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23-year-old angolan striker stands out in Portugal and dreams of playing for the 'Palancas Negras'

Angolan Rui Társio, only 23 years old, has been outstanding in Portuguese football. The footballer, who wears the Alcochetense jersey, has always been passionate about this sport and reveals that his dream is to make the Angolan national team.


In an interview with Angop, the forward from the Alcochete club in Setúbal says that football is "in his blood" and that from the work he has done so far his dream of playing for the 'black palanques' may become a reality.

Despite saying that his dream is to represent Angola, the forward stresses that "he doesn't make it a priority" and that the achievement of his goal will always depend on his work.

Vincando that he has no connection with the Angolan Football Federation, Rui Társio revealed that he will continue to work for the invitation to come.

To make this happen, the player says that the goal now is to grow. Estimating that the Portuguese club should rise from the 1st District Division of Setubal to the Portuguese Championship - considered the third largest league in Portugal after the 2nd and 1st leagues - in the next season 2020/21, the youngster says that the challenges will be greater and that this will make him grow professionally.

Rui Társio has been living in Portugal for five years. In the 2019/20 season the youngster was almost the best scorer in the Setubal district, where he scored 13 goals with the Alcochetense jersey. However, he eventually lost the title to Bruninho of Oriental Dragon, who scored 16 goals.

Still in the same interview, Rui Társio said he had already received invitations from other clubs, however, he did not reveal any names, stressing that he is still analysing the proposals.

As for the players he has always had as a reference in the world of football, the Angolan revealed that he has always liked Ronaldinho Gaucho and Ronaldo 'O Fenómeno'. "Lent also inspired me, but nowadays Neymar is my main reference", he added.

As for the Angolan championship, the athlete considered that there is a lack of disclosure of the race. If Girabola had more publicity, it would be better known and could make Angolan players better known to the foreign market, he believes.

"I feel a growing devaluation of Girabola coming even from Angola, because without disclosure the players are not valued," he admitted.

Rui Társio was born in Luanda and has already worn the jersey of the 1.º de Agosto. In Portugal he played for CD Mafra, Prainha FC and at Alcochetense (where he is currently).

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