The national coach of the Senegalese team under 20 was asked to speak about Noah Fadiga, one of the brand new players who arrived in the first team of the Lions of Teranga. For the Senegalese technician, the Brestois must be himself and work without worrying about comparisons with his father.
For his list against Bolivia and Iran as part of the friendly preparation matches, Aliou Cissé had summoned Noah Fadiga. But injured, the Brest player ultimately did not honor his first selection. However, Malick Daf thinks he is a very talented youngster. For the Senegalese technician, the right side of Stade Brestois must assert himself and must in no way allow himself to be compared to his father who was a legend of Senegalese football.
“I saw in Noah Fadiga a player full of quality and personality, during his match against PSG. I advise him to live his life and write his own story, which is not that of his father, who made the heyday of the national team. He must disregard anything that can lead people to make the comparison, he must be himself. Noah Fadiga has the advantage of playing in a different position than his father. The comparison would be risky,” Malick Daf told APS.
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