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lunes, 16 de mayo de 2022

Argentine soccer player who plays in the United States goes viral on TikTok

Nicolás Molina went through the youth teams of River Plate, came to the United States to study, went viral on TikTok and now has a contract with North Carolina FC of USL 1.




The world of football has all kinds of stories, from footballers who come out of dangerous neighborhoods to succeed in big clubs, those who go through all the training processes or elements such as Nicolás Molina, an Argentine player who went through the inferior River Plate, came to United States to study college, went viral on TikTok and now has a contract with North Carolina FC of USL 1.


The man born in Buenos Aires, Argentina 23 years ago, spoke with Infobae about what the popularity he has on the most important social network of the moment means, the opportunity to play in university football alongside his studies and about get a contract with a team from the American third division.


“Since I started playing professionally, I had a lot of free time and I know that many guys are in the same position as I was a few years ago. I found it interesting to tell my story, experience, how it went in Argentina, how I got to the United States. A bit of what I did for those who are interested in going to study and play”.


"I didn't think it would have such an impact. I know that TikTok is a social network where the video can be shot so easily, but I did not expect to have so many views and so many people talking to me by private message. Referring to the questions that people ask him about his departure from River, soccer in the United States and the salaries that exist in North American soccer.


The player from Buenos Aires signed with North Carolina FC of USL 1 (North American third division) in February of this year after having played in the university circuit at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. His contract has a duration of 9 months and expires on November 30.


He also added, "To go to study and play in the United States, you not only have to be a good player, you have to have the profile: know English, commit to studying and it is sometimes difficult to find that player profile in Argentina." He is currently waiting to resolve the issue of his visa in order to debut with his club.

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