Tuesday, November 20, 2012


Super eagles of Nigeria midfielder Nosa Igiebor has criticised the tactics of his La Liga club, Real Betis.

Igiebor, who last week scored a wonder goal for the Super Eagles in a friendly against Venezuela but was left out of Sevilla derby by Betis admitted that his confidence has been affected 

The former Hapoel Tel Aviv star has also said he has also struggled with the Spanish language and so has yet to settle down at the club since his transfer from Israel in the summer.
“One or two players speak English in the dressing room. I’m not particularly smart with languages. After three years in Norway, I could not speak the language,” he admitted.

“But I hope that everything goes much better here in that sense.”

The highly rated 22-year-old star said he would need more playing time and the backing of the fans to make a success of his move to the La Liga.

“The fans need to be patient with me. It will take time for me to regain my confidence as I need more playing time,” he said.

“I have made progress in my last two games and if I figure more in the plans of the coach, it would improve my confidence.”

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