Aubameyang: How my Father helped me Adapt quickly at Arsenal

Arsenal winter signing, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been impressive since joining up in January with brilliant performances he has been displaying in the Premier League. For this Aubameyang special we had a quick chat with Matthew Jackson, editor for, to get some inside information.

Aubameyang took to the club official website to his claims about how his past experiences in Europe has helped him adapt quickly to life with the Gunners.

The Gabonese forward has resumed his excellent form for the Gunners as he has so far bagged five goals in six Premier League games, with a brace against Stoke City last weekend, which sees him the first player to do so in an Arsenal shirt.

The Gabon International claims he has been able to adapt to a new environment like England, thanks to the lifestyle he lived when his Father was still going around in his football career.

The 28-year-old forward told the club website via Goal: “I’ve travelled throughout my life because my father was a footballer,

“I’ve experienced many different cultures and languages, so that was a very good experience for me, to be able to move around quite frequently.

“The advice I’d give my youngster self is to always believe in what you’re doing. You need to give yourself the chance to succeed.

“That doesn’t come from anyone else, you need to give yourself a chance and to fight for your objectives.

“I’ve fought hard – it’s never been easy for me. I always kept on believing too and this is where it’s taken me today.”

Despite leaving Dortmund in January in January, Aubameyang is still the second top scorer in the Bundesliga with 13 goals and 3 assists in the League, the Gunners fans will be expecting him to continue his fine form in the Premier League. Several Premier League predictions already expected Aubameyang to impress in his first Premier League season.

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