Braithwaite admired Ronaldo and surrenders to Messi’s talent

first_imgMartin Braithwaite (28 years) is not a forward to use. His ideal position is that of nine, but he can also turn on his sides as an extreme and even exercise indoors. Options that in the Leganés He looked frequently and they fit his personality. “I like responsibility and pressure. It’s a matter of playing and enjoying. My job is to be offensive, to score goals, to show … Nothing to be shy,” he confessed to ACE in his first interview in Spain just landed in the winter market of 2019. The Leganés achieved his assignment of the Middlesbrough after having treated the loan in summer. The insistence of Txema Indias, sports director, was key. On his trips to Toulouse I had seen him on the spot when he played with the Gauls.From Guyanese father, Braithwaite was born in Denmark. He is currently one of the leaders of his team. A goal from you to Ireland allowed the classification of the combined for the Euro 2020. There is a leader. It is also responsible. He arrived in Leganés after having studied for months the movements of his future companions through videos. Admire Laudrup, the last Danish who put on Barça’s shirt and who recommended his signing. “He’s the best player in Denmark’s history, but my idol is another … I’ve always wanted to be like Ronaldo Nazario. I love the game of Brazilians! “Of course, he also surrenders to Messi: “There are many people who believe it is possible to stop Messi. He always does something to you and all you can do is wait for him to fail or have a great day as a team to stop him.”last_img read more

Chelsea defensive starlet: ‘Loan move away would be a step back’

first_img Young Chelsea defender Nathan Ake 1 Young Chelsea defender Nathan Ake says he has no plans to leave the club on loan as he looks to break into the first-team.The 19-year-old has found first-team action hard to come by this season, making two appearances in the Capital One Cup, one in the Champions League and none in the Premier League.However, despite the lack of opportunities, Ake has revealed that talks with Jose Mourinho have convinced him to stay at Stamford Bridge.“I feel I am getting closer to the first XI and a loan move would take me further back,” Ake told NUSport.“I recently had a conversation with Jose Mourinho, he feels that I am progressing well and asked me to keep improving.“I feel I am doing well and can compete at the top level for 90 minutes. The goal this season is to play as many minutes of first-team football as possible.”last_img read more