“Now I can speak English, but not much; I’ll try: Moisés Caicedo polishes his English, with which his Brighton & Hove Albion teammates help him | Ecuadoreans abroad | Sports

Moises Kaisedou not only speaks English in British courts, but also about it. A few months after daring to give his first interview in a language not his, the young Ecuadorean midfielder for Brighton & Hove Albion demonstrated his fluent mastery of the dominant language in England.

“Now I can speak English, but not much. But I will try,” Caicedo said in a video shared by the Gaviotas club on social networks on Monday. Spanish translation: “Now I can speak English, But not much; But I will try (for the interview).”

Fully in English, the player for the Ecuadorean soccer team was honest about the help he received from his teammates to finish understanding the tactical provisions. “I’m very happy because I learned a lot with the players,” he said, referring to the support of midfielders Adam Lallana and Pascal Gross and Argentina’s Alexis McAllister.

goal against United

Last May, Kaisedou appeared on the English Premier League networks. That was against Manchester United, in Brighton’s 4-0 win. The Ecuadorean, who had already won the title, opened the account after 15 minutes. Prior to that, in April, he assisted in a 2-1 win over Arsenal.

In his first full interview in English, Caicedo spoke about his origins, his appearances for his country against Messi and his admiration for Pogba.

“For me, for my family, it was very special because I always dreamed of playing in the Premier League against great teams. It was good because I helped (in the Emirates),” said the tricolor.

Meanwhile, regarding the match against the Red Devils, he said: “I couldn’t believe it. I just shot. It was a good shot. I was so excited.” I danced (in celebration) because I was so touched as people celebrated my goal, my teammates. It was so special to me, it was a dream come true.”

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Kaiseido (20 years old) is preparing for the next season in England, Which will start on August 7.Specifically, against United. “I am training very well, and I am focused. Next season will be very tough and I need to be tough, with a good mentality.”

The young midfielder, who was often called up by coach Gustavo Alvaro, is also preparing to join the national team, which will play in the World Cup finals at the end of the year. (Dr)

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