–Super Eagles halt manager praises West Brom striker’s idea form
Super Eagles substitute coach,Daniel Amokachi says he is not astounded Nigeria striker, Brown Ideye has rediscovered his scoring form for his English Premier League side, West Bromwich Albion.
Ideye was a summer buy by a EPL side though it took a 2013 AFCON leader time to settle to new life in a Barclays Premier League.
Ideye has now scored 3 EPL goals for West Brom and 20 goals in all competitions.
Amokachi, who won a English FA Cup with Everton during his personification career, pronounced he knew Ideye would come by eventually, explaining that it was always going to be formidable to adjust to a English game.
“I always knew he would come by eventually,” Amokachi said.
“Playing in a English joining is formidable since of a character there. There’s too many gait and physicality that we have to adjust to and many players tend to onslaught during a beginning”, he added.
Amokachi who is called ‘The Bull’ by his fans during his personification days removed that Ideye’s initial conditions during West Brom was no disproportion as what he gifted when he arrived during Everton.
“Yes, we remember when we came to Everton, it was also formidable for me since we suspicion we was tough and quick though we beheld things were totally opposite from my thinking.
“You know they call me ‘The Bull’, so we suspicion my physicality was adequate to see me through, though that was not to be. It’s like one had to go by a mills.
“So for Ideye, we knew he was going to onslaught to adjust during a early theatre buy for certain we knew he was going to measure and that when he starts scoring, he would be unstoppable.
“I am happy that he is doing it for his bar now,” Amokachi added.