Bernard Diomede: “He was drawn to the offensive game!”

At a press conference, about Timothy PembelliAnd Vladimir Petkovic He had emphasized seeing the Bordeaux defender as a side, and he was nonetheless trained at Paris Saint-Germain as a central defender. “I didn’t feel that his way of playing was very central. In Paris, when he played more centrally, he was with the youth. After that, with the pros, he started more as a right-back. He didn’t play much of course, but I think he can do some good things in this. Center “.

His coach with the under-20 team of the French national team, Bernard Diomedes, also commented on the topic at Southwest. “He was drawn to the offensive game! That’s the real question about him. For me, the defender has to defend above all else. When you play against low blocks it’s okay, but against very big teams you have to show defensive qualities: have the safety of doubling back and forth. , working tactically on the center, and one against one.”.

In Bordeaux, he played 13 league matches (983 minutes of play), with one goal and collecting two yellow cards. The question among proponents is above all a misunderstanding, which Enoch Kwanteng sees too often in his niche.

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