Petr Cech fulfils childhood dream in ice hockey debut for Guildford PhoenixCat:未分類

Former Arsenal and Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech claims his hockey debut for Guildford Phoenix is the realisation of a childhood dream. Cech made a man-of-the-match performance as his penalty shootout save helped his on Sunday to a success against Swindon Wildcats 2. The 37-year-old signed Phoenix, who perform National Ice Hockey League South 2week following his first retirement from soccer. It is sort of a childhood dream to come and play 1 match, which includes [now] happened, said Cech, whose punishment save as netminder maintained Phoenixs best start in the next game of the season. Nobody will ever take this away from me, which is actually great. Cech hopes his surprise change of sport, where he will compete together with working as performance and technical advisor at Chelsea, may behave for kids as motivation to think in attaining their objectives. If you have a dream and you chase it and you do whatever to make it happen… Ive done that in football and all of my dreams come true, he further added. I said,this may be the final dream I had been expecting to [tick off]. However, I worked out for this. I believe it can behave as something for your young players to understand that in the event you chase your dreams, then great things could happen. Cech, that wore a helmet which carried the colors of Chelsea and clubs Arsenal, admitted he had desired to become an ice hockey player as a kid, however, his family were not able to afford the cost of the gear. He disclosed former Chelsea team-mates John Terry and Didier Drogba had delivered him good fortune messages from the. The Czechs debut was watched by for a fixture which would get between 50 and 70 spectators over 900 people at the Guildford Spectrum. Read more here: