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Rangel: 'More To Come'

Robreto Martinez insisted that Rangel was hungry to be successful at Swansea City when he signed in June; so far the Spaniard has not disappointed.

Rangel has produced strong performances at RB since his free transfer from Segunda B side Terrassa. His passing ability , strong no nonesense defending and Attacking flair have made him and instant fans favourite.

In the pre season phase he showed an understanding with Leon Britton on the Right flank and his interplay and vision have been able to tear appart defences and open up the channels.

This understanding has carried into the leauge campaign and has started to reap its rewards.

The Former Sant Andreu man has adapted well to the British game and has stated he will improve his game even further.

Rangel
Told The Evening Post:

'I feel I am making a big commitment to the team and I think I have adapted well.'

The game here is very physical and you can't rest, but I feel I am becoming a better player because of the physical aspect.

But there are things I feel I must improve on in defence. I think I need to get better at one-on-one situations.'


Rangel has also offered some insights onto how he copes with the language barrier.

He Told
The Evening Post:

'It is good that I can speak to the manager in Spanish because sometimes I need him to explain to me things that I can only understand in Spanish.'

I speak to Guillem as well in Spanish but on the football pitch we speak only English.'

That is a good way for me to understand everyone and pick up the language.''



Rangel will be hoping for another good performance against Doncaster Rovers at the Liberty Stadium today.




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Date:Saturday September 1 2007

Time: 10:27AM

 

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