AFCON 2021: I am not excited by TSG recognition - Ndidi

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AFCON 2021: I am not excited by TSG recognition - Ndidi

AFCON 2021: I am not excited by TSG recognition - Ndidi ⬇️

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AFCON 2021: I am not excited by TSG recognition - Ndidi ⬇️

Super Eagles ’ midfielder Wilfred Ndidi on Saturday said he was not excited by the recognition accorded him by the Technical Study Group

Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi on Saturday said he was not excited by the recognition accorded him by the Technical Study Group (TSG) at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroon.The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ndidi was among another list of the Super Eagles players who made it to the list of Best Players of the Group Stage at the 2021 AFCON.

Super Eagles’ wing forward Moses Simon also made the list following his superlative performances for his team.The competition’s Technical Study Group (TSG), while releasing their Best of the Group Stage on Saturday, picked the Nigerian for the left forward position in the Best Eleven.

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(TSG) at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi on Saturday said he was not excited by the recognition accorded him by the Technical Study Group (TSG) at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroon.John Owen Nwachukwu Super Eagles defensive midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi has stated the difference between Gernot Rohr and Austine Eguavoen’s teams.Here is the full transcript from the pre-match conference… Eguavoen on Nigeria finishing top of their group Thank you very much, it’s good to top the group with nine points and then the round of 16, everyone knows what it means, everybody knows in this hall what it means, the players know what it means, the entire world knows what it means.Don Silas Nigerian midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, has revealed one major advantage the Super Eagles have over Tunisia ahead of both teams’ 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, Round of 16 tie on Sunday night.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ndidi was among another list of the Super Eagles players who made it to the list of Best Players of the Group Stage at the 2021 AFCON. Super Eagles’ wing forward Moses Simon also made the list following his superlative performances for his team. After overcoming Egypt, Sudan and Guinea Bissau in the Group D of the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, Eguavoen’s side will look to continue their impressive run. The competition’s Technical Study Group (TSG), while releasing their Best of the Group Stage on Saturday, picked the Nigerian for the left forward position in the Best Eleven. Ndidi on team’s performance ahead of next stage Of course, this is the reason we are here to compete and try to do as much as we can to win games. Nigeria’s midfielder Wilfred Ndidi looks on during a press conference in Garoua, January 22, 2022, on the eve of the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) football match between Nigeria and Tunisia. “We are here to compete and win games. (Photo by Daniel Beloumou Olomo / AFP) He was picked ahead of Egypt’s Mohamed Salah and Senegal’s Sadio Mane who could only make it to the substitutes bench on the list.” He added, “There are no preferred players in the team.

NAN also reports that Simon’s teammate and captain, William Troost-Ekong, also made the list, being named for the right side of the centre-back positions. “It’s going to be the same approach and mentality. Ndidi about his personal ambition in Cameroon For me, the recognition you’re talking about, I don’t really pay attention to these things. Coach Austine Eguavoen was also recognised for his team’s performance of winning all their three games so far by being named the Best Coach of the group stage which ended on Thursday. Nigeria’s midfielder Wilfred Ndidi gestures during a press conference in Garoua, January 22, 2022, on the eve of the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) football match between Nigeria and Tunisia. “It’s the same team, but different philosophy. (Photo by Daniel Beloumou Olomo / AFP) On the recognition by the TSG, Ndidi said he wasn’t really excited about the accolade, adding that he was more focused on the game and helping the team achieve the desired goals. Our current manager just made us understand everything simple and the basic and just believe in ourselves and also give us the push actually to express ourselves but in as much as you’ve got the freedom you have to play for the team that’s the difference between the 2019 and this team. “I don’t really bother about these things. “The coach gives us the push and freedom to express ourselves.

“I just want to play football, enjoy the game, improve myself and try to help the team. Also speaking on the difference between the 2019 team and the current team, Ndidi noted that though the team was still the same, however, the mentality and style had changed.” Related Topics:. He’s an integral part of the team and we’ve confidence in him. “It is the same team, but different philosophy. It’s just the fact that our current manager (Augustine Eguavoen) made us understand and made everything simple and basic. “To just believe in ourselves and also gave us the push and the freedom to express ourselves. That’s an instinct that’s normal but this is a team.

But in as much as we have that freedom, we have to also play for the team. “So, that’s the difference between 2019 and this team,” he said. Nigeria will file out with three wins in three from their group phase campaign in a win-or-burst AFCON round of 16 encounters against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia at the Stade Roumdé Adjia in Garoua, Cameroon. Eguavoen on having selection headaches ahead of the knockout game against Tunisia We made a lot of changes in the last game because we wanted to give everyone an opportunity to play and when the time comes to substitute we won’t think twice. In this article .