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Eagles should capitalise on Algeria, Cameroun result as Group B leader, says Mutiu Adepoju

By Alex Monye   |   11 October 2016   |   3:31 am
Mutiu Adepoju

Mutiu Adepoju

Former Super Eagles player, Mutiu Adepoju, has urged the Super Eagles to concentrate on winning their remaining matches of the 2018 World Cup qualifier, saying that the 1-1 score line between Algeria and Cameroun is good enough to spur the team battle the two sides with out fear.

Adepoju who is also a member of the NFF Technical Committee, stated that the victory against Zambia, is a clear reflection that the Super Eagles are gradually regaining their strength in Africa football.

He how urged the players to keep fighting hard in their quest to get the Russia 2018 World Cup ticket, saying that the spirit of commitment displayed by the Super Eagles in Ndola, should be replicated in other group games.

The former Racing Satander of Spain player, also implored the NFF to give the team the needed assistance to get a good result against Algeria, adding that the Eagles technical crew needs to work on some key departments in the team to achieve favorable result home and away.

According to him, ‘’Eagles getting victory against Zambia in the World Cup qualifier opening game is good enough to put the team on the right track. For them to maintain the lead in their group, Eagles must focus on winning every game. This can be only achieved if the right players are used in subsequent matches. The Eagles result against Zambia has bring back confident in the team’’ .

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