Why did you start playing street football in the first place?
I always liked dribbling and playing on concrete in the breaks in school. So, when I saw the first Akka-Magazine videos when I was a kid, I wanted to learn these skills to be the best in the schoolyard. After that, I wanted to gain respect at the local street football court.
Who is your idol?
Now it’s weird to say idol. But when I was new in the game, I always loved the style of Jeand Doest, and when I saw him playing live, I was very inspired by the way he flows, improvises and always have fun. Also, Soufiane Bencok has always been one of my favorites because of his style and the way he dances with ball.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I have a dream of making street football projects like Pannahouse and Street Society has done in Copenhagen, but then in Portuguese speaking countries like Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique and Angola. But also, I want to be inspired by the skateboard culture and make videos that are as expressive and well-made as skate videos, and through this hopefully sell clothing/balls/shoes. Doing that, hopefully other brands want to make street football collections too. The end goal is to be Gucci-sponsored, so hit me up if you have a contact!