an entrepreneur and to take risks. 

For me, it has been a wonderful experience.