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RMC : 12/12 – Luis Attaque – 17h-18h
Il donne ses impressions sur le championnat anglais, son aventure avec West Ham, son arrivée à Newcastle, l’ambiance au sein du club pour les français et francophones. Mais il parle aussi de son parcours atypique et de la CAN qui arrive bientôt.
J’adore [ce football anglais]. Je quitte plus l’Angleterre je crois. J’ai beaucoup progressé depuis que je suis arrivé d’Hoffenheim.
Pour un attaquant je pense que c’est mieux l’Angleterre [que l’Allemagne]. Le jeu est plus ouvert.
Europa League, je dirais oui, Ligue des Champions ça sera compliqué. L’objectif de se maintenir c’était pour la saison dernier. Cette saison c’est la première partie du championnat.
English interview cliff-notes:
Loving England, the Prem.
Great atmosphere in dressing room. French is spoken a lot, they get some stick for it from the English but it’s all in good spirits.
Liberating for players like him, Cabaye or Marveaux. They weren’t too well known so they could just go out there and do their thing.
Yes a lot of French players, but first and foremost the club has chosen good characters.
Such an attack minded league he feels comfortable in it so much so you forget to defend sometimes. Feels it’s easier for a striker than it was in Germany.
Talks about there being more freedom for players in England. Players aren’t asked to be there too early in advance. Him and Cabaye like this change as they can spend their mornings with their families.
Europa League: very possible. Champions League: Too complicated. Staying up was the objective last season. This year club wants to finish top half.
Player he admired:
– Thierry Henry.
Opponent impressed by:
– Didier Drogba.
Best player played with:
– Carlos Eduardo.
– Cabaye very clever and HBA will often do stuff against you that will make you feel lost.
HBA played well against ‘Manchester’, came off at HT v Chelsea then never played at Norwich. Is there a problem?
– No problem. It was complicated for him to come on, we were down to 10 men. Pardew prefered to use wing players who would be going back and forth, up and down the pitch.
Is he still there that Jonas?