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Simon Upbeat Ahead Big Ligue 1 Clash, Nantes Vs Lille

Simon Upbeat Ahead Big Ligue 1 Clash, Nantes Vs Lille

Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon has rated his French Ligue 1 side, Nantes’ chances against defending Champions Lille at the Stade de la Beaujoire on Saturday, March 19, 2022.

Nantes were beaten 1-0 by Troyes last weekend with the only goal of the encounter scored by Ike Ugbo – a result that put La Maison Jaune (The Yellow House) in the 7th position in the Ligue 1 table on 42 points from 28 games, one point behind 6th-placed Lille.

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Simon believes the team will need support from their fans, and they will have to give everything to achieve home victory against Lille.

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“Yes of course,we have to do it for ourselves and for the fans. The defeat at Troyes disappointed the team, but it’s something that should serve us for the rest of the season, in order to know what they really want,” Simon told Fcnantes.com.

“Obviously we have to rely on this positive series and this is also possible thanks to the support of our supporters.

“They really bring motivation during each match, we always give the maximum not to disappoint them and we hope take it on Saturday.

“Lille are a very big team in our Championship,they are also the defending champions and we must not forget that.

“They are on a good run, but I think we have also been in a good dynamic in recent weeks.

“We will have to give everything and we will see at the end what will be the result of this match .

“For me, we will have to give everything, play as a team and show a lot of solidarity between us.

“Everyone is ready and concerned by this very big meeting that is coming.”

Simon has scored three goals and recorded seven assists from 23 appearances in Ligue 1 this season.

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  • Nantes is a horrible club who likes their own interest ahead of their players, before afcon if Marseille or Newcastle had brought a bid of 9 million euros they would have gladly accepted but now they are demanding for 20 million, this is the same way they chased Newcastle years ago, last winter Leeds and now Marseille are on the brink of submitting a bid of 9 million euros but they are insisting on 20. Until they lose interest in him just like Villarreal held chukuwueze firm Liverpool Even after submitting a bid of 35 million euros, a year later they are willing to let him go for 20 million. Why have they held him the last year ? He could have been the successor to Salah and he would be allowed to leave for free and samuel to take up the role. Things just doesn’t go right for the Nigerian players hopefully osimhen and Ndidi will change that by going to either real Madrid or Bayern Munich