Bosso : We’re Ready, And It’s Important To Beat Senegal And Make Nigerians Proud

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Flying Eagles head coach Isah Ladan Bosso remains upbeat that he has enough arsenals to reach the semi-final at the ongoing All African Games in Ghana; reports.

Bosso made this known during a pre-match press conference in Accra before the make-or-mar fixture.

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Both Nigeria and Senegal are on the same three points going into tonight’s encounter. And that simply means that a win for any of the two teams will see the winner qualify for the semi finals.

Recall, the Flying Eagles lost its opening game against the Hippos of Uganda(which have now booked a place in the semi-final). But quickly bounced back with a narrow win against Uganda in its next fixture.

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What Bosso said ahead of Senegal U-20 fixture

According to Bosso, Senegal which are the reigning African champions(AFCON) are beatable. And he has no doubt that his boys are equal to the task and can execute the tournament.

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“Senegal are beatable and I have no doubt about that. Like I said earlier, the more time we spend together, the better the team will get.

“We will continue to work towards building a team that everyone will be proud of against Senegal” Bosso was quoted by The Nation Nigeria.

The experienced tactician also admitted that the hard fought 1-0 win his team secured against South Sudan earlier this week acted like a motivating factor ahead of tonight’s blockbuster against Senegal.

“The three points we got against South Sudan was like a motivating factor because we would have been bundled out of the tournament if we had lost that game” he added.

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Nigeria is seeking its first ever gold at the African games in over o two decades.

Meanwhile, the defending champions in the female category, the Falconets have already booked a place in the semi-finals after beating Morocco and Senegal.

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