Nigeria vs Tunisia: 'We don't want to go home' - Eguavoen speaks on players, tactics

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Nigeria vs Tunisia: ‘We don’t want to go home’ – Eguavoen speaks on players, tactics

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Nigeria vs Tunisia: ‘We don’t want to go home’ – Eguavoen speaks on players, tactics

Super Eagles handler, Augustine Eguavoen has said that the teams training on Friday and Saturday would determine whether or not he would use the same

Eguavoen said the Super Eagles will approach the game against Tunisia at Stade Roumde Adjia with ‘everything’, adding that they do not want to leave the competition at this stage.Nigeria qualified from the Group D of the tournament with maximum points, beating Egypt, Sudan and Guinea Bissau comfortably while their Sunday opponents Tunisia, came in as one of the best losers.

“This is the knockout stage, and you have to deploy every tactic to win. If you fail, you go home. We are not ready to go home now, so we have to win,” Eguavoen told The Guardian.Eguavoen, who led the Super Eagles to the semifinal at the Egypt 2006 edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, said players are fully aware of the tricky nature of the task ahead.

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starting XI that defeated Egypt and Sudan in their first two group games or some of the players he featured against Guinea Bissau.John Owen Nwachukwu Super Eagles star, Alex Iwobi has told the team coach, Austin Eguavoen his preferred position.Best Scorer: Vincent Abubakar (Cameroon) Best Young Player: Ilaix Moriba (Guinea) Best Goalkeeper: Mohamed Elshennawy (Egypt) Former Eagles’ captain Eguavoen featured for the Nigeria senior team for 11 years, between 1987 and 1998, during which he lifted the Africa Cup of Nations in 1994, held aloft the Afro-Asian Cup the following year, played in three AFCON finals (it could have been six but he missed the 1990 finals in Algeria; Nigeria withdrew from the 1996 finals and; was barred from the 1998 competition) and featured at the 1994 and 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.Published 21 January 2022 Nigeria’s manager Augustine Eguavoen says he countenances a tough duel between his Super Eagles and the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia in Sunday’s Africa Cup of Nations Round of 16 encounter in Garoua.

Eguavoen said the Super Eagles will approach the game against Tunisia at Stade Roumde Adjia with ‘everything’, adding that they do not want to leave the competition at this stage. Nigeria qualified from the Group D of the tournament with maximum points, beating Egypt, Sudan and Guinea Bissau comfortably while their Sunday opponents Tunisia, came in as one of the best losers. Iwobi assumed the role of the playmaker when Iheanacho, who had been playing the role of the No. “This is the knockout stage, and you have to deploy every tactic to win. He is one of only 15 indigenous coaches to have taken charge of the Senior Men National Team of Nigeria, and also one of the 15 African coaches at these finals in Cameroon. If you fail, you go home. Super Eagles legend, Austin Jay Jay Okocha, had after the game against Guinea-Bissau, criticized Eguavoen for not fixing Iwobi and Iheanacho in their right positions. We are not ready to go home now, so we have to win,” Eguavoen told The Guardian. “We have watched some of their games and from what we know of them in the distant past and in lucid memory, they are never a team to take for granted.

Eguavoen, who led the Super Eagles to the semifinal at the Egypt 2006 edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, said players are fully aware of the tricky nature of the task ahead.10. Copyright PUNCH. “We are ready for the task against Tunisia, from the players to the technical crew. We are all aware that an opportunity like this hardly comes.” “Of course, it is an honour to represent my country and to get maximum points, so I’m happy with the performances but we still have a long way to go. When you have it, you take it. Contact:. That is our gospel in this tournament,” he said. The Super Eagles’ next game in the tournament is against Tunisia in the round of 16. It was a sweet victory,” Eguavoen told NFFTV.

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