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Unai emery trust in Kubo and foresees that during this season in the Villarreal meet the objectives. The player on loan from Real Madrid has been increasing his minutes in recent games, thus silencing criticism for the lack of prominence at the start of the campaign. His technician in the Yellow Submarine also stressed that he is happy with his potential and that he is still “has a process“.
“Kubo has a process,” said the Villarreal coach during his speech at The spar. Emery recalled that “they want him to develop it with us” and in the yellow club also “he also has that challenge of growing” which, for the moment, is based on acquiring “experience and debuting in the Europa League”. “I am happy with him, the development is being of growth“Emery confirmed.
The coach has denied having received any internal complaints about Kubo’s lack of minutes. Despite the fact that some discomfort was created in Real Madrid due to Kubo’s absences, Emery has indicated that in the white club “they know that Kubo will play based on the competition he has” at Villarreal, although so far this season ” is playing”. “Everyone here has an individual project and then there is the collective responsibility “, explained the technician.
The former PSG player has acknowledged that Kubo “is contributing, he is taking those steps of gaining experience, making his debut in Europe, expanding his maturity one step further.” And, that constant improvement, “will be what takes him to Madrid“.
Kubo, just like Silva
An example of his confidence is that Emery, if he has to compare Kubo with a star, does it with David Silva. The coach agreed with the current player of the Real society at Valencia and, according to his own experience, both players are very similar. “He has characteristics, with 19 years that he has, with David Silva.” Emery, looking back, has clarified that Silva “came from two assignments in Eibar and Celta“and that, like Kubo, he had to step forward.
The Japanese on loan from Real Madrid “has to polish those characteristics and give him a boost in growth.” The young talent is “a player to play between the lines, very fast in driving” and that “the arrival to the area in the last pass improves“.
The relationship between them, however, is pristine. “I had a conversation with him, when he was in Japan. I asked him that we wanted him to come here to contribute to his growth and he to ours. For our idea of the game Kubo fits.”
So far, Kubo has started all three of Villarreal’s Europa League games, scoring one goal and providing three assists. In The league, despite having a presence in the nine games played, its continuity has been less. Its maximum relevance in a game has been 62 minutes. The domestic competition is, so far this season, the pending account of the Japanese.
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