Christian Chukwu confident Super Eagles will be ready for the World Cup

By Nelson Dafe on March 29, 2018

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Despite the Super Eagles uninspiring performance in their 0-2 loss to Serbia in Tuesday's international friendly game played in England,former head coach of the Nigerian senior national team Christian Chukwu is confident that Nigeria will do well at the World Cup in Russia.

The Super Eagles had earlier struggled in their 1-0 win against Poland last week with Victor Moses scoring from a controversial second half penalty.

Chukwu however believes there's no cause for too much concern arguing that the team has what it takes to fly high in Russia.

"I don't think there's need to press the panic button yet. Friendly matches are meant to prepare the team and work on the weaknesses.

"It is good we are noticing some of these things now as there is still enough chance to work on them.

"There is enough quality in the team to do well at the World Cup and I believe we will get it right," Chukwu said.

 

Source Daily Sports

Posted March 29, 2018

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