The first time people met Liao Lei was at the National Games. At that time, as a defender of the Shandong team, he defended the honor of Shandong in the National Games-although he did not reach the finals, he will naturally receive attention from the Luneng youth training.
It's time for Weifang Cup and National Youth Team to appear again. As a player of the Luneng youth team, he was in the same class as Yang Yilin (now Meizhou Hakka) and Chen Guoliang (now Shenzhen player) for Luneng and Guoqing. Although sometimes sitting on the bench in the country, Liao Lei is still an important rotation player for the national youth coach-with his performance in two aspects, coupled with the cooperation between Luneng Youth Training and Jumilla of Spain, Liao Lei successfully stayed abroad and joined Murcia student team.
(Liao Lei in Luneng era)
(Liao Lei in the national youth era)
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Although in West C, life is not easy with Liao Lei's training. Taking training as an example, in addition to following the team's training and the technical and tactical training for Chinese players, Liao Lei and his brother will go to the power room 4 times a week. “I didn’t see Spain’s pass-and-control football. Instead, I realized how important physical training is. I didn’t know how important physical training is. Sometimes I train in the morning and evening, and I go to the strength room in the afternoon. I feel a little tired and uncomfortable in the practice, but I will enjoy it later.” Only the fingers that have been drained of blood will pop the world’s swan song; only after sweating, will there be amazing performances that make people’s eyes Yiliang.
In the Murcia student team, Liao Lei scored a goal after making one appearance on the bench. He has also performed well in the national U19 league. In the following two seasons, Liao Lei successively represented the Murcia students and Los Garez to continue to participate in the Spanish League C. He played 30 games in West C, including 22 starts and scoring 1 goal. This only goal was quite dramatic.
It is a pity that this kind of fond memory was suddenly cut off when I returned to China. In this "crazy" summer for Shenzhen fans, Liao Lei seems to have become the "footnote" and "addition" in the "14-member group"-Dai Weijun has secured the U21 quota, Liu Yue and Zhang Yuan All have a chance to play. After spending nearly half a season, Liao Lei is naturally unwilling to "stuck in a stable" to join Xiangtao. This is an adventure, a challenge, and a growth.
(Poster of Liao Lei joining Shenzhen)
For Xiang Tao, the joining of Liao Lei is undoubtedly adding another talent to the back line. Looking at the roster last season, none of the defenders were pure full-backs-Yu Tianzhu and others were just cameos, and Wang Chen finally took up his boots at the full-back position. His arrival can bring thickness to Xiang Tao’s defense on the wing; on offense, as the Murcia student team coach Alberto said when talking about Liao Lei, he is a fast player, double He can play skillfully with his feet, and his headers have improved a lot, but he lacks experience and aggressiveness-the style is biased towards Alfonso Davis’s Liao base, if necessary, he can be a winger, a midfielder or even a full back. It is Xiangtao's rare "magic oil" and "offensive X factor".
Peng Beihai, Feng Chaoyang, and carrying books and swords on the road. Since the young man is ambitious, he will only take care of the storm. Rush, Liao Lei! People from Xiangtao are here!