West Ham United forward Sebastien Haller says he has no blame on anyone after making his debut for Ivory Coast last week Thursday in an AFCON Qualifiers against Madagascar.
The West Ham United forward who was on target for Ivory Coast was inspiring as he helped Ivory Coast gather three points in an AFCON 2021 qualifiers against Southern African country.
Haller, who represented France at a various age-grade level decided to switch to his African roots at senior level.
Speaking to France Football as cited by Goal.com, Haller says there’s no blame on anyone since he decided to join Ivory Coast after the Ivorian manager convinced him to join the West African country.
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“Everyone makes their choices as they see fit. Everyone makes their way about themselves. You can’t blame something that didn’t happen. If it didn’t happen, it must have been like this.
“I try to avoid looking back or trying to regret things that might have happened. Today, you have to move forward, look ahead, take the opportunities, focus on them and be positive.”
Ivory Coast who had been a major powerhouse in African football used to have what was called the “Golden Generation” having players like Drogba, Yaya Toure, Kolo Toure and Gervinho.
The English Premier League danger man also disclosed he had no regrets or whatsoever choosing Ivory Coast over the French national football team.