1. Rohr: Eagles Won’t Miss Ndidi Vs Bafana Bafana
Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi will not be hugely missed when Nigeria take on South Africa in the next match against Bafana Bafana of South Africa in the the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Johannesburg, according to Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
Ndidi got his second yellow card of the campaign Tuesday night in Sfax, where the Eagles defeated Libya 3-2 to go top of the Group E log, and that automatically disqualifies him for the next game against South Africa.
2. Why Leicester City’s Iheanacho Was Snubbed By Rohr In AFCON Qualifiers Vs Libya
3. Mathematically we are yet not in AFCON – Gernot Rohr.
It was a tough game, the Libyan players had a good fighting spirit, the didn’t want to lose, having lost 4-0 to the super eagles in Nigeria , the Mediterranean knights were all out to take pound of revenge from the super eagles.
When we conceded the second goal, i was thinking in a tactical direction what can be done to level up our score in terms of making the right changes, which we brought in John Ogu .
4. Ahmed Musa: Super Eagles’ serial killer
The former VVV Venlo forward made telling contributions for the Nigerian senior national side in the games against Libya on Saturday and Tuesday respectively, reports Footballlive.ng’s Ademetan Abayomi.
Playing as a left forward in a 4-3-3 formation, he is always available on the counter-attack and if not, he’s the man starting it. When he finds his rhythm and verve on the left flank, few defenders can bare him with his quick feet, burly upper body strength and lightening quick pace.
5. Governor Obiano drums support for Rangers
This much was revealed by the Special Assistant to the governor on Political matters, Honorable Chika Nzelu, in a chat in Enugu, Tuesday.
Nzelu, the two-time national chairman of Rangers International Supporters club said that the club was not just a football club but a way of life and religion for the Ibo extraction in the country.