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Kevin Danzo before Lens-Arsenal: “I sometimes feel more English than anything else” – C1 – Gr.  B – Lens-Arsenal

Kevin Danzo before Lens-Arsenal: “I sometimes feel more English than anything else” – C1 – Gr. B – Lens-Arsenal

Danzo, stars in your eyes.

Austrian international, Kevin Danzo could have taken a different route. Trained in England, at Reading and Milton Keynes Dons, Lensois can claim to play as a defender. Three Lions, despite leaving England relatively early at 16. This Tuesday evening, at Bollaert-Delelis, he faces the Kingdom’s vice-champion Arsenal. to TeamHe returned to his relationship with English football: “ My elder brother, who is very close to me, is a big fan of Arsenal. […] Even though I was a United fan like my other big brother, he always wanted me to support them. He bought me a jersey as a kid. » His family, some of whom still live in England, will also be in the lens enclosure stand: “ He [son frère fan des Gunners] So I will be there as will all my family from England. »

He will not be completely out against a team he has already faced many times in his youth and left nothing but good memories with: I played a lot against Arsenal in the academy as a youngster. They often beat us 14-1, 15-0, but as we got older, we started winning some games. » For example, the teams he has already played against a certain Eddy Ngedia. But the Premier League player who always makes him dream doesn’t play at Arsenal, or even at MU: Of course the player who had an impact on me was Didier Drogba. If I met him today, I think I would cry because he means so much to me. » Lensois, however, has a vivid memory of the country he saw growing up, which he has never forgotten: It’s weird, sometimes I feel more English than anything, sometimes more Austrian or Ghanaian. »

As Drogba excels defensively, it’s time for him to perform defensively as well. Kannadas.