The Lens midfielder intends to build on the lessons of last season. A watchword: continuity
Since the record of the past season is good, we might as well bet on continuity. It is the choice of Gaël Kakuta, titular playmaker of RC Lens. Returned home a year ago now, the Lensois is in the bath. He found his place there.
We could have feared a necessary braking before the truce. Gaël Kakuta was unable to join his selection to compete in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. “I had some ankle problems but I feel a lot better. The truce allowed me to settle all that. It remains to deal with the little frustration of staying wisely at home while his teammates took two important points for qualifying. “I didn’t leave, it’s a bit boring especially since these are important matches. But I hope to be with them for the future. ”
Focused on his mission with Lens, the midfielder has yet to open his counter. The one who finished top scorer of the club last season takes his trouble patiently. ” Statistics ? They will happen. I will not worry about it. What interests me most is that, collectively, the intensity is always the same. We are continuing the path of the last season. Individually, it will come. ”
Speaking of the bond, Kakuta takes an interesting look at the very up-and-coming David Pereira Da Costa. Pure number 10, the Portuguese aspires one day to become a starter in this team. “David is a very good player, a crack as they say. He shows himself more and more. He reminds me a bit of myself when I was very young back then. “Now more seasoned, Gaël Kakuta is ready for this first meeting in Bordeaux, Sunday at 3 pm. Unless there is a big surprise or a physical problem, he will hold his place. “Bordeaux is Bordeaux. The club has recruited well but we will give our all to come home with points. We have a successful team, everyone. As soon as you get up you are at 100%. ”
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