‘My football style is more Spanish so I feel that I'll adapt quickly to the Spanish way’
Largie Ramazani gives his first impressions as a UD Almería player
Largie Ramazani has been in the limelight since he joined his new team-mates in Marbella for the pre-season friendlies. The 19-year-old left-winger is the first signing made in the summer transfer window after learning that Maraš and Fran Villalba remain in the team. The Serbian centre-back is already Rojiblanco and the Valencian attacking midfielder has just extended his loan spell. The young Belgian-Burundian footballer comes from Manchester United and can operate in any attacking position. His main position is left-winger, although he can also play wearing the number 9 shirt because of the way he performs on the pitch.
‘I hope to put in an excellent performance within the team and do my bit to earn promotion to Primera’, stated Ramazani in his first statements made as Rojiblanco contender. He is considered fast and excels at dribbling and one-on-one match situations. He even assures to be a good header despite his height.
Largie Ramazani counts on the strong backing of team-mate Appiah; they happened to meet in England. ‘As far as I know, this is a very special club, with experienced talented players and with team-mates who help you at all times.’
He considers that his adaptation ‘will be quick’ because ‘My football style is more Spanish because while there is more quality here, English football is a more physical competition.’ The head coach, José Gomes, asked him ‘to enjoy playing on the pitch and to be myself.’