Alex Teles explains his position in the Selection and talks about the decision to leave the Premier League | Brazilian team
Filled in on the left aspect of the Squad for this Friday’s pleasant in opposition to Ghana at 3.30pm, Alex Telles is constructing power to be in Tite’s last squad for Qatar. In an interview given this Thursday, the participant spoke about the significance of switch to Sevilleon mortgage from Manchester United.
The transfer is in opposition to different gamers – and even competitor Renan Loddy, who went to Notthinghan Forrest – who have been drawn to the championship, thought-about the best in the world. But Telles is comfy with the decision. He sees his arrival in Spain as basic to taking part in extra video games and being at a excessive degree in November, the month of the World Cup.
– I feel it was a superb technique (to go to Seville) when it comes to an necessary yr for all of us athletes. I declare the Premier League and La Liga two of the largest championships in the world. But I’m additionally in a really massive membership, Sevilla has an excellent construction. I additionally had contact with the coach (Julen Lopetegui), who referred to as me, and I believed it was an excellent alternative. I really feel very properly.
“There was numerous motion there in England, so we have now to discover our area so we will really feel extra comfy on the pitch,” continued Alex Telles.
Alex Telles coaching with the Brazilian team in Havre — Photo: Lucas Figueiredo / CBF
Alex Teles additionally talks about Injury to Guillerme Arana, and despatched forces to the Atlético-MG participant. The winger, who has been referred to as up ceaselessly by Tite, has torn knee ligaments and is not going to be again on the pitch till subsequent yr. In addition, Telles commented on the race with Renan Lodi, in the dispute for a spot in the Selection.
– This second of damage is difficult. I would like to leave a hug right here for Gui. But Renan Lodi already had a vital job with Tite. This is Alex Sandro. Of the 4, I feel they’re all candidates for the Cup. This is a really expert group. Tite may be very constant and respects everybody’s area, I feel for the nationwide team we have now to be ready.
With the change in Tite’s tactical scheme, Alex Telles can have a brand new function, having to function extra inside when the team has the ball. However, the winger mentioned he feels prepared to train that trait and warned of the significance of re-composition in defence.
– I really feel comfy in each instructions, I’ve the attribute to play on the inside, however I like to play on the exterior. Professor Tite is aware of our traits, he can not help however rearrange the row of 4. This is practiced and we see it in apply. I really feel very comfy, he (Tite) talks to me and I’m ready.
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Alex Telles has already featured in seven of Tite’s call-ups (together with 4 this yr), has performed six occasions on the bounce and has seen the alternative to begin on this date in FIFA following Alex Sandro’s suspension.
Tite leads the nationwide team gamers — Photo: Lucas Figueiredo/CBF
Brazil tackle Ghana with: Alisson, Eder Militao, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Alex Telles; Casemiro, Lucas Paqueta and Neymar; Rafinha, Vinnie Junior and Richarlison. With the ball, the team will stand in 3-2-5. In the defensive section, the choice is closed in 4-4-2.
The pleasant match might be broadcast stay by Globo, sportv and ge
Formation of the Brazilian team with a ball — Photo: ge
After dealing with Ghana, Brazil return to motion on Tuesday in opposition to Tunisia at the Parc des Princes in Paris. The Tunisians are in Group D at the World Cup together with France, Australia and Denmark.
Ghana, on the different hand, are in Group H – with Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea – and may face Brazil, who’re a part of Group G. The top-placed groups in every group meet in the spherical of 16.
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Brazil World Cup squad calendar — Photo: Infoesporte