Nigerians’ calls for to need to win each match and trophies means teaching the Tremendous Eagles is without doubt one of the hardest jobs on the planet, Tremendous Eagles head coach Austin Eguavoen has acknowledged.
Eguavoen, who doubles because the Nigeria Soccer Federation’s Technical Director, faces a troublesome process qualifying Nigeria for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar when the Eagles face the Black Stars later this month within the remaining qualifiers.
The three-time African champions journey to Ghana for the primary leg of their mouth-watering encounter March 25, earlier than internet hosting their arch-rivals 4 days later on the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja.
In an interview with Elegbete TV, Eguavoen admitted that managing the nationwide workforce is a troublesome job however referred to as on the soccer devoted to assist the workforce.
“It’s very robust. Very robust as a result of we’re people and are very demanding,” Eguavoen instructed Elegbete TV.
“And we’re a soccer nation, which is regular. We don’t need to accept much less. We all the time need to go for one of the best and by so doing, we need to win each trophy out there.
“To be saddled with that accountability I feel is a really robust one. There’ll be critics in every single place, left, proper and centre undoubtedly, however the skill to have the ability to maintain on and shed most issues away and stay centered determines rather a lot.
“We’ll stay centered however our solely enchantment to folks is to not discourage us however all the time encourage and assist us as a result of issues like this, if an individual isn’t robust, it will probably throw him off guard. However I’m centered and I do know I’ve loads of followers on the market, thumbs as much as them. I like everyone and we’ll have a good time collectively after the two-legged video games,” Eguavoen acknowledged.
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