Success Officially Unveiled At Malaga‎, Eager To Help Club Avoid Relegation

Success Officially Unveiled At Malaga‎, Eager To Help Club Avoid Relegation

Nigerian forward, Isaac Success, was officially unveiled as a Malaga player on Thursday.
The unveiling ceremony which was announced on Malaga’s official website, took place at the club’s home ground, La Rosaleda.
Success was unveiled alongside two other players, Mehdi Lacen of Algeria and Maxime Lestienne from Belgium.
After enduring a frustrating campaign so far this season at Watford, Malaga snapped up Success on loan until the end of the season.
Prior to joining, Malaga who are currently bottom in the Spanish Laliga table, Success did not make a single appearance in the Premier League this season for Watford.
The former Granada player, made his debut for Malaga along with Nigeria teammate, Brown Ideye, in Monday’s 1-0 away league loss to Las Palamas who paraded loanee Nigerian midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo.
Speaking at the unveiling, Success said his target was to get his career back on track and help Malaga escape relegation.
“I feel great and want to support the team to the maximum. Over these first few days, everything’s gone well,” Success told the club’s official website.
“I’m here to make the most of this opportunity. The most important thing is to help the team, and if I do well it’s also good for the team. Everyone wants to remain in the First Division, and if we achieve salvation, it’ll be good for me and all the players.
“Since I arrived, I’ve found a good team. The players are working hard but are unhappy with the situation. Football can be like this, the results aren’t coming, but we need to work together, not get discouraged and try to turn this situation around.
He added: “I experienced a similar situation in Granada. The first thing is to trust, to grow every day as a team, because there’s no rival that we cannot defeat. We need to grow and become stronger, which we’ll achieve with victories. It would help us to believe in what we can achieve.”

COMMENTS

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  • Edoman of New Jersey, USA. 2 weeks

    Isaac, don’t mess up again or no one will hire you next time. The way you messed up in London was a big disgrace to Nigerian soccer fans, Ashewos don’t have shame. Don’t follow them or you find yourself in jail. Enough said.