Southampton full-back Tino Liframento believes Armando Broya will improve his performance and become a more important player for the team.
both star players Stepping up from Chelsea’s youth team, this season Liframento moved to Saints on a permanent contract, while Broya was released to collect experience on loan,
both helping to shoot. One goal apiece in Southampton’s 2-2 draw at home to Burnley, with Liframento referring to the Albanian international’s continuous shot after lapping against Lee. DS in the last match But there was an injury and was substituted in this game.
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“He can still do a lot more. He’s a nice guy and everyone is behind him in the dressing room.
“You can notice that he’s becoming more and more confident as the week goes on. Now I’m looking forward to seeing him continue and develop in this way.”
Liframento also spoke about the first Premier League goal he scored.
“It’s very difficult to take everything in. I am still a young child and experience this for the first time But it’s a dream come true.”