Simon Mourns Over 2014 World Cup Miss

Following his missing out at the Brazil  2014 world cup at the death hour. Moses Simeon has lamented that he’s not going to forget in a long while having worked with the team from the beginning to end, only to get the injury that denied him a place at the world cup.

In his chat with, the fast winger spoke on how it took him time to adapt to Spanish culture after signing for Levant’s, his joy playing against world best in  LA liga, while hoping for the best in AFCON.

“I take any opportunity that comes my way seriously, whenever am playing for super Eagles, no matter how small, provided the coach still believe in me.

So you could imagine my disappointment missing out at the world cup in the very last minute. I can never forget, I was very said. I worked with the team from the beginning to the end. It was a sad moment for my family. And I said okay everything works together for good to those who believe in God. With the help of my partner I overcame and began to get over it. She played a huge role.

“That is why I want to work hard help myself in areas that am lacking to make the twenty three man list going to the nations cup, which I believe our target is to win the trophy,  but we have to work hard, make everything possible to contribute to the success.

On playing for Levante, the skillful winger stated that it took him time to start playing because he has to adapt to the culture and tradition of the place.

“Everything is going on well despite my slow start due to some issues. I have to learn their tradition, language,tactical and formation adapt with the people over here. I started classes for Spanish and I am picking up.

My target for Levant’s is to be at the mid table of the league before it comes to an end.

Playing against the likes of Ronaldo before he left and Messi is a thing of joy. I thank God for such opportunity playing against the world best and stars in La Liga. La liga been one of the best in the world, I believe I will learn alot from them before I leave.

Equally playing against Messi is something else, he is a classic player, watching him play and now playing against him in same league is a dream come true. He concluded

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