Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon has said the tactics deployed by Coach Augustine Eguavoen has generally improves the game of the Eagles.
Speaking on Nigeria’s opening match in the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Simon, who said the sacking of Gernot Rohr was a good decision, stressed that his game under Eguavoen has particularly become better.
“With the previous one (Right), I played based on his instructions, and with the current coach, he gives me the freedom to bring what you have in your club. So, I believe that has helped me and my teammates a lot,” he said.
Simon, however, admitted that every coach has his mentality and how he impacts players.
Continuing, he said, “The game against Egypt was one of my best games in the past two years”.
On missing many chances in the game against Egypt, Simon said he wasn’t perfect and was still a work in progress.
“We are working on it with the coach. Of course, we are not perfect.
“The likes of Emmanuel Amuneke and others are legends in the game and we watched them play live on television. So, we learn from them.
“I am not Messi or Ronaldo, everyone makes mistakes and everyone tries to improve.
“We are trying to improve in our game everyday,” he added”.