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Ancelotti: Iwobi’s Confidence High Ahead Man United Clash

Ancelotti: Iwobi’s Confidence High Ahead Man United Clash

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti says Alex Iwobi is playing with total confidence at the moment following a run of impressive displays for the Toffees, reports Completesports.com.

The winger initially struggled to play on a regular basis at the start of the campaign, but has started the Merseysiders last six league games.

Everton will host Manchester United in a Carabao Cup quarter-final match at the Goodison Park on Wednesday.

“Alex Iwobi had his chance for our match at Fulham and since then has stayed in the line-up,” Ancelotti told the club’s official website.

“He can feel the belief of his manager and teammates and his confidence is high.

“This is Alex’s best period in my year at the Club and now there is the opportunity for him to keep getting better.

“Overall, we were satisfied following the matches with Chelsea and Leicester – I hope it is the same after Arsenal – but nothing more.

“The spirit is strong and you can see how the players are working for each other.

“But there is a long way to go in the season and I told them we have to keep fighting and working and improving to compete for the top positions.”

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  • Igbekun Abo 6 months ago

    Why is it that when ex arsenal players score against the gunners, they do what players don’t often do and celebrate? When Iwobi provided an assist against Arsenal the other day, he celebrated the goal with his teammates joyfully. When Theo Walcott scored against Arsenal last week, he also celebrated happily. And who can forget in a hurry the famous Adebayor celebration when he scored for Manchester City. He ran from one part of the field to another to stick 2 fingers up for Arsenal fans. That will tell me that these players felt deeply hurt by how they were treated by Arsenal…. Iwobi, Walcott and Adebayor were sold when each felt they still had something to offer. Arsenal should learn to treat players well.