Jose Maria Lopez, Spanish journalist Anthony Martial ‘s performance at Sevilla has be describ as a failure,
with the 26-year-old being loaned to Sevilla on a six-month contract by Ralph Rangnick at the time. winter market for the opportunity to change the fate of the career path After becoming a surplus in the squad
, Martial was unable to pass the ball to the net in nine La Liga games and suffered two months of injury
that prompted Sevilla to turn down Marc. Cial, with club chairman Jose Castro citing this as a failed deal, most
recently described Martial’s period in Spain as a failure.
Many expected the stint at Sevilla to kickstart a new chapter in Martial’s career. And he could realistically make the move a permanent one and revive his reputation out in Spain – instead, it comes away with more damage than beforehand.
. Martial’s time as a Sevilla player could only be describ as a huge failure. For the money invest, expectations are creat. And the worst works are worse than the worst,” he wrote for UFABET .
“Including the fact that he scored two goals and one assist (equal to Monaco at the age of 18). But at that time he played 15 games in a team competing for the title (Radamel ) Falcao and (Dimitar) Berbatov.”