• Home
  • Sports
  • 2017 AFCON: Eagles’ Performance Will Determine Qualification

2017 AFCON: Eagles’ Performance Will Determine Qualification

As the draws of Gabom 2017 was released to the soccer public, Super Eagles are drawn alongside Tanzania, Chad and Egypt. While Nigerian soccer pundits straugled to ascertain the possibility of the Super Eagles qualifying in that group, the chairman of Crystal Stars Allstars Football Club of Port Harcourt, Engr. Mieye Pricely Senibo has opined that, the Super Eagles qualification from the group ahead of Egypt will be determined by their performance.

The outspoken charismatic chairman of Crystal Stars Allstars Football Club, also said, Egypt is not better than the Eagles for now as they do not have a solid team that will threatened the Super Eagles qualification, saying that the Super Eagles for now are better than the Egyptians courtesy of the individual talent brilliance of the Super Eagles Stars.

“Nigeria can come together with skillful individual players to represent the country as they did in the 2013 African cup that it won.

Though, they have a better functional domestic league home front, but this for now has not given them a functional national team.

The Super Eagles have been without a substantial coach for sometime even as Keshi is expected to sign a fresh contract to tutor the Eagles for the 2017 Nations cup qualifiers competition Tuesday as of the time of filing in this report.

He said, when the Super Eagles won the 2013 AFCON trophy, there was no formidable team, yet by grace, the Super Eagles managed to win the trophy with individual brilliance.

He optimistically said that if the winning comes too Nigerians will be happy, just as they did when the AFCON 2013 was won by the Super Eagles.

He confidentially said, Nigeria’s qualification will be decided by the luck and individual brilliance if they players will keep their heads down.   ###

Related posts

Eagles Seek Creative Attacking Midfielder


2015 Nations Cup: Why Nigeria Can Not Host


Sports Institute Isaka Needs RSG Attention