Wednesday, 22 March 2017


Jackson Hopes to Impress as Canada Face Scotland

Jackson Hopes to Impress as Canada Face Scotland

Walsall striker Simeon Jackson, who is currently away on international duty with Canada, has spoken to the press ahead of the Canucks' friendly against Scotland and discussed his desire to impress new Head Coach Octavio Zambrano, who recently replaced interim coach Michael Findlay.
Walsall striker Simeon Jackson, who is currently away on international duty with Canada, has spoken to the press ahead of the Canucks' friendly against Scotland and discussed his desire to impress new Head Coach Octavio Zambrano, who recently replaced interim coach Michael Findlay.

Simeon, who is expected to feature in the match which will take place at Hibernian's Easter Road stadium, said; "It’s a chance to impress, as it always is when there is a new manager, and I have to make sure I make the most of the opportunity.

"Playing against Scotland will be a good event for us and after that the focus will be on the Gold Cup in the summer. We’ll be naming a 23-man squad for that so I have to make sure I play well from now until the end of the season to stay in contention.

"For me it is about goals. It would be great to score against Scotland and then come back to Walsall and get into double figures. There are a few games left and I don’t see why that can’t be done."

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