The Unique Moment of Twin Brothers Facing Each Other as Rivals
Special Clash in the League
The event takes place outside the Azkuna Zentroa in Bilbao, just a few meters away from the home of Jorge Mier, an Amorebieta player who returns to play after recovering from a month-long muscle injury. On Sunday, Jorge, the right back of the blues, will face his twin brother Javier in a league clash in Lezama against Huesca. This will be the first time the brothers compete as rivals in their careers, making it a truly unique moment. DEIA brings them together to discuss their experiences in a relaxed and humorous conversation.
The Significance of Sunday’s Game
What does Sunday’s game mean, because it is the first time you have faced each other as rivals?
JORGE: It means more than just another game because playing against your own brother is special. Since we went our separate ways in 2021, with him in the Second Division (Oviedo) and me in the First RFEF (Unionistas), we knew this moment would come. It’s an emotional situation because not many brothers can say they have faced each other in professional football, especially as twins.
JAVIER: I agree with what Jorge said. It’s not common to see two twins playing against each other, especially when we look so alike. This match is special because it’s a first for us, and we hope Huesca comes out on top.
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