Pablo Rosario (r.) fights with Quincy Promes during the training of Orange in the run-up to the match between the Netherlands and Germany.
In 2012, we published the previously recorded The price of heaven, where the 12-year-old Pablo Paulino Rosario plays the leading role. Playing at the Amsterdam DWS, adorned with a beautiful rastastaart, provides his father a great career as a small dribbelaar but stays away from the girls and the wrong friends.
Pablo’s dad, originally from the Dominican Republic, has a dream: “Pablo boy, I want the queen you ever a kiss and a necklace and says: you’re now a Knight of Orange. Because the Dutch national team to the finals you have won.”
With loyal hondenogen watching the little Pablo in the back of the car in nothing. A great picture of father and son by filmmaker Jack Janssen. Six years later, the now 21-year-old Rosario after an eventful career path along Swift, Feyenoord, DWS, Ajax, Almere City FC and PSV quite on course. He gets under the wing of coach Ronald Koeman the chance in the Dutch national team to play. “It can be weird and hard go in football, but I’m still not where I want to be. We are only just on the way.”
Rosario (second from left) listens attention during the training of Orange.
Pride and joy that spanned the reactions of the parents of the PSV-midfielder after his selection. Last week, sounded his name in Europe after his great hit against Internazionale in the Champions League. “I attach a lot of value on the opinion of the people in my immediate vicinity. They have always for me klaargestaan and the best with me. We have all done. My father was always involved in football and my mother took care of the upbringing,” said Rosario, who is from a broken family, often skipped to Orange so is not a path of roses, initially.
It makes a possibly debut for the Dutch national team, only more beautiful and impressive. “In the ArenA they will all be present. Yes, there are quite a few: my parents, I have three brothers and four sisters and many aunts and uncles. It is pressure in that box.”
Rosario, here in the shirt of Almere City.
Rosario is not directly speelminuten, but if he do, will he use both hands to grasp it. The loss of the injured Davy Pröpper offers additional perspective. “I feel sorry for Davy, I know well of PSV.” The Amsterdammer is not the figure to seem to go away. Youth coaches at Ajax called him one of the most positive player that they have experienced: always happy, always with a smile on his face.
“I am an open guy, cheerful, yes. That they me have turned away at Ajax, I found then not like it and I understood neither. It was a snapshot. Three, four months, I was sidelined due to an injury, but the year before that I was a captain in the B2. In a generation with Abdelhak Nouri, Donny van de Beek, Noussair Mazraoui and Steven Bergwijn. This is my path should be and I have peace of mind. Actually it is the best thing I could happen. I am the faith in myself never lost.”
Rosario frustrated by the loss of PSV against Internazionale.
Nor for PSV, where he is the player of the Jong PSV, mainly as a substitute had to do with the first team under coach Phillip Cocu. How great the faith of the successor of Mark van Bommel is in Rosario is apparent from his confidence in the defensive midfield, which is the quality always the solution forward to search. “That I would like to see in a player at that position. A lot of players in that role have to play the ball wide or back”, said Koeman, a special quality to the 21-year-old midfielder.
Van Bommel holds Rosario’s Mexican miljoenenaanwinst Erick Gutierrez is already on the bank. “For me, it has the trainerswissel good for me.”
Rosario played all competitions for Young Orange.
An understatement, because after the rapping of a number of Lijpe, a Dutch-Moroccan rapper, for his fellow internationals is Pablo Paulino Rosario now dedicated to the big Orange. No more to leave?.”You come to Zeist to be there to stay. I’m going to get to do everything.”