FIFA U-20 : Nigerians Should Pray For Us – Bosso

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Flying Eagles head coach Ladan Bosso, has urged Nigerians to pray for the success of the team at the ongoing FIFA U-20 World Cup.

Nigeria will kickstart their FIFA U-20 W’Cup campaign today against Dominican Republic. And a win against Dominican Republic U-20 will no doubt boost the morale of the team.

And the experienced gaffer is optimistic that his team can get maximum three points convincingly. According to him, his boys are in a very high spirit.

Bosso in an interview with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)TV, told supporters that his team are fully prepared for the task ahead.

Bosso’s statement ahead of FIFA U-20 W’Cup kick-off

“As you can see, the spirit is high. And Some unique heads of the federation around us. They have been around since yesterday. They have boost the morale in the camp,” Bosso said.

“All we are looking is to see how we can get our three points convincingly tomorrow(today) against Dominican Republic. And of course, that will send a signal to our suspect opponents.”

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And while reacting to the criticism his team faced during their camp in Abuja, Bosso said it’s a welcome idea.

Many Nigerian fans, have criticised the pattern of play exhibited by the tactician. While some expressed confidence in his players selection, others heavily criticise it as been fraudulent.

And going by his statements during the interview session with NFF, Bosso isn’t petrified by the outburst of Nigeria. And instead of been perturbed, he has asked Nigerians to pray for the success of the team.

“What we saw from our preparations right in Abuja, all the comments are very positive. And I want to urge Nigerians to continue to pray for us. That’s all see needed from them,” he continued.

“For those of them that used to criticise the team. Yeah, it’s a welcome idea. They should continue to criticise us. But the critics should be positive,” he concluded.

Nigeria will exchange tackles with Dominican Republic at the Estadio Malvinas Argentinas. The kick-off time is 7pm Nigeria time.

On Tuesday, Nigeria will entertain Italy, still at the same Estadio Malvinas Argentinas. And then on Saturday, the team will lock horns with perennial rival and five-time world champions Brazil.

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