“It is going to be tough” – Former Tremendous Eagles coach suspects Nigeria will battle towards South Africa with out Osimhen

“It is going to be tough” – Former Tremendous Eagles coach suspects Nigeria will battle towards South Africa with out Osimhen

Former Tremendous Eagles coach and striker, Samson Siasia has recommended that the Nigerian Soccer staff may need it tough towards South Africa when each side conflict on Friday, Soccernet.ng stories.

The previous Al-Hilal striker managed the Nigerian youth staff twice earlier than a short stint with the senior staff in 2016.

Nigeria have earned two factors from their first two World Cup qualifying fixtures and are in want of all of the factors they’ll get once they play towards South Africa and Benin Republic within the coming days.

The Tremendous Eagles will probably be with out key gamers like Victor Osimhen, Kenneth Omeruo and William Troost-Ekong throughout their upcoming qualifiers, and the 1994 AFCON winner revealed it would lead the staff to some type of imbalance.

“It is going to be tough for the Tremendous Eagles as they are going to be and not using a key participant (Osimhen), and whereas South Africa will probably be coming with the identical coach and gamers, we’ve a brand new coach,” Siasia stated in quotes revealed by SCORENigeria.

Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s Victor Boniface is broadly tipped to step in to switch the 2023 CAF Participant of The 12 months, whereas the addition of Samuel Chukwueze and Ademola Lookman is a lift for Finidi George.

The Tremendous Eagles of Nigeria will lock horns towards the Bafana Bafana of South Africa on the Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Uyo, with kick-off time slated for 8 pm.

The Tremendous Eagles will journey to Ivory Coast three days later to play towards Gernot Rohr’s Benin Republic.

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