An idol for Grêmio fans, defender Walter Kannemann could complete another expressive brand of gaming for Grêmio and put his name in the club’s history once again. A relic and one of the symbols of the club’s recent achievements, the Argentine can make up to 200 matches wearing the blue, black and white No. 4 jersey. In addition, the player could be the third foreigner to reach this mark for the club from Rio Grande do Sul. Only Atilio Ancheta and Hugo De León are part of this select group of foreigners who have played in two hundred matches for Porto Alegre.
In his sixth club season, here the player was called up for the first time for his country, in 2019, after performing well in the service of Grêmio. “Gringo”, as his teammates call him, is known to be a cheerful off-fours person and a warrior on the field. A foreigner with the biggest tricolor nickname in recent decades, Kannemann has shared the last eight accomplishments in his nearly five years at home.
“I am very happy to have reached yet another impressive number of games for Grêmio and to put my name in the club’s history with this number of games. I would like to thank the management, my teammates and the fans for all the support I have received so far. Tricolor games and titles. Rest assured that race and delivery will not be available Never,” says the Grêmio 4 . shirt
This mark can be reached in Sunday’s game, against Santa Cruz, at the Arena. In addition to completing the games, the Argentine can participate in another tricolor title, as the game is valid for the Recopa Gaúcha final in 2021. One of the best defenders in America, elected in 2018, Kannemann has 199 matches for the tricolor, scoring four goals and three assists. With eight titles, the Argentine is the foreigner who has lifted the most trophies for the club and could make history again, reaching the personal record of 200 appearances.
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