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I will Take Only 30 Minutes To Cancel Eagles 2 Goals – Drissa

Frustrated chan coach of the Etalons of Burkina Faso, Coach Traore Drissa has proudly said to the Nigerian press that, his side will cancelled the 2 goal the Nigerian Chan Eagles hammered his side at home soil, at Adokiye Amesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt. Drissa made this statement when chatting with journalists after the match.

How he is going to achieve that feat is a question left wagging in the tongues of Nigeria football followers and the likes.

Yes, he might explore different methods or tricks with diplomacy to frustrate the Chan Eagles to actualize his threat at his home country.

Like logging the Eagles in a poorly facilitated hotel, serving the Eagles their meals late for the Eagles not to have a proper training before the match. And providing poor pitch for the Eagles not to play their best, giving the Eagles poor hospitability and pushing girls towards the Eagles as for the Eagles to lose concentration.

He said also, that Nigeria should not forget that he has home support to frustrate the Chan Nigeria Eagles.

Though he said his side lost to Nigeria because his boys lost concentration hence making the game so easy for the Nigerian team.

In reply to Coach Traore Drissa threat and comment, the only foreigner coach assisting Sunday Oliseh, Coach Jean Franco said, Coach Traore Drissa should respect Nigeria concerning his canceling the 2 goals scored by Nigeria, he said.

The coach of the Etalons of Burkina Faso was only expressing his opinion.

However, Coach Salisu Yusuf said the lapses of the Chan Eagles will be corrected before the return leg at Burkina Faso soil.

He also stressed the point that deserving home based players from the Glo Professional Football League will be still invited to join the team, that the door is not closed to others in the league. ###

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