Yorkshire news Yaya Sanogo in his own words on injuries, Arsenal, Pogba and dealing with hype PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Yaya Sanogo could be on his way to Huddersfield Town as a free agent with a deal for the striker believed to be in the works.

Yorkshire news Yaya Sanogo in his own words on injuries, Arsenal, Pogba and dealing with hype PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Yaya Sanogo could be on his way to Huddersfield Town as a free agent with a deal for the striker believed to be in the works.

Yorkshire news  Yaya Sanogo in his own words on injuries, Arsenal, Pogba and dealing with hype PremierLeague-News.Com
22 February 2021 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Yaya Sanogo could be on his way to Huddersfield Town as a free agent with a deal for the striker believed to be in the works. The 28-year-old forward has had ups and downs in his career: from being one of the most hotly-tipped youngsters in a golden generation of French players; suffering a serious injury that kept him out for 18 months as a teenager; joining Arsenal; having difficult loan spells with Crystal Palace, Ajax and Charlton; and three years playing back in France with Toulouse, whom he left last summer. Drawn from interviews with France Football and Arsenal’s official website, here’s Yaya Sanogo in his own words. On his ambitions as a kid and overcoming injury issues as a highly-rated teenager I come from far away, from Les Ulis [a suburb of Paris]. I know what I've been through. I wanted to do my job as well as possible. Get onto the field, help my team win. I had no limits. I had no ultimate or particular dream. It was basically: ‘Play, have fun and if you're good, everything will come’. … When I got injured I still felt [the expectation] a bit, but the injury was longer than expected. Above all, we had to wonder how I was going to come back. I didn't know anyone who had had this injury before. The water was rising, but I didn't know how to get out of this s---, this hurt. I said to myself: "Work, work, work", just to get back to the top level. I heard the hype [about me], but without paying too much attention. The most important thing was health. In the end, it lasted eight to nine months. I was in rehabilitation with Hatem Ben Arfa in Clairefontaine. There, the medical staff were top notch. I saw the youth selections, I stayed in the frame and that allowed me to be positive. On winning the U20 World Cup with France We won't forget it because we were a bunch of friends. A real bunch of friends. In training, it was high level. We took pleasure in being together and in the field. It showed in our performances. Each had their club status, but no one wanted to show off more than the other. We were happy to play together. It was long. To get to the final, it lasted a month and a half. But we did not feel the time pass.

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. We see each other less, we have grown older, everyone is starting to make their own life, but I have links with Paul Pogba, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Kurt Zouma…that’s not going away. It forged something. Yorkshire Football App - Town Yorkshire Live has launched a new dedicated football app to bring you the one stop shop for all Huddersfield Town news. Football Yorkshire brings you the latest transfer developments, live match coverage, injury updates and all the daily news from the John Smith's Stadium. You can customise the app to your own preferences and stay across everything you need to know, while joining the debate with Town fans in our comments section. Download the app by clicking here On Arsene Wenger and wanting to play in England I have so much respect for him. I will never forget the first time we met. It was last season in Paris. He told me that he wanted me to come here [to Arsenal] and that I would have the opportunity to play and show what I could do. It convinced me straight away and despite interest from a few other clubs, I only wanted to come here. … When I was younger at the Auxerre academy, I watched the Premier League all the time. I loved the style of football, the atmosphere, the intensity, the goals and the pace. I loved everything about England and I used to tell myself: I need to work hard to one day maybe get the chance to play in the Premier League and especially at Arsenal. … I had the game to play here. I didn’t really think much about it to be fair. I just wanted to work hard to one day have the possibility of coming here. More than knowing if my game suited English football, I simply had to be good enough in the first place anyway! Huddersfield Town latest Five conclusions on Town 4-1 Swansea Town face new challenge after win Player ratings from brilliant victory Terriers fans go wild for Holmes goal On his time at Toulouse and putting injury problems behind him I knew the club that I was joining. I needed to play, I wanted to enjoy myself playing again. I had less fitness issues. I must have played 70 matches, with 17 or 18 goals [it was 16]. My stats aren’t amazing, but I was able to show with my body that I am capable, I can play. I wanted to reassure myself of that. I left for abroad when I was very young and I came to Toulouse to renew myself. I have got off on the right foot. Over the three seasons, Max Gradel must have been top scorer, but I would have been second, having played a lot less matches. My record is not disgustingly bad. …As soon as you do a few matches, train and regain confidence, the pleasure naturally comes back. It gave me a lot of air, more peace. I became a little more serene. When you are held back very young by big injuries, you doubt yourself.

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