Why we drew Burkina Faso in WAFU B U-17 opener – Golden Eaglet boss Manu Garba explains

Why we drew Burkina Faso in WAFU B U-17 opener – Golden Eaglet boss Manu Garba explains

Golden Eaglets coach Manu Garba has blamed insufficient preparation for his or her goalless draw towards Burkina Faso of their first sport of the 2024 WAFU Zone B Championship, Soccernet.ng studies.

Nigeria performed their opening sport of the WAFU Zone B fixture towards Burkina Faso on the College of Ghana Stadium on Thursday.

Due to the type of expertise that Nigeria all the time produces, Nigeria had been anticipated to beat Burkina Faso and start their protection of the competitors on notice.

Nonetheless, the Golden Eaglets failed to take action. The gamers evidently had the expertise, however they lacked chemistry particularly within the ultimate third. Ultimately, they needed to accept a goalless draw.

After the sport, coach Garba expressed disappointment over the outcome, however he feels that if the group had ready higher, they might have gotten one thing from the sport.

Recall that the Golden Eaglets performed about ten pleasant video games towards totally different academies in Nigeria earlier than the match. Nonetheless, Garba believes that they had been at an obstacle as a result of the group was not uncovered to enjoying groups overseas.

“Although we got here out to get the three most factors, however like I mentioned earlier, that is the primary worldwide match for these younger lads,” Garba said.

“Groups like Ghana and Burkina Faso have gone out for European tour. However for us, it was simply our first worldwide sport. So, I’m comfortable that the group will get higher because the competitors progresses.”

Subsequent up for the Golden Eaglets is a sport towards Niger Republic on Sunday. And they are going to be trying to bounce again and get their Championship goals again on observe.

Kelvin Omachonu

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