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Nobre's wish

Beşiktaş goalkeeper Mert Nobre, says that he wants to use his skills in the Turkish National Team

Appearing as a guest on "Cola Turka Footballer Journal" the Black&White footballer said he has been in Turkey for many years and went on to say, “I love Turkey.  I feel as at home here as I do in Brazil.  I am a real fan of the Turks.  In fact, I would really like to offer my skills to the guys I admire on the Turkish National Team. I would like to be noticed by Terim and be chosen to play."

Nobre, when asked about the fact that most of his goals during the match had been thrown during the second half of the game, said, "I have never thought about that at all. That would mean that the positions that didn’t come in the first half came in the second half. It’s a weird situation but a very strange coincidence.”

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