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Nigeria: The Super Eagles may not qualify

Emmanuel discusses the Nigerian national soccer team, the Super Eagles: “Berti Vogts has finally brought some pride to many a Nigerian coach who has perpetually been looked down upon by the NFA. Ever since I grew up to know what football is, ever since I started watching the super Eagles on TV, this is the first time the Super Eagles may not get through the group stages.”

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  • Timon Oviawe

    Hi guys,

    We like it or not what is happening to the supper eagles of Nigeria is real, that is we have a wrong coach, who can even read a game well. i had for a long time hoped that Votz will perform, but with every match he is porving to Nigerians that he was good as a player and not a coach. NFA should own up to their mistake of hiring Votz. we can only pray and hope that MOTHER luck, smile on us . God bless Nigeria

  • Elias

    When the supper Eagles played with Uganda Cranes and in Abeokuta, i realised we have a problem with the Eagles. Uganda outplayed us and even equalised at the end which goal was cancelled.No wonder the eagles were beaten in kampala 2:1.

    We can have a new start if the NFA gets new and young talent.

    The so-called professionals can not take us anywere. Actaully our place in the tournament belongs to Uganda.

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