Scamaka was called the “bad boy” in the Italian media because of his impressive physical condition and his body covered with many tattoos. But the Italian football player on the sidelines is a completely different person, a humble boy full of dreams. His history may make you reflect.
Scamacca revealed in an interview with the “Sports Weekly” (LGdS) Supplement that people often look at his appearance and use it as a basis for judgment. -They said I was crazy because I got tattoos. I am arrogant because I left Rome to play for PSV in the Netherlands when I was 16 years old. The Italian striker admitted that some people even call me a bad guy because I have changed on the pitch: I fight for victory and I am ready to do everything to win.
In the next part of the conversation, Scamaka mentioned his difficult childhood when he grew up in a poor area on the outskirts of Rome. -My father is a tow truck driver and my mother is a hairdresser, but then they fired her and took care of the house. We received a social unit, which was taken by us when I started playing football to make money. He realized that at that time other people needed him more. Sometimes we don’t have water or electricity in our house. When I was in school, I thought of what we were going to eat today. I am a lazy student. I like sports and history the most because I have always been interested in what happened in the past, Scamacca continued.
The Italian striker also talked about comparing him with AC Milan player Zlatan Ibrahimovic. “I think the best way for young players is to play as much as possible and steal secrets from experienced teammates.” But of course, if you go to a team where you are the deputy champion, the The team is 39 years old and can’t participate in all competitions. That will not bother me at all. This is an excitement for me. I play Serie A and I only see good things. Are there many rumors about my future? I dreamed of playing there like many other kids-emphasized Scamacca and hinted that he hopes to perform in Milan in the future.
-When I went to the Netherlands to make high heels, someone asked me if I imagined Ibrahimović. […] I have watched videos about Zlatan’s tricks many times, and I thought: He looks like me! The Italian striker concludes.
Scamaka has performed very well in the club run by Davide Ballardini this season. In 24 games in all competitions, he has scored 9 goals and 2 assists. The center of progress is also the international youth of Italy.
On Sunday, April 18, Genoa will arrive in San Siro and face Milan in Serie A.