Gabriel Magalhaes admitted his problem in the first season was poor English

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Arsenal centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes has admitted that his problem in the first season was poor English communication, which resulted in poor communication with his team-mates. Therefore, I went to tutor and concentrated until it was much better. The results were already displayed on the field.

The 23-year-old defender joined from Lille for £27.5 million last season. But faced trials for injuries, suspensions, contracting COVID-19, or in the summer he suffered a knee injury and missed a part in the Brazilian national team’s Olympic kit to win the gold medal in Tokyo Japan .

However, in September, the situation in the team improved, the real match 3 league games, the 100% team managed to collect two clean sheets, which Gabriel admitted that the work was good because talking to the villagers already knew about it. 

Gabriel Magalhaes admitted his problem in the first season was poor English

“I think above all on the pitch. The language used to communicate is the hardest thing for myself to adjust to,” he opened his mouth to Sky Sports.

 “There are many players who can communicate in French, Portuguese and Spanish, but in this country you have to speak English and that’s my rock.” 

“My English language is not yet complete. But it’s better than ever. And that helped me a lot.” 

The chemistry between Gabriel and centre-back Ben White was essential. And now the Brazilian footballer sees it as a good day and night.

“Ben and I both experienced a full season in the English Premier League last year. Until now, we will get to know each other better.” 

“We need to coordinate more. But as far as I can see, it is considered to be elevated and improved in every game. I think it will turn out well for the rest of the season.” 

“We want to be a strong, aggressive centre-back pair.” 

back four – goalkeeper of ‘Cannons’ are almost UN, chasing after Dan Arom Ramsdale (England), right-back Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan), Ben White (England), Himself (Brazil) and Kirei. N. Tierney (Scotland)