Wenger tips Eagles to do well in Russia

By Daily Sports on October 13, 2017

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Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has tipped the Super Eagles of Nigeria to do well in the Russia 2018 World Cup.

Wenger who made his feelings known in a social media post in the club’s officials page added that Nigeria will do well at the tournament.

“Good morning congratulations to all our fans in Nigeria – I know that you are very, very many  and we are very proud that you have qualified for the World Cup. On top of that of course, our player scored the goal for you and that makes us even prouder”, he said.

“Well done and see you at the World Cup and I’m sure you will have a great, great trip there “, he said in the 24 seconds video post.

Meanwhile Wenger said it was sad Alexi Sanchez failed to make the World Cup with Chile.

“I watched the whole game to see how difficult it was and he got some special treatment in this game. It was very physical. I believe the World Cup is a stimulant, but when you don’t have it you focus on your club and what you can achieve,” he concluded.

•Photo shows Arsene Wenger.

Source Daily Sports

Posted October 13, 2017

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