Interview 26 March 2021, 12:10

Caio Henrique speaks with Brazilian media on ClubHouse

Caio Henrique speaks with Brazilian media on ClubHouse
On Thursday, AS Monaco left back Caio Henrique participated in a virtual press conference on a new and innovative format on the new social network ClubHouse.

AS Monaco and Caio Henrique “went” to Brazil on Thursday for a new kind of press conference on the application ClubHouse, a social network based on conversations which can be followed live, and which has been very successful since its launch a year ago. This event on ClubHouse, a first for a Ligue 1 Uber Eats club and a first also in Brazil, is evidence of the attention paid by the Principality club to new modes of communication in order to facilitate conversations and get closer to its supporters.

“A new experience”

For nearly an hour, the Brazilian U-23 international from AS Monaco, currently playing his first season in Ligue 1 Uber Eats (25 matches, 3 assists), answered questions from journalists from several Brazilian media outlets (Globoesporte , Espn, Doentes por football…) during an original conversation which was also available to the general public.

"I am very happy to have participated in this event," concluded Caio Henrique at the end of the conversation. It's a new, interesting and creative experience to be able to interact with journalists from my country in a different way. "
Caio HenriqueDefender, AS Monaco


During this discussion, moderated by the local journalist Glauco Diogenes, the Rouge et Blancs‘ number 12 who came through with Santos and also played for Fluminense, looked back on his experience in Monaco to date. “I am very happy here in Monaco,” he explained. “I am fortunate to be working under Niko Kovac, a coach with a lot of high level experience. He brings intensity to our training sessions, and that shows in our matches. With him, we all about progress. We are having a great season. Our goal is to qualify for European competition — it would be wonderful. There are a lot of matches left to play before the end of the season, including a big match against Lyon, and I hope we will continue with the momentum we’ve shown in 2021.”


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